Haskell Confessions

By Raquel Butler For years young adults have been notorious for gossip, rumors, and lots of secrets. The avenues for these things have changed frequently. The newest way to spread rumors and share secrets is through confession pages through media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. One such page titled “Haskell Confessions” has students in Read More …

Bad Weather Forces Students out of Assigned Classes

By Raquel Butler Weather made it hard for students to return to campus on time this semester. For many arriving late cause these students to lose their spots in their classes. Taylor Jolibois stated, “My flight was delayed because of the snow. I wasn’t able to get here on Sunday to pick up my schedule so Read More …

WPO History and Happenings

Submitted by Wetlands Preservation Organization Members Haskell’s Wetlands Preservation Organization WPO originated more than two decades ago. It was born in the midst of a contentious battle to keep the South Lawrence Trafficway from slicing through the heart of a place that many of us consider a sacred and irreplaceable part of our history. In Read More …

Interviews with Haskell Track and Field Student-Athletes

By Krystalynn Chee Angelica Bedonie= A sophomore of the Dine (Navajo)tribe from Rock Point AZ First indoor meet felt like any other meet that I’ve raced in my life. So it was basically normal. Nothing new to me. Before each meet she gets herself prepared by getting enough sleep the night before, drinking water, staying Read More …

No Vacancy

By Shelby Botone Some Haskell students are concerned about athletes residing in Roe Cloud Hall instead of the student-athlete dorm of Osceola-Keokuk(OK) Hall, which has caused overcrowding. In the past, OK Hall was considered a student-athlete dorm. Roe Cloud Hall was used for continuing and readmitted students. But, within the past few semesters Roe Cloud Read More …

America not so Beautiful?

By  Alison Scott During the Super Bowl, Coca-Cola previewed a commercial that featured the song “America the Beautiful”, sung in different languages to showcase the nation’s many cultures.  This sentiment was meant to be heartwarming, but the reaction online was mixed.  One comment YouTube user Red Green stated,“This commercial shat all over the true meaning Read More …

Digital Expectations

By Allen Stephenson Go to Haskell? Like Facebook? Do you “Tweet?”  If you are affiliated with Haskell and have an online presence then the pending changes brought about by the new Social Media Guidelines Policy might  affect you.  What is the new Social Media Policy you ask? “The Haskell Social Media Guidelines Policy applies to Read More …

Greedy Laundry

By Isaac Mitchell So you think that the laundry fee on campus is a great thing right? Nobody could have anything bad to say about having to do as many loads as they want with only a little charge at the beginning of the semester, but I went around to see if there were some Read More …

Classroom Igloos

By Samantha Tobacco During the first winter storm of the semester Tam-I-nend Hall was most likely the coldest building on Haskell campus. Students who have to walk all the way from their dorms, like Osceola-Keokuk (OK) Hall, to the buildings that are on the other side of campus like Tam-I-nend, have a cold journey. And Read More …

Stretch Your Heart

By Ashley Ignacio If you want to become more flexible, build muscle strength, and develop an overall healthy balance of your mind, body, and soul, then Pilates may be for you! Ms. Angelina Adams of the Counseling Center hosts three different levels of the intense body conditioning routine known as Pilates: Tuesdays and Thursdays; is Read More …