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Haskell commencement celebrates more than 180 graduates
May 9, 2014
Haskell’s spring 2014 graduating class saw 85 students earn bachelor’s degrees and more than 100 graduate with associate degrees. Friday’s commencement ceremony brought in officials and dignitaries from around the country, including Bureau of Indian Education director Charles Roessel, who gave the commencement address. By Ben Unglesbee
Haskell regents look at raising admissions standards, budget constraints
May 8, 2014
Haskell’s board of regents looked at a proposal to raise admissions standards as a way to cope with the high drop-out rates and budget constraints. They also heard presentations on campus operations, finances and other aspects of the university. The university saw a bump in funding after last year’s sequestration cuts, but the university still struggles to meet all its needs. By Ben Unglesbee
Haskell’s Board of Regents discusses budget woes, approves fee increase
May 7, 2014
Haskell Indian Nations University’s Board of Regents met for the first time in more than a year on Wednesday. Members discussed the lingering effects of the federal sequestration cuts, which have left the university unable to fill some staff and faculty positions. They also approved a student fee increase suggested by Haskell’s Student Senate. By Ben Unglesbee
Haskell Empowerment Summit aims to inspire
April 7, 2014
A little empowerment can go a long way. That’s been the case personally for Maria Boyd, and she hopes the Indigenous Empowerment Summit she’s organized for Friday at Haskell Indian Nations University will do the same for fellow students. By Sara Shepherd
Indian tacos raise money, fill bellies at church’s monthly sale
April 3, 2014
Monthly Indian taco sales have been a tradition for more than 30 years at the Lawrence Indian United Methodist Church. Not only do they help the church raise needed funds, they give locals a chance to indulge in an Indian specialty rarely found on restaurant menus. By Sara Shepherd
Haskell student of year found ‘healing,’ inclusion on campus
March 15, 2014
On other campuses, Bobby Crow Feather always felt like he “stuck out.” The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe member is 30, gay, spent much of his youth in a small village in northern Saskatchewan and served in the Canadian army. When he arrived at Haskell Indian Nations University two years ago he’d just had a hip replacement. By Sara Shepherd
First-generation scholar hopes Haskell education leads to career helping others
March 15, 2014
Growing up in an unstable home on her Indian reservation, Kassie James didn’t have much direction and didn’t feel like she had anyone she could relate to. Now James is close to graduating from Haskell Indian Nations University. Next stop, Washburn University, where she plans to pursue a master’s degree in social work with hopes of helping others in the shoes she once wore. By Sara Shepherd
Venida Chenault named Haskell president
03:21 p.m., January 10, 2014 Updated 06:19 p.m.
Venida S. Chenault has been named president of Haskell Indian Nations University, the Bureau of Indian Education announced today.
The year ahead in higher education
January 5, 2014
Here’s preview of the new faces, buildings and programs at area universities in 2014. By Ben Unglesbee
Haskell event encourages reconciliation, healing from mass hanging
University showing ‘Dakota 38’ film tonight
December 2, 2013
The song he performed was written in memory of the Dakota 38. But Elton Two Hawks said its message could apply to American Indians from any tribe: “You’ve got to learn to forgive.” By Sara Shepherd
After week of on-campus interviews, Haskell waits for next permanent university president
October 21, 2013
Seven candidates arrived at the Haskell Indian Nations University campus to interview for the job of university president. Students and faculty attended the interviews in strong numbers to listen, though they couldn’t ask questions. The ultimate decision will rest with the Bureau of Indian Education. With budget concerns and other issues facing the university, students hope for a leader who will stick around in the long-term. By Ben Unglesbee
Candidates for Haskell president on campus for interviews
October 16, 2013
Seven candidates are on the Haskell Indian Nations University campus to interview for the position of university president. The university has been without a president since former Haskell President Chris Redman resigned in May. The interviews are open to Haskell students and faculty.
25th annual Haskell Art Market this weekend
September 11, 2013
The Haskell Art Market will be celebrating its 25th anniversary with the annual event scheduled for this weekend. By Giles Bruce

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