El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie (Spoiler Free) Release date: October 11, 2019 Directed by Vince Gilligan Runtime: 2 hours 2 minutes Good Monster Grade: B- It was nice to return to the dark, desperate, and dry New Mexico of the Breaking Bad universe. For fans of the show thisContinue Reading

By Marcus Ruff Photo Credit: Ryan Vizzions As the world stood in awe at the movement unfolding on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation- the images of armored vehicles, sonic weapons, automatic rifles, and attack dogs- some began to wonder: when did law enforcement begin to resemble the U.S. military? From FergusonContinue Reading

by Allen Stephenson Here at Haskell, we’ve observed our American President say some rather questionable things to the press and tweet undeniably questionable things to the public world at large. While we ultimately don’t condemn or condone the president’s actions we can only help but wonder about the legitimacy ofContinue Reading

by Rashad Squalls Taken from our ancestral lands to the football field, American society seems to get a kick out of the public use of Native American heritage for entertainment. Native American heritage is held highly sacred to its descendants. It is very disheartening to see and hear rituals, names,Continue 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

The first time I joined the Indian Leader was to receive extra credit points in my News Writing class, little did I know that I would fall in love with being a part of the Indian Leader team let alone editor one day. Joining the college newspaper really helped boostContinue Reading