Early each year, usually in March or April, the president proposes a budget to Congress that details funding levels for the next fiscal year. On February 10, President Donald J. Trump sent his new $4.8 billion budget to Congress, which outlines several significant cuts to education spending. (Read more here.)Continue Reading

Haskell Indian Nations University has made a significant step forward within the local community. As a symbol of the continuing partnership between HINU and the City of Lawrence, the city commission passed a proclamation recognizing its “long and historic relationship with indigenous peoples of Lawrence.” University Student Government Association (SGA)Continue Reading

A crowd of student activists gathered in front of the Haskell Cultural Center and Museum in solidarity with the nationwide Indigenous People’s Movement, whose goal is “uniting the Indigenous peoples across the World to stand together to bring awareness to the injustices affecting Indigenous men, women and children from North,Continue Reading

By Tiffany Blevins Tommaney Hall was visited by two Congressional Candidates on Sunday, Sept., 9. Congressional candidates; Sharice Davids (Ho-chunk), Democatic primary winner for Kansas State Representative and Deb Haaland (Laguna-Pueblo), New Mexico 1st Congressional district Democratic winner. Davids and Haaland have the unique opportunity of becoming the First IndigenousContinue Reading