Just a week after announcing a haul of 14 National Native Media awards from the Native American Journalists Association, the staff of the Indian Leader has announced that it has won another — this one for its “commitment to upholding freedom of the press, information and transparency in Indian Country.”
The journalists on staff of the Indian Leader, the student news publication of Haskell Indian Nations University, earned an impressive haul of 14 National Native Media awards for their work over the past year.
Less than a month after issuing a unanimous vote of no confidence in the president of Haskell Indian Nations University, faculty on Friday took another vote of no confidence — this time regarding one of Graham’s vice presidents.
The Bureau of Indian Education — the federal agency that governs Haskell Indian Nations University — on Tuesday rescinded two March directives that sought to limit how faculty and staff at the tribal university could express themselves.
Haskell Indian Nations University is facing a lawsuit from its student newspaper after the school allegedly cut the paper’s funding and sought to prevent the editor from conducting newsgathering after critical coverage of the university.
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