Spring Break 2017

It’s been a long few months for some students on campus and it’s time to let the binge watching of Netflix begin! The campus talk of the week is all about spring break 2017, what will our Haskell students be doing over the short break? Trent Bell, Haskell Senior “I’m going to be staying in Read More …

Sexual Precautions

Going to college or university is probably one of the most exciting and terrifying moments of a person’s life. It’s a whole new experience in a completely foreign territory; there are new environments, people, experimentation, awakenings, clubs, drinks, and sexual experiences, all that comes with going to college. But what comes with all these new Read More …

HINU Women’s Basketball

  Haskell’s Lady Indians Cerissa Honena – Reyes (Shoshone-Bannock) was named to the A.I.I. Division II All – Conference Second Team for the 2016-2017 season. Courtney Meat joins her teammate in also getting named to the Honorable Mention team. They received their awards at the 2017 A.I.I. Championships Banquet in Branson, MO. The team made Read More …

Haskell Track & Field and Cross Country Honors Scholar Athletes

Four Haskell Cross Country and Track & Field athletes were as N.A.I.A. Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes. Taylor Hall, Trent Cleveland, Leslie Waseta, and Cherica Eckiwaudah have been recognized for academic excellence in their respective sports this 2016-2017 sports season. Cherica Eckiwaudah, Delaware, is a current Haskell student who is graduating this May from the Business School. Read More …

Stand-Off at HWY # 37

Thunderbird Theatre is hard at work again at putting together a production for Haskell and the people of Lawrence. The Thunderbird’s have brought powerful Native American stories to life such as “Buckskin for a Bride” by Mark Anthony Rolo, and “Wood Bones” by William Yellow Rode Jr. in an interview with the director of Thunderbird Read More …

Student Senate Report 03/01/2017

Committees Green and Restoration Committee is being led by Jessica Arkeketa. Jessica has met with EcoAmbassadors to establish a partnership with the Senate Green and Restoration Committee. The next Haskell cleanup day will be announced soon. Concessions Committee-Great Basin club has concessions at Men’s basketball game on Saturday, March 4th. Empowerment Committee continues to meet Read More …

Northern Cree and Carla Morrison give memorable performance at 59th Annual Grammys

During the 59th annual Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony, Northern Cree and Carla Morrison performed “Cree Cuttin” and “Un Beso”. Northern Cree was also nominated in the Best Regional Roots category, but did not take home any awards. Hosted in Los Angeles, California, Northern Cree shared the stage with Carla Morrison on February 12, 2017. The Read More …

What Happened to Hiawatha’s Bell?

Many items go missing at Haskell Indian Nations University, but one in particular would be hard to steal: Hiawatha’s bell. While being interviewed for a recent story regarding the upcoming renovations to Haskell Indian Nations University’s historic Hiawatha Hall, Lee Pahcoddy, Facilities Director, stated that he was hopeful the school’s bell would be found. The Read More …

New Book Collection in the Haskell Library

Haskell Library has a fine collection of books for students to use as resources or even read for fun. Beverley Fortner, Library Director, says she has cataloged more children’s books for the teacher education collection. She said it has been over a couple of years since the library has cataloged new books. “I had Carrie Read More …

Haskell Men’s Basketball Update

The Haskell Men’s Basketball Team would host Grace University, for Senior Night on, Saturday February 18th, in Coffin Sports Complex. Haskell would jump out to a 15-7 lead and extend that to a 17 point lead during the first half. Grace would go on a 13-7 run to close out the first half. Haskell would Read More …