Domestic Abuse Q & A Held in Curtis Hall’s Rose Room

Haskell students gathered in Curtis Hall’s Rose Room to voice their opinions on domestic violence. by Charlie Perry “A heterosexual Native American Female will return to a domestic abuse relationship on average 24 times before they leave for good,” said Kristine Chapman a representative for The Willow Domestic Violence Center of Lawrence who was on hand Read More …

No. 6 Bellevue Controls Haskell from Start to Finish

The Haskell Men’s Basketball Team Struggles Against One of the Best in the MCAC By Tyler Jones Web Editor, @TylerJonesLive An early Saturday night contest endured in the heartland of America, between two teams looking for victory. The Bruins of Bellevue University trekked into Lawrence for a Men’s Basketball battle against Haskell Indian Nations University Read More …

Haskell Upsets No. 9 College of Saint Mary at Home

The Lady Indians Dominate One of the Nation’s Best Teams By Tyler Jones Web Editor, @TylerJonesLive The feature presentation of Saturday’s matinee was a matchup starring the College of Saint Mary Flames and the Haskell Indians. Both teams came in with a lot to play for in this contest, as both of them find themselves Read More …

Haskell Men Fall Short at Home Against Waldorf

MCAC Player of the Year Contender Jordan Nelson Leads Waldorf to Victory with 27 Points By Tyler Jones Web Editor, @TylerJonesLive  It was another Friday night of hoops in Indian Country, as the Haskell Men’s Basketball team battled with Waldorf College at Coffin Sports Complex. It was a pivotal game for both teams as they Read More …

Haskell Women’s Basketball Fights on Past Waldorf College

Kourtney Meat Leads All Scorers with 18 Points off the Bench   By TYLER JONES Web Editor, @TylerJonesLive Entering Friday night, the Haskell Women’s Basketball team was 3-2 in MCAC league play, looking to add another W to the win column against the Warriors of Waldorf College. Overall, Haskell’s record stood pretty tall before Friday Read More …

Native American Church Club Responds to Desecration

The Native American Church (NAC) grounds on Haskell campus, just south of Parker Hall were desecrated in October 2014, just a few months prior to the recent vandalism and desecration reported at the sweat lodge grounds on Tuesday, January 27th. Several symbols and words were carved into the ground where NAC raises their teepee for prayer. Read More …

Haskell Sweat Lodge Vandalized

A report of vandalism at the sweat lodge grounds on the Haskell campus has been confirmed this afternoon by the President’s office. Information was received this morning that sometime between Sunday, January 25th and Monday, January 26th, the women’s sweat lodge received considerable damage with several ribs of the structure’s frame broken and tobacco bags Read More …

Cultural Night Dance and Feast was “Good Medicine” for Students

Haskell’s recent “Cultural Night” consisted of dance and a feast for the ages. by Shaunna Gullikson Haskell Cultural Night is a pleasant experience for the mind, the spirit, and the pallet! To ask a Haskell Student, “Why Haskell?” is like asking a bird, “Why the sky?” We all chose Haskell because it is in our Read More …

12 Students Chosen to Represent Haskells at President Obama’s “Middle-Class Economics” Address

  Students were given preferred seating on stage as the President spoke on ways to help developing families thrive. by Charlie Perry President Barack Obama paid a visit to Lawrence just two days after his 2015 “State of the Union” address as part of his “Middle-Class Economics” speaking tour. The Chancellor of the University of Read More …

Haskell Displays Alumni Success

Students who need some academic inspiration can now get their motivation from a simple walk down a hallway. Replacing the Rinehart photos on the wall that leads to the post office in Navarre Hall are the pictures and success stories of Haskell Alumni. By Lori Hasselman According to Steve Prue, Executive Assistant to the President, Read More …