Haskell News

Former Haskell student trying to change rule permitting only federally recognized tribes for admission to university
05:40 p.m., June 14, 2011 Updated 05:19 p.m.
Cedric Sunray is a Kansas University graduate now living in Norman, Okla. He’s also a former student at Haskell Indian Nations University. But he couldn’t enroll today.
Chris Redman named president of Haskell Indian Nations University
01:45 p.m., June 3, 2011 Updated 03:44 p.m.
Bureau of Indian Education Director Keith Moore has selected Chris Redman as the new president of Haskell Indian Nations University.
Haskell Indian Nations University close to choosing new president
May 27, 2011
The Haskell Indian Nations University presidential search is entering its final stages, a university spokesman said Thursday.
Interns find $4,900 owed to Haskell in state’s unclaimed property fund
May 18, 2011
The attentive work of two unpaid interns literally paid off for Haskell Indian Nations University.
Haskell campus populated by artwork of past and present
April 29, 2011
Despite a lifelong love of the fine arts, Josh Woosypitti didn’t know when he came to Haskell Indian Nations University that the school’s tradition of the arts would shout to him at every turn.
Haskell to host third annual Indigenous Empowerment Summit
April 20, 2011
Dancing, homemade food, a powwow and speeches on all aspects of Native American culture will be highlights at this weekend’s third annual Indigenous Empowerment Summit Friday and Saturday on the Haskell Indian Nations University campus.
Haskell athlete dies after collapsing during basketball game
April 19, 2011
The Haskell Indian Nations University community is mourning the death of a 20-year-old male student who died suddenly after collapsing Friday while playing basketball, acting Haskell president Clyde Peacock said in a statement.
New interim president in charge at Haskell Indian Nations University
March 28, 2011
An administrator who has been at Haskell Indian Nations University for nine months is now the school’s top administrator.
Haskell Indian Nations faculty member Denise Low earns $29,400 grant from National Endowment for the Humanities
December 13, 2010
The National Endowment for the Humanities has announced grants for two Lawrence projects.
Haskell students building trails to connect Haskell, Baker wetlands
December 2, 2010
Bright pink ribbons and piles of limestone rock bound by chicken wire mark a rudimentary trail that students at Haskell Indian Nations University hope will one day morph into a stronger connection between the Baker and Haskell wetlands.
Bureau of Indian Affairs begins accepting applications from those interested in being Haskell’s next president
November 12, 2010
Candidates for the next president of Haskell Indian Nations University have three weeks to get their materials together.
‘Haskell Rascals’ in need of holiday adoption
November 8, 2010
Haskell Indian Nations University is holding its annual Adopt a HINU Rascal program. The program helps provide holiday gifts to children and families that may not be able to afford them.
Linda Warner out as Haskell president; search to begin for successor
November 2, 2010
The federal government soon will be looking for a new president to lead Haskell Indian Nations University. Linda Warner, who started work as Haskell president in April 2007, has accepted another job with the Bureau of Indian Education and, therefore, no longer is the school’s president, said Larry Echo Hawk, U.S. assistant secretary for Indian affairs.