If you have seen James Cameron’s “Avatar” then you have seen this movie, which only goes to show how unoriginal James Cameron is. Speaking of pretentious filmmakers, Kevin Costner is in this movie! He stars in and directs this movie. So it was his decision to show his bare buttContinue Reading

I liked this movie more than The Force Awakens or The Last Jedi, but just because something doesn’t suck, doesn’t mean it is good. “Jar Jar” Abrams is the king of making mediocrity seem like art. The movie is colorful, flashy, and sometimes cute, but there was not enough substanceContinue Reading

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 theContinue Reading

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 foregroundContinue Reading

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 inContinue Reading

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