Student Reactions to the new Commander in Chief

Late Tuesday night early Wednesday morning, the United States announced its new 45th president of the United States. On November 9, Republican Nominee Donald Trump came out as the winner of the 2016 presidential election against opponent Democratic Candidate Hillary Clinton. Social Media and Television has not since quieted over the announcement of the new Read More …

Young Indigenous Politicians

With the upcoming 2016 Presidential election, Haskell students voice their opinion on who they would like to see as their 45th United States President. Haskell students were asked two questions: Do you believe this election is important and why? Why did you chose that certain candidate over the others? Jamie Colvin,Seminole Nation of Oklahoma. “This Read More …

Student Senate Report 11/2/2016

Concessions Committee reports club schedule for upcoming games as follows: 11/8 Pocahontas Hall 11/15 Social work club 11/28 Softball Budget Committee will give report at next meeting. Empowerment Committee will be meeting on Mondays at 4:00 p.m. in the library. Anyone who wants to help work on the Empowerment Summit, please attend meetings. Royalty Committee meets on Read More …

Haskell’s Men & Women’s Basketball Preview

The Haskell Indian Nations University men’s basketball team started the season with a tough three point loss at Doane University. The Indians returned two starters from last year’s team;  HINU men’s team will have four seniors on this year’s squad Joe Moudy, Kelvin Nez, Williams Candyfire, and Tsalidi Sequoyah. The Indians won’t play their first Read More …

Editorial: A Student Perspective on Healing

Now that Haskell Healing Week has come to a close, I’ve had an opportunity to reflect for a moment on healing and the events that have surrounded students over the past several weeks. While some students ended the week feeling a sense of resolution, others may still be confused about university relations with its employees Read More …