The First Nations Student Association (FNSA) organized an awareness rally on Wescoe Beach Monday to condemn the vandalism of four pieces of indigenious artwork on display at the Spencer Museum of Art. Attendees were also upset at the lack of action on the matter by KU's administration.
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Haskell Indian Nations University newspaper, The Indian Leader, received a directive that forbade them from gathering certain information. Now, their editor-in-chief is filing a lawsuit against the university's president.
Sitting Douglas County District Attorney Charles Branson blocked about a dozen university students from his re-election campaign's Twitter account. Two student government leaders said they hadn’t interacted with Branson in-person or online before.
Haskell Indian Nations University will hold all fall 2020 classes online, according to an announcement Thursday from Haskell leadership.
The Lawrence Police Department and FBI arrested a 32-year-old man on suspicion of arson and trespassing in connection with the Haskell Indian Nations University tipi fire.
The Haskell Foundation raised $15,780, surpassing its goal of $3,000, to replace the ceremonial graduation tipi that burned on May 9. Lawrence-Douglas County Fire and Medical is investigating the cause of the fire.
U.S. Rep. Sharice Davids spoke Tuesday, Oct. 8, at the Kansas Union in Woodruff Auditorium to mark the first day of Indigenous Peoples Week.
U.S. Rep. Sharice Davids will be speaking in Woodruff Auditorium at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8 to commemorate Indigenous Peoples Day.
Many artists were selling hand-crafted pottery pieces representing their tribe.