Orientation for Haskell Indian Nations University’s new, transfer, and returning students was a successful turn out. Workshops ranging from advice panels, class scheduling and a lot more were taking place over the five days before the official start of classes. Students were settling in, taking care of logistics and finalizingContinue Reading

Haskell Indian Nations University’s plumbing requires the water main for the entire campus to be turned off when working on a single building’s plumbing. This weekend, attempts to fix plumbing in Navarre Hall required a projected two hour window for repairs. The reality was that campus water was shut offContinue Reading

Students in the American Indian Higher Education Consortium Club were upset with Haskell’s Administration. This club’s focus is “to prepare Haskell students to participate and or compete in American Indian Higher Education Consortium’s Annual Student Conference”. The club’s order of operations includes eligibility and requirements for attending AIHEC. Years prior,Continue Reading

Red racism is more than just a football game — it’s systemic and the attitudes of professional sports teams and fans are an indicator of disproportionate racial issues Native Americans face outside of the stadium. According to the National Congress of American Indians’ website, the NCAI has been fighting againstContinue Reading

Over 30 businesses and organizations made an appearance at the 2020 Haskell Career Fair. The event included raffles, a resume contest, and a best-dressed contest. The booth setups contained a wide variety of occupations and organizations that gained student interest. One booth had a message that both graduates and undergraduatesContinue Reading

How many institutions can boast over 150 nations attending their university? Acting President Dan Wildcat, PhD. frames Haskell Indian Nations University as an “inter-nation-al” institution made up of the diverse tribal nations of Haskell’s students. Haskell is looking to add to student diversity through an exchange partnership with Te WhareContinue Reading

A small group of Indigenous students gathered in peaceful protest at the Kansas City Chiefs home game at Arrowhead stadium on November 3. The group consisted of Haskell Indian Nations University students : Junior Laravie, Broderick Roberts, Alisha Numan, Kayla Bointy and one KU student and HINU Alumni, Michael Redbear.Continue Reading

After previous rounds of interviews for the vacant president position, Haskell is now on its third round of candidates. Candidates Wayne Johnson, Phd. Neil Wayne, Trottier, Phd., and Craig A. Morroquín, Phd. addressed the Haskell community with presentations on “Why I Want to be President of Haskell.” Johnson’s speech focusedContinue Reading