To keep students at Haskell until they complete their two year or four-year degrees, I would recommend uniting student life and offering a wider variety of bachelor degrees. In order to attract students here until their graduations I would suggest having a Master’s Degree program, Changing the name of the
These tales are taken from personal accounts, witness testimony, and convincing retellings. Any likeness is coincidental. For entertainment purposes only. Reader discretion is advised. The Christmas Visitor For so many Indigenous descendants, Haskell Indian Nations University is a joyful place. Students come here to improve themselves and honor their tribes.
Live at Liberty Hall Lawrence, Kansas November 12, 2019 Good Monster Grade: A+ Perhaps you do not recognize Billy Corgan’s name, but most surely you have heard his voice. His voice was singing in the background when you were trying to kiss that pretty girl. It crooned in the foreground
This semester at OK Hall I noticed it is extremely difficult to use basic amenities. The kitchens, study rooms, and computer rooms are all always under lock and key. Staff fears students will damage and dirty these spaces, and they would not be wrong considering what students have done in
Aquarius (Jan 20 – Feb 18) Your wardrobe needs some updating. Ask for new clothes this Christmas. Remember to be grateful for whatever you get. Your gratitude will fill your karmic canteen. Pisces (Feb 19 – Mar 20) Do not overthink the holidays Pisces. People have missed you. They love
Spencer resides at Winona Hall. He is a loveable Labrador and dachshund mix. He is three years old. He loves to sniff random stuff. The smelly world around him entices his senses. He is very friendly. If you see Spencer on campus, feel free to pet him. Unfortunately, he is
Thanksgiving is a weird holiday for Indigenous people. We like the food but are not so sure about the outcome. The core purpose is gratitude, which we can all agree on. I wanted to honor my Indigenous blood by remembering a great leader. This Thanksgiving I write about Lozen, who