Gov Brownback Visits Haskell, Issues Apology Proclamation

  By Ryan Coody| Kansas Governor Sam Brownback visited Haskell’s campus earlier this evening as part of events sponsored by Haskell Light Campus Ministry in recognition of Native American Awareness month. During his visit, Governor Brownback issued a proclamation expressing “deep remorse for the ramifications of former ill-conceived assimilation policies” and apologizing “on behalf of Read More …

Movie Review: Now You See Me

By Faith Tallchief-Underwood This film is about four magicians who dazzle audiences with a series of dangerous and inventive heists and thus film as an all star cast. The cast include Mélanie Laurent as Alma Vargas, Michael Caine as Arthur Tressler, Mark Ruffalo as Dylan Rhodes, Morgan Freeman as Thaddeus Bradley, Dave Franco as Jack, Read More …

Anime Club Game Night Recap

By Benton Cooksey On Friday October 18 from 6:00pm until 1:00am, the Anime Club hosted a Game Night. The event was free to attend and open to Haskell students and anyone in the Lawrence area. The event had a smaller than expected turnout but was a huge success for a first time event. There were Read More …

An Alaskan Experience with Stereotypes

By David Henry I have experienced stereotyping. However it is very different in Alaska; In Alaska most people think of all Alaskan Native people as Eskimos, a French word meaning eater of raw meat. This term comes from the north as the tundra has little in the way of wood for cooking fires and meat Read More …

A Pledge to be Awesome!

By Ashley Ignacio   National Coming Out Day (NCOD) was first founded in October 1988 and it is a celebratory event for individuals who publicly identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, and/or transgender (LGBT). The coming out process can be a difficult time for some individuals, but LGBT communities from around the country strive to show Read More …