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Members of the Student Activities Council discuss what they miss most from college before the coronavirus pandemic

Members of the Student Activities Council discuss what they miss most from college before the coronavirus pandemic

Kaylea Kuhlman, Editor in Chief May 15, 2020

NORFOLK - As the coronavirus pandemic has hit around the world, one major place it has affected is schools. More specifically, it has affected some colleges, one of these colleges being our very own Northeast...

Norfolk Awarded $1.125 Million for Johnson Park and Riverfront Improvements

Norfolk Awarded $1.125 Million for Johnson Park and Riverfront Improvements

Special to the Viewpoint April 16, 2020

NORFOLK-The State of Nebraska recently announced the City of Norfolk was awarded $1.125 million through the Civic Community Center Financing Fund (CCCFF) to help fund Johnson Park and Riverfront Improvements. The...

My reaction to the coronavirus - from a college student and an essential worker

My reaction to the coronavirus – from a college student and an essential worker

Kaylea Kuhlman, Editor in Chief April 7, 2020

 NORFOLK - Over the last month, just about everyone has been impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.   As most schools, Northeast Community College is going online for the rest of the semester. If...

Northeast research on COVID-19 indicates social distancing is critical in controlling spread

Northeast research on COVID-19 indicates social distancing is critical in controlling spread

Special to The Viewpoint April 2, 2020

NORFOLK - New research from Northeast Community College indicates the public should continue to heed the call of authorities in practicing social distancing to prevent the further spread of the COVID-19...

The latest updates on Covid-19 in Nebraska

The latest updates on Covid-19 in Nebraska

Learfield Wire Services March 26, 2020

--  Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts is temporarily stopping evictions for residents whose job status has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.  The governor signed an executive order yesterday...

Northeast Community College to lock buildings to minimize spread of COVID-19

Northeast Community College to lock buildings to minimize spread of COVID-19

Special to The Viewpoint March 24, 2020

NORFOLK, Neb. – Northeast Community College will begin offering all credit classes in an online format and limit access to the general public to all of its campuses on Monday, March 23, as the COVID-19...

Young children get extra learning time at Northeast Community College

Young children get extra learning time at Northeast Community College

Special to The Viewpoint February 18, 2020

NORFOLK– A day off from school allowed some young children whose parents are employed at Northeast Community College to get in some extra learning time with students enrolled in the institution’s Early...

Northeast Community College student runs own studio

Regan Dorcey, Reporter December 10, 2018

Northeast Community College is a place students can learn about their passion and interest. Student, Ben Viergutz, took advantage of the opportunities Northeast gave him. In May of 2018, he graduated from...

Northeast named one of the most affordable colleges in the country

Northeast named one of the most affordable colleges in the country

Special to the Viewpoint, Reporter October 25, 2018

SR Education Group, a leading education research publisher founded in 2004, has just unveiled their 2019 rankings on GuidetoOnlineSchools.com. The new best online colleges lists are the first to offer...

A look into the Tribine

Regan Dorcey, Reporter September 25, 2018

Husker Harvest Days is an event that is held in Wood River (near Grand Island) each year around the second week of September. There is a variety of companies and schools that have booths. One of those...

Brian Anderson, media arts - broadcasting instructor at Northeast Community College, explains camera and lens setting techniques to Emma Meisenheimer, Hartington, (center) and Madison Siedschlag, Pierce, students in the College’s Media Arts program. (Courtesy Northeast Community College)

Northeast continues to train the next generation of media professionals

May 11, 2018

NORFOLK, NE – If you saw the feature motion pictures Mad Max: Fury Road or Kingsman: The Secret Service, they were shot using the same type of cameras and equipment...

Northeast Community College Media Arts instructor Timothy Miller receives Public Service Award from Nebraska State Patrol Troop B

Nebraska State Patrol honors Northeast media arts instructor with public service award

Josh Crim , Editor in Chief/Reporter March 25, 2018

The Nebraska State Patrol has recognized a Northeast Community College faculty member for outstanding service to the agency. Media Arts Instructor Timothy Miller was presented with the Patrol’s Public...

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