Fee Increased Leads to Increase in Haskell Retention

Has the increase in student fees made Haskell students want to be more academically involved with their classes? If so, how has the fee increase changed current and prior Haskell students’ mindsets about Haskell? by Obadiah Eastman Asking more on the question around campus I was able to talk to Tina Tourtillott from the registrar’s office. Read More …

Students and Administration Reflect on Billy Mills

The recent speech by Olympic gold medalists really motivated Haskell. by Obadiah Eastman Olympic gold medalist and Haskell alumni Billy Mills was on Haskell campus recently. He presented an inspiring speech to students and staff alike about the power dreams give to people who wish to achieve in life. Presented at the Auditorium. Catching up with Read More …

Tips to Beat Sleepless Nights

by James Paddlety It’s that time of the semester where the late nights and early mornings start to kick in. Many students will miss sleep or pull all-nighters to study to get a paper done for a class. Little do students know that losing sleep can cause problems, according to www.WebMD.com , losing sleep can Read More …

Buckskin for a Bride was a Haskell Hit

Mark Anthony Rolo’s latest work “Buckskin for a Bride” proved hilariously entertaining and insightful. by Charlie Perry Lawrence-“I wanted to write something young and hip for the younger generation. You don’t find plays to tell the story from the point of view of young native people,” stated play writer Mark Anthony Rolo. “Buckskin for a Read More …

Why I Decided to Stay at Haskell

by Rustie Anglin First semester at Haskell I almost went home. when I arrived at school I liked being away and being on my own for the first time. I was in Pocahontas Hall and had a room with more than enough room for me and my roommate. I quickly adjusted to the community bathrooms Read More …

Haskell Track and Field Wraps up Season

  by Colton Lee Spring is here, but Haskell’s outdoor track & field season has come to an end. Haskell’s outdoor track & field season began in March and finished the season off on April 25 in Lawrence, as the season ends, the Midlands Collegiate Athletics Conference (MCAC) approaches. There are approximately 30 athletes competing Read More …

Haskell Pledges to Put an End to Sexual Assault

Haskell University joins forces with itsonus.org to end sexual assault  by Charlie Perry Lawrence KS- “It’s on us” Haskell, to stop the treat of sexual assault. The university recently teamed up with www.itsonus.org to hold a sexual assault media awareness day. Colleges all across the nation took part in this collaboration on April 23, 2015 Read More …

Haskell Springs Forward with Renewal Day Cookout

Haskell administration and facility celebrate recent accreditation check by treating students and community members to a meal. By Charlie Perry @CharlieHPerry Lawrence KS- Grills were smoking as Haskell celebrated a day of Renewal with students and community members. “We call this the ‘Renewal Day’ of 2015. To Native Americans January 1st isn’t the start of Read More …

KU Holds Native American Appreciation Day at Baseball Game

Native Americans were honored by the university as the Jayhawks took on the Longhorns. By Charlie Perry @CharlieHPerry Lawrence KS-The Kansas Jayhawks (KU) feel to the Texas Longhorns (TEX) in a slug fest 16-7 on April 19th. KU may have lost the game but they made big strides with the Native American community by holding Read More …

Haskell Students Interested in Art Offered Scholarships to Attend IAIA

The Institute of American Indian Arts at Santa Fe (IAIA) visited Haskell to find the next big Native American artists. By Charlie Perry @CharlieHPerry Lawrence KS- Jonathan Breaker, an admissions counselor at the Institute of American Indian Arts at Santa Fe (IAIA) was spotted at the library recently to recruit artists looking to progress to Read More …