Chenault Inducted into KU Women’s Hall of Fame

Haskell President, Dr. Venida Chenault was inducted into the University of Kansas Women’s Hall of Fame on Wednesday, April 13th at the Annual Women’s Recognition and Awards Banquet hosted by the Emily Taylor Center for Women and Gender Equality. “I’m honored to be recognized and to join other KU women of distinction who have made significant Read More …

Indigenous Peoples Day back on City agenda

City officials will consider adopting Resolution No. 7154 to establish “Indigenous Peoples Day as an annually recurring event,” according to the April 19th City Commission Meeting agenda. Organizers of the Indigenous Peoples Day proclamation passed in October 2015 noticed at the time that the proclamation did not reflect their original request to recognize the day in Read More …

Scabies Watch

Scabies is a very contagious itchy skin condition that is caused from mites burrowing into the human skin. According to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website,“The microscopic scabies mite burrows into the upper layer of the skin where it lives and lays its eggs.” Scabies can be easily spread through contact it Read More …

2016 Kansas City Zoo Trip Photo Gallery

On Saturday April 9th, Haskell Student Activities & Recreation Department hosted a student field trip to the Kansas City Zoo on Saturday, April 9th. Many students attended and had an amazing experience. The trip came at a perfect time to relieve student stress due to the last weeks of the semester winding down and finishing final projects. It was Read More …

The Passing of the Crown

For Haskell Indian Nations University, Haskell Brave and Miss Haskell has been a celebrated tradition for decades. Students serving in the positions take on the task of representing Haskell for recruitment, fundraising, and advocating for Haskell. This week, a few students have been campaigning to become the next Miss Haskell and Haskell Brave. Current Haskell Royalty, Read More …

Students pre-enroll this week

Students have started pre-enrolling for classes for the summer and fall semesters. As pre-enrollment continues through the week, students are comparing this year’s enrollment to previous year’s enrollment. Caroline Wiseman talks about her experience with enrollment. “When you first get here, it sucks because freshman are the last to choose and it goes in alphabetical order Read More …

Student Senate Report, 4/6/2016

Wetlands Habitat Preservation hosted by the Green and Restoration Committee will be on Saturday April 16th from 10am-2pm. T-Shirts will be $10 and the money made off the t-shirts will go towards future projects in restoring the Wetlands. Kansas State University Spring Powwow will be on April 16th. Haskell Alaska club will be in attendance Read More …

NAIA reprimands Haskell Athletics

According to a press release sent out by the Office of the President “Haskell Indian Nations University received notification from the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) the university has been officially reprimanded for permitting an ineligible student to compete in Men’s Basketball.” Back in September of 2012, the entire Athletics program had been put Read More …

Haskell awards Spring 2016 scholarships

Students were recognized at the Haskell Awards Ceremony on Thursday for their academic achievements and included those earning spots on the President’s and Dean’s list. Haskell American Indian College Fund (AICF) scholarships were also awarded.  AICF Student of the Year, Cherica Eckiwaudah was recognized as well as Haskell Student of the Year, Lola Ceja. Congratulations to all award Read More …

Health and safety fair beneficial for students

Students attending the 17th Annual Health, Safety, and Wellness Fair held on Thursday found beneficial information among the many vendor booths at Coffin Sports Complex. More than 40 representatives from local, state, and federal organizations were available to speak with students and provide important information. Neal Standing Bear, freshman, attended the event for the first time and Read More …