A tribal leader told about 150 people in attendance at a National Day of Remembrance service Saturday that Indian Country can move forward by seeking truth and reconciliation.
People came to Lawrence from all over the middle chunk of the U.S. on Friday to see Dogstar, a band featuring bassist Keanu Reeves.
Jamie Ulmer, the new executive director of Theatre Lawrence, has a tough act to follow. Here he discusses his experience coming from small-town Beatrice, Nebraska, the new season, and his plans for the community theater.
A gathering on Thursday will celebrate the completion of a colorful new mural adorning a Lawrence restaurant and tienda mexicana.
Haskell students, faculty and guests spoke throughout the week about what Vine Deloria Jr.’s influential book, “God is Red,” has meant to them. Many of the speakers touched on the collision between Western and Indigenous worldviews, experiential learning, and spirituality.
Community members were invited to learn about and experience monarch butterflies, caterpillars and more Saturday during Monarch Watch’s Fall Open House.
Frank Arpan, Haskell’s new president, will serve the most students the university has had enrolled in a semester in 12 years — a task he isn’t taking lightly.
More than 100 people lined all four street corners outside of Lawrence City Hall Tuesday to rally for clean energy usage and push Evergy to close their coal-fired power plant.
Vine Deloria Jr.’s influential book, “God is Red,” is turning 50 this year, and Haskell Indian Nations University has a week of events planned to celebrate.
Hundreds of Lawrence community members showed up Saturday for day one of two of the Haskell Indian Art Market.
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