Crossing the Finish Line

Each year, Haskell selects an exceptional student worthy of the annual honor of Student of the Year. The award is not just for excelling in the classroom, but also for contributions made to the Haskell community and representing the university in a phenomenal manor on and off campus. This year the Haskell scholarship committee selected graduating senior, Lolita Ceja. Ceja, a Read More …

Cherica Eckiwaudah: American Indian College Fund Student of the Year

The American Indian College Fund (AICF) selects one Haskell student annually among the best and brightest as Student of the Year. Cherica Eckiwaudah, Haskell junior in the School of Business has been selected for 2015-2016. Eckiwaudah is from Anadarko, Oklahoma and a member of the Delaware Nation. She is the daughter of Tami Eckiwaudah. In addition Read More …

Visual Nation Art Show

  Haskell University’s art classes held their annual art show Visual Nation: student explorations in paint and clay. The event was held on Friday, April 29th in the Dick West Gallery located in Seattle Hall. Many Haskell students worked hard on their pieces that were presented in the gallery and receiving awes and compliments from Read More …

Students flood library on eve of finals week

Haskell library study areas are filled with students tonight before finals week begins tomorrow.  The library has food, snacks, and plenty of coffee for studying students, and will be on an adjusted late hours schedule this week.  

Decolonization class holds Second Annual Symposium

Dr. Uros Petrovic’s Theories of Decolonization and Indigenization class held its second annual symposium in Navarre Hall yesterday. Petrovic expressed his gratitude for everyone attending the event and his student’s participating, saying that he was “really excited to introduce a group of phenomenal students.” Students presented research projects from the class to a full room. Not only Read More …

Feeling ROYAL at the Royals Game

Thanks to the Haskell Health and Wellness Fair and Keller Fire and Safety, three friends and I attended a Kansas City Royals game with seats just nine rows behind home plate! After winning four tickets and a parking pass for the Royals vs. Tigers game, I made the obvious choice of bringing my bestie (who also won Read More …

Lawrence Passes Indigenous Peoples Day Resolution

Lawrence City Commission voted unanimously to adopt Resolution No. 7154 establishing Indigenous Peoples Day as an annual recurring event in Lawrence. “I think this a very special time to be able to pass such a resolution,” said Mayor Mike Amyx. “I was very proud last October but I’m probably even more proud this evening to be Read More …

Seeking Student Veterans

Student veterans have always been highly visible on the Haskell campus through their participation with the Haskell Color Guard at school functions. According to Allen Redbird, Sergeant at Arms with the Haskell Veterans Association, there are currently no students participating with the Association. “We recruit at Highlight Night and some students sign up but none Read More …