By Mark Morales The Haskell Empowerment Summit Committees is hosting its annual Indigenous Empowerment Summit scheduled for Saturday May 5th. This summit has been organized almost every semester since its creation in 2008 by Willow Jack, Haskell Indigenous and American Indian Studies alumni. Past events held have taken on manyContinue Reading

by Chris Talkalai What are you going to do after school?  Finishing up school can be a tough decision after completing your requirements. Figuring out what you want to be, and how to get there. And that’s what career fair offered at Haskell. Booths with career opportunities for students toContinue Reading

by Joseph Singh Calling Indigenous people “Indian” is like calling Europeans “Japanese”. The label is erroneous and condescending. The origin of the slur comes from Christopher Columbus who mistook the American continent for India. He then labeled the inhabitants “Indians”. Perhaps it was because of the pigmentation of the Natives.Continue Reading

by Joseph Singh The ghosts of Haskell Indian Nations University are sacred. The spirits of students and alumni alike have been sighted in various places on campus. There is a woman who reportedly frequents the basement of Pocahontas Hall, a dormitory for freshmen female students. A cloaked figure has been reportedContinue Reading

by Amanda Smith Haskell Indian Nations University, has many opportunities for students, from athletic programs, fraternity/sorority, different clubs, and academic programs. Students join these activities, to keep themselves busy, to learn from it, share their knowledge with others, making friends, just getting the opportunity to be apart of a groupContinue Reading