On October 22nd 23rd, and 24th 2019, Haskell Indian Nations University hosted the Indigenous Just Transition Assembly organized by the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN). Over 100 Indigenous leaders and organizers from around the country met to discuss the importance of making a Just Transition from an unfair, capitalistic, and carbon-basedContinue Reading

A three year run as AFC west division Champions. The league’s highest ranked offense. Placed second in the AFC. One game away from the Super Bowl. Up-and- coming Quarterback named league MVP. This is just a short list of the Kansas City Chiefs accomplishments in the 2018 football season. WhileContinue Reading

The office of the President along with Vice President, William Wilkinson, and I have just returned from attending tribal college week in Washington D.C. We spent the week advocating for Haskell Indian Nation University along with the other 37 TCUs. Throughout the week we met with congressional leaders and discussedContinue Reading

NAVARRE HALL—This past Thursday Student Senate held their biweekly General Assembly meetings located in the Regents Room. The meeting started off with a prayer from newly elected Secretary; Caroline Wiseman (Inupiaq- Tribal village of White Mountain). Since there weren’t enough club representatives present to make quorum they did an overviewContinue Reading

Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU) was awarded a three year grant in 2017 through the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC).  This grant is to Develop Future Victim Specialists for Indian Country. The grant allows Haskell Indian Nations University to create an advocate training curriculum program for participants.  HINU hasContinue Reading

By Tiffany Blevins Tommaney Hall was visited by two Congressional Candidates on Sunday, Sept., 9. Congressional candidates; Sharice Davids (Ho-chunk), Democatic primary winner for Kansas State Representative and Deb Haaland (Laguna-Pueblo), New Mexico 1st Congressional district Democratic winner. Davids and Haaland have the unique opportunity of becoming the First IndigenousContinue Reading

By Marcus Ruff Photo Credit: Ryan Vizzions As the world stood in awe at the movement unfolding on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation- the images of armored vehicles, sonic weapons, automatic rifles, and attack dogs- some began to wonder: when did law enforcement begin to resemble the U.S. military? From FergusonContinue Reading