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Students and staff have a blast with virtual reality

Bryce Wheaton, Reporter

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Northeast Community College students Bryce Wheaton and Logan Solis of The Viewpoint set out to let students and faculty try out a virtual reality headset and captured their reactions.

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Bryce Wheaton, Sports Reporter

Staff Job Title: Sports Reporter


Major: Mass Media


Hometown: Lyons, NE


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