Is the current leadership at Haskell allowing the rescinding of student write ups?
Is the current leadership at Haskell allowing the students to learn a sad game of how to stay at Haskell? By letting students show up for classes every now and again so they can stay free of charge in the dorms for 5, 6, 7, years or more at a time without getting a degree?
Is the current leadership at Haskell more concerned with letting the teaching staff have days off, then holding classes for students?
Who’s in charge of all those grants that Haskell has? Where is the money going? Why isn’t the current leadership calling for an audit of Haskell finances?
Is the Haskell union trying to get Venida Chenault in as Haskell’s next president?
Of course the Haskell union (FEDERATION OF INDIAN SERVICE EMPLOYEES) is all about the best interest of the Haskell employees, who has the students best interest at heart? Apparently not the current leadership?
Is the current leadership at Haskell looking out for the best interest of a few chosen employees?
Venida’s doing such a good job pleasing the employees and not graduating the students, maybe she should become Haskell’s next president? After all Haskell has become an employment agency hasn’t it? It certainly isn’t a university with a one percent graduation rate.
If the current leadership at Haskell continues to make the students concentrate on keeping their rooms clean maybe the students can get jobs at the nearest Holiday Inn cleaning rooms, most likely without the degrees they came to get, that’s about all they will be able to do, isn’t it?
While Haskell’s current leadership collects their government pay checks.
We truly hope Haskell get’s a real president, who comes in and cares not about the employees, but all about the students.
Maybe Haskell parents should start demanding that their kids receive an education? One thing is for sure The United States Government isn’t going to. Nor is Larry Echohawk, The current Haskell leadership, The Bureau of Indian Education, or President Barack Obama…. are they?
haskellnews commentary 02/02/2011