Internships are Available for Tribal College Students

by Rustie Anglin Internships are available for Native American tribal college students. The American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) and other organizations list several internships on their sites specifically for or with a preference to tribal college students. “AIHEC is all about skill building,” said Alex Grandon an AIHEC employee. AIHEC’s main goal is to advocate Read More …

College can be a Struggle for Certain Haskell Students

by Rachel Whiteside The one thing that most students don’t realize when attending college is that it has a toll on their mental health. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, “one in four college students have a diagnosed illness, 40% do not seek help, 80% feel overwhelmed by their responsibilities, and 50% have Read More …

Local BBQ Establishment Catches Fire

Bigg’s Barbecue a Haskell student favorite recently caught ablaze by Deron SunEagle Haskell student’s choices of restaurants to eat in Lawrence are decreasing with a recent fire downtown. “That’s too bad, we were going to try that place during spring break,” said Cheyenne Sun Eagle, Haskell Student. Bigg’s barbecue Restaurant on 719, Massachusetts Street, caught Read More …

Tips for Students to Stay Healthy During Sick Times

Dodging sick times is easier then one would think. by Trent Bell Being healthy and keeping clean during the winter season is a lot easier than it seems. Following a few simple steps can help save from long nights of sniffles and all the money that would be spent on cold and flu medicine. During Read More …

Binge Watching T.V. can Lead to Many Problems for Haskell Students

Watching too much television can lead to many problems.  by Rachel Whiteside Binge-Watching is a phrase created by Netflix; is the process of watching a television series in a long time span than just one episode length on TV. Websites like; Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime can be a great example of binge-watching television shows Read More …

Student Athletes at Haskell Work Hard for Their Privilege to Play

Being a Haskell student athlete is no easy task. It comes with great dedication and sacrifice. by James Paddlety Being a student athlete requires time management. There is a lot of hard work to be put in; go to class, wake up for early morning workouts, and having a positive mindset. Being a student athlete Read More …

What Students Need to Know Before They Graduate

There are a wide range of tasks Haskell students must complete before they walk across the stage. by James Paddlety There are steps that need to be finished before a student can become a Haskell graduate. Before anyone can obtain a degree as a AA (Associates of art) or BA (Bachelors of art); a petition Read More …

Make Missing Class a Thing of the Past

Haskell students share insights on how to keep up with class attendance. by Nate Porter Throughout the school year many students have either figured out a schedule or have been sleeping through and missing classes. Sleeping through class and missing it entirely can be a huge concern for students trying to finish out the school Read More …

Suicide is a Pandemic that Must be Addressed

by Hallie Long Suicide is not the answer. If you are ever experiencing depression, or any other signs that may lead to suicide; I ask that you would seek services from the Counseling Center or from The Clinic. You do have options. Don’t always assume that ending your life will end the pain. It may Read More …

Anime Club Attends Convention

During spring break while everyone was going home, the Haskell Anime Club attended Nak-K0n 2015, an anime convention. The club attends the convention every year. The convention was held March 13-15, 2015 in Overland Park, Kansas. Naka-Kon is an annual event usually the first weekend of spring break. The Anime club had seven members who Read More …