by Tiffany Blevins Love Thy Neighbor as thyself. The Golden Rule is the basis for many well known religions and philosophies in which to live a better life. However a lot of people only remember the “love they neighbor part.” I find that being loving towards my neighbor is aContinue Reading

by Tiffany Blevins “The Best Laid Plans..of mice and men often go awry.” A saying adapted from Robert Burn’s Poem “To a Mouse” which was written in 1785 but still applicable for today. In a generation where procrastination is a common culprit of unfufilled plans, that was not the caseContinue Reading

by Amanda Smith In today’s society all Native American tribes have adapted into this non-Native world. Many are now realizing that their life has beentaken control of by non-Natives, they have to follow these people who don’t care about our culture, language, and us as Native people. Taking it backContinue Reading

By Chris Talkalai Wind River is Taylor Sheridan’s directorial debut exposing one of the dreadful things that have happened in some Native communities. The movie was released to theatres on August 4. But producers Matthew George, Basil Iwanyk, and Wayne Rogers gave permission to Rebecca Balog, Princella Red Corn, andContinue Reading

By Sean Parrish The StrongHearts Native Helpline, which is the 1st National Native American Domestic Violence helpline, is a culturally-appropriate, confidential service for Native Americans affected by domestic violence and dating violence. StrongHearts Native advocates visited Haskell Indian Nations University’s campus to educate students and conduct informational presentations in theContinue Reading

by Obadiah Eastman Stephen Kings IT just recently hit theatres on September 8, 2017. The new movie was a remake of the 1990 two-part TV of the same name. The TV series most notably starred Tim Curry as Pennywise the Dancing Clown and caused many young viewers to gain aContinue Reading