Cherica Eckiwaudah: American Indian College Fund Student of the Year

The American Indian College Fund (AICF) selects one Haskell student annually among the best and brightest as Student of the Year. Cherica Eckiwaudah, Haskell junior in the School of Business has been selected for 2015-2016. Eckiwaudah is from Anadarko, Oklahoma and a member of the Delaware Nation. She is the daughter of Tami Eckiwaudah. In addition Read More …

Visual Nation Art Show

  Haskell University’s art classes held their annual art show Visual Nation: student explorations in paint and clay. The event was held on Friday, April 29th in the Dick West Gallery located in Seattle Hall. Many Haskell students worked hard on their pieces that were presented in the gallery and receiving awes and compliments from Read More …

Let’s Get Ready to Rumble!

Inside the Ring of the Haskell Boxing Club You talk the talk, but can you fight the fight? The Haskell Boxing Club is taking on the battles inside and outside the ring. The organization began in 2002 and is as strong as ever. Club sponsor and Haskell Instructor Lucas Miller describes the club as, “An Read More …

Haskell Feels the Tinder and Snapchat Craze

Tinder and Snapchat have taken the college worlds by storm in just a short amount of time. Out of pure curiosity, I wanted to see this for myself if it was going on around Haskell. As a result, I found myself surveying people around campus about it. The results were interesting… The Apps Tinder is Read More …

Haskell students keeping traditional art form alive

Native American beadwork has changed a lot throughout the times, but that’s the beauty of it: it’s an art form that has resiliency. Coming to a tribal university like Haskell Indian Nations University, students everywhere are wearing beaded medallions and jewelry. And to see this art form being kept alive by Native college students is Read More …

April is Alcohol Awareness Month

Some college students find it difficult to resist the temptations of social drinking that comes with college life. April is Alcohol Awareness Month. College students have difficulty considering the consequences of their actions while drinking, which can be observed through research and statistics. It is important for Haskell students to consider and be aware of Read More …

Students flood library on eve of finals week

Haskell library study areas are filled with students tonight before finals week begins tomorrow.  The library has food, snacks, and plenty of coffee for studying students, and will be on an adjusted late hours schedule this week.  

Thunderbird Theatre continues the art of storytelling

The method used to teach culture, by most of the Native American ancestors, was oral tradition or storytelling.  Thunderbird Theatre members honor that legacy by dedicating their time to performing works of Native American playwrights. According to Theatre at Haskell – a document detailing the theatre program in 1990 – Haskell has taught theater as Read More …

Decolonization class holds Second Annual Symposium

Dr. Uros Petrovic’s Theories of Decolonization and Indigenization class held its second annual symposium in Navarre Hall yesterday. Petrovic expressed his gratitude for everyone attending the event and his student’s participating, saying that he was “really excited to introduce a group of phenomenal students.” Students presented research projects from the class to a full room. Not only Read More …

WOOD BONES: Student Reviews

by Kristen Torres My favorite character within the play was 121. I enjoyed watching the actress bring the character to life. At first I wasn’t sure by exactly how her character fit into the story line, but eventually it all made sense. 121 was a great character to see and hear her struggles and frustration Read More …