Thanksgiving is a weird holiday for Indigenous people. We like the food but are not so sure about the outcome. The core purpose is gratitude, which we can all agree on. I wanted to honor my Indigenous blood by remembering a great leader. This Thanksgiving I write about Lozen, whoContinue Reading

At the University of Kansas, professor and Native scholar Sarah Deer, a member of the Muscogee Creek Nation, held her presentation Sovereignty of the Soul: Centering the Voices of Native Women. Deer voiced her findings and research in her presentation on various topics concerning Native rights, women’s rights, and LGBTQContinue Reading

United Pueblo Club Wednesday 5pm To set meeting to help members with school work, help coup with homesickness. As well as participate in pueblo events throughout the semester. In doing so, members will help fundraise for events, volunteer hours to the university and the community. Alfred Willie III, alfred.willie@haskell.ed RhondaContinue Reading

How do you bring people together? This is the question Alaska Club had to ask itself as member attendance was at its low. Armando DeAsis tells The Indian Leader about the background behind their game night and their boost in attendance. What was the reason for your game night? “IContinue Reading

As often as we can, the Leader features recipes submitted by members of the student body. Whether you’ve just been itching to express yourself through the culinary arts, or just need a break from Curtis Hall. We’ve got you covered. Whole Wheat Breadsticks Time Needeed: Roughly 60 Minutes Ingredients 1Continue Reading

This is a work of opinion. The views expressed do not represent those of Haskell Indian Nations University or the Indian Leader. The subjective, naïve, and bias viewpoint is from that of the author only. For entertainment purposes. In late October, I was invited to participate in the “Discover Bentley”Continue Reading

These tales are taken from personal accounts, witness testimony, and convincing retellings. Any likeness is coincidental. For entertainment purposes only. Reader discretion is advised Deer Woman of Haskell The Deer Woman is a woodland cryptid from the eastern Woodlands and Central Plains tribes. I have always heard tales of thisContinue Reading

The porcelain thrones of OsceolaKeokuk Hall have finally achieved a royal flush, or lack of it. Problems with backed-up and unflushed toilets have reached a pinnacle as 7 out of 7 of the working toilets on first floor of the men’s dorm were full of un-flushed sewage. Out of theContinue Reading

Lonnie Stroud is a Recreation Assistant here at Haskell currently assigned to a staff position at the campus shop, Purple Threads. The following interview was conducted to familiarize campus with Lonnie as well as inform staff, students, alumni, and others about the campus shop and its upcoming sale. How longContinue Reading

Campus Dorms are about to shut down for winter break, and here is what you need to know: You will need to check out by 12:00 pm on December 14th. This means following your dorm’s cleaning procedure and scheduling a walk-through with the dorm staff at least two hours beforeContinue Reading