Some students chose to wear traditional regalia during the Haskell Indian Nations University commencement at the Lawrence campus last May. But the federally funded university’s low graduation rate reflects a wide variety of problems.
Some students chose to wear traditional regalia during the Haskell Indian Nations University commencement at the Lawrence campus last May. But the federally funded university’s low graduation rate reflects a wide variety of problems. SHANE KEYSER skeyser@kcstar.com
Some students chose to wear traditional regalia during the Haskell Indian Nations University commencement at the Lawrence campus last May. But the federally funded university’s low graduation rate reflects a wide variety of problems. SHANE KEYSER skeyser@kcstar.com

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