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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, and 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.