Feb. 11, 2020—Twenty-four museum representatives visited Haskell Indian Nations University’s Campus as a part of their training session. There were Museum Directors, Educators and Curators that met with five current Haskell students and one student from the University of Kansas. These reps took a tour of the campus and visitedContinue 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

Early each year, usually in March or April, the president proposes a budget to Congress that details funding levels for the next fiscal year. On February 10, President Donald J. Trump sent his new $4.8 billion budget to Congress, which outlines several significant cuts to education spending. (Read more here.)Continue Reading

As the new semester settles in, a tradition of celebrating the students, faculty, staff, alumni and native peoples throughout Indian country come together for the 2020 Haskell Welcome Back Pow-Wow.  On February 8th , Haskell Indian Nations University’s campus greeted people near and far for the celebration. Artistic vendors, foodContinue Reading

Steven Paul Judd is a Kiowa and Choctaw artist from Oklahoma. Through his work as a filmmaker, director, screenwriter, painter, designer, and digital creator he shows the youth of today the positive images of Native Americans that he did not see as a child. Today he is one of theContinue 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

A group of students, faculty, and staff gathered in the Tommaney Library on Thursday afternoon to attend an event celebrating Black History Month. “A Conversation on Being Native American and Black” was sponsored by the Indian Leader and four students—Summer Powell, Autumn Powell, Lexci Kimball, and Dorian Daw—were asked ifContinue Reading

According to WebMD, domestic abuse isn’t always obvious to spot; many things can lead up to the violence. It can start simply  with controlling a partner’s mind and emotions to being physically controlling and violent. Signs to be aware of:  Being afraid of your partner/spouse Your partner/spouse bullies, threatens andContinue Reading

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, these are a few warning signs for a potential suicide. If you or someone you know shows these signs please seek help or reach out to someone that can help.  Talking about wanting to die or wanting to kill themselves Talking aboutContinue Reading

If you have seen James Cameron’s “Avatar” then you have seen this movie, which only goes to show how unoriginal James Cameron is. Speaking of pretentious filmmakers, Kevin Costner is in this movie! He stars in and directs this movie. So it was his decision to show his bare buttContinue Reading