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A new semester has begun and we hear Chris Redman is doing a good job.

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A new semester has begun and we hear Chris Redman is doing a good job. That is not to say that he has not inherited years’ worth of Haskell problems. Could the following be true? Haskell’s enrollment is still down? Haskell’s dorm situation is as bad as ever, as far ...

Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence Kansas, is being labeled a “dropout factory.”

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A division of Time Magazine, Time Moneyland "Insights from your wallet to Wall street" has named Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas one of the 24 most affordable schools in the United States and has also labeled it a ***dropout factory***. It's current total enrollment of approximately 800 students ...

Was a Haskell Indian Nations University employee ordered to leave campus?

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Statistically domestic violence calls are one of the most dangerous calls police can receive. Therefore we must ask the following questions: Was a new Haskell Indian Nations University residential employee given orders by his boss Thomas Spottedhorse to escort an off campus student to her apartment because she feared her ...

Natives should REJECT this "University."

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From: Powwow.com I've said this for years. For those whose thin-skinned sensibilities disavow an ability to critique Natives (us!) as social adults or Haskell Indian Nations University as an establishment of, ahem "higher learning," take a look. Natives should REJECT this "University." Dr. Warner had a Vision and was not ...

Fannie L. Atcitty Haskell Indian Nations University Board member removed from Dine College Board of Regents.

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Fannie L. Atcitty Haskell Indian Nations University Board member has been removed from the Dine ( Navajo ) College Board of Regents. Could it be that Fannie L. Acitty was removed from her own tribal ( Navajo Nation ) college board for conduct ( which ranged from alleged conflicts of ...

Breaking News: Congratulations to Mr. Chris Redman, new President of Haskell Indian Nations University.

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Congratulations to Mr. Chris Redman, new President of Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas. Good-luck, Mr. President ! haskellnews commentary 06/02/2011

I can do anything; please remember I said “I” was the theme of one talk.

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Long ago and far away….well, actually a few years ago and right across town, Karen Swisher, the current president of Haskell Indian Nations University, in Lawrence, Kansas attempted, one last time, to try to make people out there think Haskell was a university ( or a college ) or something, ...

Dan Wildcat notes that Haskell's problems are rooted in the ....Union.

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All quiet on the Lawrence Kansas, Haskell Indian Nations University campus.... As summer starts and we find no students (or for that matter faculty who are getting paid) on campus, we need to summarize the past year. At a recent AIHEC meeting, Dan Wildcat noted that Haskell's problems are rooted ...

What do Dr. Warner and Venida Chenault have in common?

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One of our Arizona readers has asked why we haven't mentioned Dr. Warner recently, so we decided to follow up. This week Keith Moore is interviewing candidates for the president of Haskell Indian Nations University by telephone. We decided to ask this question: What do Dr. Warner and Venida Chenault ...

This week's news in Indian Country is centered around "Geronimo" and the Democratic, Indian backed President who authorized the deal.

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It wasn't all that long ago that the federal union at Haskell Indian Nations University decided to picket during graduation. The pictures ( courtesy of the Lawrence Journal World) show an unhappy bunch of employees and their families with signs. All of these employees are closely connected to the Indian ...

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