Haskell Indian Nations University’s Acting President Venida Chenault cancels Haskell’s Student Senate President’s AIHEC trip.

Haskell Indian Nations University’s student senate meeting was once again plagued by the President of The American Indian Studies Club. Who took it upon herself to again yell at the student senate president as a way of intimation.

Only it didn’t work.

Handling herself with poise, Janice Mendez, Haskell’s Student Senate President took control over the senate meeting answered questions about the new BA programs and moved on.

And no AIS Club President you are not allowed to run around Haskell’s campus posting lies about the new BA programs… we think you need to educate yourself some more on those programs go and talk to Phil Homeratha, and stop listening to crazy hair.

And now for the American Indian Higher Education Consortium conference:

Haskell Indian Nations University’s Acting President Venida Chenault has canceled the trip to AIHEC, at least for Haskell’s Student Senate President Janice Mendez. Why? And why was she going last week, but not this one and when was she told she wasn’t going?

Janice should have been sent even if no anyone else was.

Haskell’s Student Senate President goes every year. Did Venida not want Janice in Washington talking to the people on Capital Hill?

Was Venida afraid Janice might really tell them what is going on at Haskell?

And don’t give us that tired excuse that Haskell couldn’t afford it. They were affording it last week.

And if Haskell can afford to send that sad excuse for a Haskell Board of Regents all over the place they can certaily afford to send the president of their student senate to Washington for AIHEC.

We looked on the AIHEC site and found this, looks like they are having it to us:

2010 AIHEC WINTER (CAPITOL HILL) MEETING FEBRUARY 22-25, 2010 HOLIDAY INN CAPITOL 550 C STREET, SW WASHINGTON, D.C. 20024 DATE FEB. 21, 2010 TRAVEL DAY

MONDAY FEB. 22 8:00 AM – 12:30 PM SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS BY KEY EXECUTIVE BRANCH OFFICIALS RASMUSON THEATER NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN 4th St. & Independence Ave, SW Carrie Billy Meg Goetz 12:30 PM – 1:45 PM LUNCH (on your own) 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM BRIEFING SESSION : CAPITOL HILL MEETINGS OVERVIEW All Presidents, Board Members, Students, etc. Meeting assignments & Hill schedules distributed

TUESDAY FEB. 23 FEB. 23 ALL DAY, AS SCHEDULED CAPITOL HILL VISITS WITH CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATIONS All Presidents, Board Members, Students, and AIHEC Staff NOTE: Consult individual state schedule for specific meeting CAPITOL HILL HOUSE AND SENATE OFFICE BUILDINGS AIHEC Staff 5:30 PM- 7:00 PM AIHEC RECEPTION ON CAPITOL HILL SCIA HEARING ROOM Dirksen 628 Nichole Mitchell

WED. FEB. 24 ALL DAY, AS SCHEDULED CAPITOL HILL VISITS WITH CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATIONS (Continued) CAPITOL HILL House and Senate Office Buildings AIHEC Staff 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM RECEPTION HOSTED BY RCCA SPONSORED BY AMERICAN PUBLIC UNIVERSITY HOLIDAY INN CAPITOL Discovery Ballroom Randy Smith Nichole Mitchell

THURS. FEB. 25 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM DEBRIEFING SESSION : CAPITOL HILL MEETINGS HOLIDAY INN CAPITOL Discovery Ballroom Carrie Billy Meg Goetz 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM SELECTED PRESENTATIONS BY TARGETED FEDERAL AGENCIES ON KEY INITIATIVES & OPPORTUNITIES

FRIDAY FEB. 26 Travel Day

So Venida Chenault what’s your excuse going to be this time? People are getting tired of them.

haskellnews commentary 02/21/2010

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2 responses to “Haskell Indian Nations University’s Acting President Venida Chenault cancels Haskell’s Student Senate President’s AIHEC trip.

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    snowing (anonymous) says…

    Why is Venida getting away with all of this? When is she going to be replaced?
    Why is AIS running the Haskell campus right now????

  2. haskellnews commentary posting for
    jungle (anonymous) says…

    Janice honey you should just sue the socks off of Venida, that woman is a nut case along with her friend crazyhair. Sorry she is treating you so badly. Isn’t there some sort of a rule against her harrassing you like this?

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