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Click Here to view HINU’s official statements. Click Here for information for students going home. Please know that all correspondence from Haskell Indian Nations University, including their most recent statement is encouraging students with options of moving off campus to make arrangements to do so for the remainder of theContinue Reading

Updated 3/12 at 11:50 am. Information posted by the Indian Leader is subject to change and will be updated as official statements are made by Haskell Indian Nations University. This information  is currently being curated from statements and on-campus meetings. HINU is strongly suggesting students to have decided and made arrangementsContinue Reading

Montana, January 20 – Around 10:30 a.m., less than a mile from an interstate rest area, the body of 16 year-old Selena Faye Not Afraid was found. According to USA Today, she had been missing since New Year’s Day. The Billings Gazette previously reported that the preliminary autopsy revealed thatContinue Reading

Stories of murder, redemption, fear, humor, and even the supernatural— Haskell Indian Nations Univeristy’s Alaska Club partnered with Tommany Hall’s library events staff to bring students a night full of the traditon of story telling. Over 25 students, fed with frybread and akutaq, also known as Alaskan ice cream, settledContinue Reading

The following series of posters were completed by students in the Environmental Issues of the Wakarusa Wetlands class taught by Professors Jay T. Johnson, Joseph P. Brewer, Cody Marshal and guest instructor Dave Loewenstein. Inspired by the decades long struggle to protect he Wakarusa Wetlands from the now built K-10Continue Reading