Decolonization class holds Second Annual Symposium

Dr. Uros Petrovic’s Theories of Decolonization and Indigenization class held its second annual symposium in Navarre Hall yesterday. Petrovic expressed his gratitude for everyone attending the event and his student’s participating, saying that he was “really excited to introduce a group of phenomenal students.” Students presented research projects from the class to a full room. Not only Read More …

WOOD BONES: Student Reviews

by Kristen Torres My favorite character within the play was 121. I enjoyed watching the actress bring the character to life. At first I wasn’t sure by exactly how her character fit into the story line, but eventually it all made sense. 121 was a great character to see and hear her struggles and frustration Read More …

Campus Talk: What are your summer plans?

Summer break is the perfect opportunity to get a summer job, get an internship, or even just go home and binge watch Netflix and take a well-deserved break from college. So what is everybody doing for the summer?           Macaulay Brown: “I would love to stay here and go to school Read More …

Feeling ROYAL at the Royals Game

Thanks to the Haskell Health and Wellness Fair and Keller Fire and Safety, three friends and I attended a Kansas City Royals game with seats just nine rows behind home plate! After winning four tickets and a parking pass for the Royals vs. Tigers game, I made the obvious choice of bringing my bestie (who also won Read More …

Lawrence Passes Indigenous Peoples Day Resolution

Lawrence City Commission voted unanimously to adopt Resolution No. 7154 establishing Indigenous Peoples Day as an annual recurring event in Lawrence. “I think this a very special time to be able to pass such a resolution,” said Mayor Mike Amyx. “I was very proud last October but I’m probably even more proud this evening to be Read More …

Seeking Student Veterans

Student veterans have always been highly visible on the Haskell campus through their participation with the Haskell Color Guard at school functions. According to Allen Redbird, Sergeant at Arms with the Haskell Veterans Association, there are currently no students participating with the Association. “We recruit at Highlight Night and some students sign up but none Read More …

Movie Review: Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice

Warning! There are spoilers ahead. If you haven’t seen the movie, you might not want to read on. Director Zack Snyder has released his version of the long-awaited battle between the DC Universe comic book titans Batman and Superman. The movie entered its opening week extravagantly as portrayed by trailers with a whooping $166 million. But it Read More …

“Caucasian” Shirt Sparks Hot Topic throughout Haskell

ESPN commentator and journalist, Bomani Jones recently walked onto the “Mike & Mike” show wearing a shirt that mimicked the Cleveland Indians mascot logo. With the word “Caucasians” across the top and replacing Chief Wahoo was a caucasian man grinning with a dollar sign on his head replacing Wahoo’s feather. On the show Jones said, “To have a problem with the logo Read More …

Kansas Senate Bill 175: Legalizing discrimination

The Religious Freedom Act is a bill creating controversy because it will potentially allow post-secondary students to discriminate against homosexual peers without fear of retribution. Also known as Senate Bill 175, it was introduced as law February of this year. According to Chris Johnson of Washington Blade, of the approximately 200 anti-homosexual bills pending in state legislatures Read More …