Graduating Students Take the Haskell Stage

The Fall 2014 commencement will be held at the Haskell auditorium Thursday, December 4th with 50-plus students walking across the stage to receive their degrees. The ceremony starts at 4:00 p.m. For a complete list of graduates, click here: Note: Graduate list is unofficial pending final semester review for fulfilled degree requirements.  

Haskell Showcases Student Talent at Fine Arts Open House

Colorfully painted canvases lined the walls of the Dick West Gallery for the Fine Arts Open House while displays of clay tiles and pinch bowls lured guests to the center of the room. Art classes at Haskell Indian Nations University made an exciting return and the display of student talent in the room was certainly Read More …

Those Girls Got Game! Haskell Women’s Basketball On A Historic Run

The Haskell Fighting Indians are off to their best start in NAIA play ever and are hungry for more. by Charlie Perry @CharlieHPerry Just under a month ago the Haskell women’s basketball team laced up their shoes to take on the Bethany Swedes In their first game of the year on the road. Since then Read More …

Senate Strikes Down Bill On Keystone XL Pipeline

Legislation to take away authority from the president fails to pass majority vote 59-41. By Charlie Perry @CharlieHPerry Washington D.C. – The United States Senate struck down a bill last week relating to the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline. The Senate failed to reach the 60 votes needed to pass the bill through a Read More …

Haskell Men Get First Win Over Season Over Rival McPherson

The Haskell men’s basketball team came out on top over McPherson for the first time in seven years. by Dallas Rudd The Haskell men’s basketball team traveled to McPherson, Ks, to compete in the McPherson Classic this past weekend. In the first match the Indians took on the Threshers from Bethel College. Haskell came out Read More …

There Are Still Many Great Warriors Among Us

There are still many great warriors, here’s one. Gathered by Colton Butler In honor of Veterans Day the Indian Leader would like to present to you a great American named Darren F. Keahtigh. Keahtigh is the uncle of Haskell business school senior Colton Butler. He has been in the military for many years and has Read More …

Haskell Men Fall to Ottawa on Last Second Three Point Shot

A back in forth affair results in the Braves winning 82-79 by Reid Williams Haskell squared off with the Ottawa Braves for the second time this year. The first meeting was on November 7th at Ottawa where the Indians where defeated 78-57. The rematch last night November 18th at Coffin Complex wouldn’t be as lopsided. Read More …

Haskell Awards TCU Scholarships

Students arrived at the Haskell auditorium with excitement and dressed in their smartest attire to receive the American Indian College Fund (AICF) Tribal College & Universities (TCU) scholarships. After several weeks of deliberation by the Haskell TCU Scholarship Committee, the awards were ready to be handed off to students at the Awards and Scholarship Recognition Read More …

Remembering the 100th Anniversary of the 1914 Oklahoma vs Haskell Football Game

A Look Back at the Century-Old Matchup Between the Crimson & Creme and the Purple & Gold By Tyler Jones, Web Editor @TylerJonesLive November 26th, 1914 was the day, when a (7-1-1) Oklahoma Sooners team would take on the (5-3) Haskell Institute Fighting Indians. According to the Oklahoma Sooners 2014 Media Guide, the game was Read More …

Haskell Hosts Sexual Assault Awarness Forum & Vigil

President Chenault Addresses Student Concerns Over Campus Safety  By Tyler Jones, Web Editor @TylerJonesLive In the wake of Saturday morning’s report of sexual assault on campus at OK Hall, the Haskell community gathered in a forum setting at the Haskell Auditorium Thursday night to address the issue. The event began with a prayer song, led by Student Read More …