Haskell graduates are successful in every profession imaginable, including law, science, medicine, business, politics, athletics, and the creative arts. Our alums have included a vast array of leaders, innovators, and world-class champions in their fields.
This exhibit serves to honor just a few of the many remarkable individuals who have been shaped by, and helped to shape, Haskell Institute, Haskell Indian Junior College, and Haskell Indian Nations University.
This exhibit is divided into two categories, one for individuals who have made contributions in the fields of education, politics, and service to Haskell and our Nations, and the other for individuals how have accomplished outstanding athletic feats.
Featured in the Exhibit Are:
Pictured Below Are:
Judge Evelyne Bradley (Navajo Nation Judge.)
Wilson "Buster" Charles (Olympic athlete, 1932.)
RoMere Darling (Motion picture actress.)
John Levi (Famous athlete.)
Amesoli Patasani (Olympic athlete, 1920.)
Representative Cora Reynolds-Anderson (First woman, first Native American, to serve in the Michigan House of Representatives.)
Judge Evelyne Bradley
Wilson "Buster" Charles
RoMere Darling in "Mrs. Mike" (1949)
Rep. Cora Reynolds-Anderson
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