The editor in chief of the student newspaper at Haskell Indian Nations University says the university president is threatening his First Amendment rights and teaching Native American scholars that they don’t have voices. Jared Nally, a Haskell junior and editor of The Indian Leader student ...
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Haskell president warns student editor against ‘attacks,’ threatens discipline; groups denounce action as First Amendment violation
The editor in chief of the student newspaper at Haskell Indian Nations University says the university president is threatening his First ...
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We’ve been waiting a while to see [the revamped Kansas men’s basketball schedule] and now that it’s out, we have a much better idea of ...
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The dog’s bark is worse than its bite, the old saying goes. It is not always true, a three-fingered man can attest, but it still is advice worthy of consideration ...