Haskell Indian Nations University’s Acting President Venita Chenault gives away student rooms and feeds them food that is not worth eating.

Haskell Indian Nations University’s Acting President Venita Chenault gives away student rooms and feeds them food that is not worth eating.

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redcrow (Anonymous) says…

My problem is that when I came to Haskell Indian Nations University, I was told about how great the American Indian Studies Program was and all the other stuff.

And then I get to Haskell and am taking my classes and they were like little kid classes and half the students don’t even go to class and still get grades.

One of the boys in one of my classes never went to princess crazy hairs(Julia Goodfox)class and just showed up for the final and got a B.

Okay maybe he did so great on the final it got him the B.

I’m not good at math but I do know that if the final is half your grade and you only take the final its still an F.

So I have to sit in this class the whole semester listening to Julia Goodfox talking about how we need rise up and help Palestine or Hezbollah or whatever, how Native Americans should throw off the yolk of the federal government, and how we should organize and protest about Dr.Warner making the teachers teach 15 hours a semester.

I was glad when Dr.Warner left just so Julia Goodfox would shut up barking about her every class.

What did I learn from Julia Goodfox’s class, nothing. Only to try and not take crazy hair( Julia Goodfox) again.

We had to go to convocation for a grade and had to listen to Dan Wildcat and Venita Chenault slobber all over each other and dry hump each other for 20 minutes.

Most students once you knew you could get credit for going just left.

I think the truth is no one cares about us Haskell students.

When we moved in at the beginning of the semester about 100 students who preassigned had their rooms given away the first day because they didn’t show up that day.

No one told us we had to be there on the first day especially with the snow storm.

I was lucky because my mom told me to out before we got snowed in.

The student RA said all but one person preassigned showed up, like 220 people.

So if we all showed up, why give students rooms away.

Like I said no one cares about the Haskell Indian Nations University students.

If I hadn’t already taken so many classes now, I would just transfer.

Kind of like when you are driving and running out of gas, too far to turn back and just have to hope their is a gas station ahead.

My gas station is graduation and getting out of Haskell and making sure I tell everyone back home, to stay far away it.

AND….

redcrow (Anonymous) says…

Shut up Patrick Freeland.

You just cry all the time.

QQ You are so far up Chenault, Wildcat and Goodfox that every time they fart you feel the breeze. If you want to be Student Senate President then why don’t you run instead of stabbing Janice in the back and trying to play both sides.

Maybe your auntie Venita will hire you since you already act like all the other Haskell employees.

Am I mad, yes I am. You know what they gave me for lunch yesterday. A wienie. Yeah, a wienie. No bun, nothing else.

The lunch lady, really was the lunch dude now that I think of it, put a wienie on my plate. I asked where the bun was and he said he didn’t know and that there was bread over there if I just had to have it. If I just had to have it? wtf!

Then when I go to dinner to eat their dog food on a plate I look over in the leftover bins and see what looked like tater tots ground up in barbecued brisket and the wienies from lunch.

And this is what almost made me throw my plate at the dude. The had packages and packages of buns!

I asked him why we didn’t have the buns at lunch and he said no one wanted to go back and get them. That is some bull. Even when I worked at the king, if we would have done something like that, they would have fired me.

Then I am all happy because I think we are going to have taco salad for lunch and when I get there there is this big line and they scan my card and I am like 57 in line.

Before I even get my food, they tell us they ran out of the taco shells for the salad. How can you run out before you even give 57 (me) people a taco salad?

Did you only think 30 people were going to show up?

I hate Fast Eddie and think he was one of the meanest RAs and the meanest student conduct dude in the world but at least when he was cruzing through Curtis we had some food man.

We had steaks, fish, shrimp, spaghetti, and tons of other good stuff. we had steak and lobster for spring break and the graduation meal was off the hook.

Now I get a wienie with no bun, and taco salad with no taco and no salad.

That is just wrong…

Hello Larry Echohawk, let’s get rid of Stephanie Birdwell-Bighorn and the rest of these people before Haskell Indian Nations University is no longer.

haskellnews commentary January 22, 2010.

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3 responses to “Haskell Indian Nations University’s Acting President Venita Chenault gives away student rooms and feeds them food that is not worth eating.

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    geekin_topekan (Anonymous) says…

    I have made this suggestion before and in the spirit of this thread, I will present it once again.

    Invite a nutritionist, professional or student, to come eat at Curtis for a couple of lunches or dinners. Let them see, taste, and feel first hand the food at Haskell so that they can provide a general analysis. Then you can take an outside opinion of your (anonymous?) guest to the powers that be.

    I am sure that a ballpark figure of calories, fats and carbs could be created as well as a cost estimate.

  2. haskellnews

    January 24, 2010
    haskellnews commentary posting for

    speakyoursoul10 (Anonymous) says…

    Students at Haskell, you have a voice, use it! I wonder how many of the students are asking questions about the poor quality of services they are receiving. If not, you should be.

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    speakyoursoul10 (Anonymous) says…

    Students at Haskell, you have a voice, use it! I wonder how many of the students are asking questions about the poor quality of services they are receiving. If not, you should be.

    In all of this chaos, you just wonder when did it all begin? I remember when Dr. Warner gave her job talk and discussed her 10/90 plan everyone was on board. The plan was to do a scan of the campus during her first 90 days and come up with 10 items she wanted to work on. Everything seemed to be going well and then what happened? She started asking people to be more accountable and people couldn’t produce. She started to implement change and much needed ideas and the staff began to resist. Haskellnews if you could try and find a copy of her 10/90 plan that was sent out and if I remember the there was something posted about the ten areas she wanted to improve.

    So the resistance came and believe it or not it was being led by faculty who all were part of the AIS department (note not all AIS faculty are involved just a few). This is no secret especially how they used their students to stir up a lot of trouble. And what about the faculty not affiliated with AIS who are in the mix? My guess is they are ‘afraid’ to speak up in meetings and kindly agree with what is happening because they want to show they are in solidarity. If you knew these faculty you would know they are very intelligent people and you would wonder why they are opposed to progress. Why would these faculty not support the addition of two more bachelor programs? They know they are needed so why did they join the VC/AIS bandwagon and appear to be defiant and militant now? Oh that’s right, they are just biding their time until they retire and don’t want to get on the actings bad side. Way to stick up for the students.

    As for the AIS faculty who likes to ‘act up on the side’, where did she come from? Can anyone pull up a CV on her? And in the meantime where can one find CV’s on Wildcat, Chenault, and Tosee? And for those of you who do not know what a CV is it is a Curriculum Vita that would show education, work experience, research, publications, professional organizations, courses taught, anyting related to a faculty or in Haskell’s case an instructor’s educational and professional background.

    And according to students and staff this year’s convocation was a big AIS love fest. I wonder how some folks can work for a government system that they so strongly oppose. I guess they aren’t as ‘radical’ as they want people to believe. It is good to get that paycheck every two weeks and receive all the benefits of a government employee isn’t it?

    Open your eyes Haskell community before it is to late!
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