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The Haskell Medicine Wheel Earthwork is south of the campus and was designed by Haskell professors, students, crop artist Stan Herd, and tribal elders. The artwork was dedicated in 1992 as a response to the 500th commemoration of the "Columbian Legacy." The creation of the Earthwork Medicine Wheel at Haskell is offered as a Native gift to all people of this planet and a powerful symbol of what we as peoples of the world must now learn. A replica of the Medicine Wheel is carved in the tile at the Haskell Cultural Center as a way of balancing the campus with one on the north and south ends of campus.
More information about The Medicine Wheel can be found here in a printable PDF.