by Sean Parrish Haskell Indian Nations University Women’s Volleyball (17-22) were one of the four teams that were chosen to participate in the 2017 Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I) conference this season. The other three teams were: Kentucky Christian University; Knights (31-12) Lincoln Christian University; Lions (19-21) College of theContinue Reading

by Sean Parrish ★★★★★ The People Shall Continue is a children’s literature book, re-released by LEE & LOW BOOKs. It was written by Acoma Pueblo storyteller and poet; Simon Ortiz  and illustrated by Sharol Graves. The book gives an overview about the hidden history pertaining to the genocidal actions whichContinue Reading

by Travis Campbell photos courtesy of Michael Begay Haskell Indian Nations University awarded diplomas to 92 students this semester. Stephen Prue, of the Office of the President stated that this the Fall, 2017 graduating class is largest fall graduating class to date continuing a trend of record breaking classes thatContinue Reading

by Rashad Squalls Taken from our ancestral lands to the football field, American society seems to get a kick out of the public use of Native American heritage for entertainment. Native American heritage is held highly sacred to its descendants. It is very disheartening to see and hear rituals, names,Continue Reading

by Amanda Smith In today’s society all Native American tribes have adapted into this non-Native world. Many are now realizing that their life has beentaken control of by non-Natives, they have to follow these people who don’t care about our culture, language, and us as Native people. Taking it backContinue Reading