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The ‘Infinity War’ question: Is alluding to a new movie’s controversial end over the spoiler line?

The ‘Infinity War’ question: Is alluding to a new movie’s controversial end over the spoiler line?

July 6, 2018


Filed under Activities, Entertainment, Fiction, Movies, Television

Can we please talk about film review spoilers without spoiling anything for anybody? Can we respect even the most spoiler-sensitive wishes on this one? We can do that. Can’t we? I’m bad. Already I’m having a hard time playing this one straight. It’s all I can do to ROSEBUD IS THE SLED refrain...

John Lasseter’s six-month leave of absence is almost up — but return to Pixar not likely

John Lasseter’s six-month leave of absence is almost up — but return to Pixar not likely

June 10, 2018


Filed under Activities, Entertainment, Fiction, Movies, Television, Top Stories

Pixar and Disney animation head John Lasseter’s six-month leave of absence is coming to end as more allegations about inappropriate behavior — including his treatment of women and credit-hogging — have come to light. Longtime colleagues claim in a piece published by The Hollywood Reporter Wedne...

Northeast continues to train the next generation of media professionals

Northeast continues to train the next generation of media professionals

May 11, 2018


Filed under Activities, Business, Campus, Local News, Meet Northeast, Top Stories

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 that are being used by the next generation of media professionals at Northeast Community College. Now...

‘Avengers: Infinity War’ to kick off summer season with a bang

‘Avengers: Infinity War’ to kick off summer season with a bang

May 9, 2018


Filed under Activities, Movies, National, Opinion, Technology, Television

The summer movie season will kick off early this weekend with “Avengers: Infinity War,” the third installment in Disney and Marvel Studios’ sprawling “Avengers” saga that may push the Marvel cinematic universe to new heights. The superhero release is expected to easily conquer the weekend...

Media Arts student projects debut at Norfolk 7 Theatre

Media Arts student projects debut at Norfolk 7 Theatre

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May 4, 2018


Filed under Activities, Campus, Top Stories

The Media Arts department at Northeast Community College will debut student video projects at the Norfolk 7 Theatre Sunday, May 6, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. The event is free and open to the public. Video features from Broadcasting's Hawk Voice, created for the Digital Storytelling classes for 2017-2018...

Award Winning Poet and Filmmaker Max Stossel speaks at Northeast

Award Winning Poet and Filmmaker Max Stossel speaks at Northeast

Steven Hamling, reporter

April 26, 2018


Filed under Activities, Campus, Top Stories

Award winning poet and filmmaker Max Stossel  visited Northeast Community College  on April 18th, at Hawks Landing. Max Stossel is an award winning poet + filmmaker, and one of the leaders of the Center for Humane Technology, a movement to realign technology with humanity's best interests. His wo...

Northeast Phi Beta Lambda competes at the Nebraska State Leadership Conference

Northeast Phi Beta Lambda competes at the Nebraska State Leadership Conference

Hunter Bergman, Web Developer and Reporter

April 5, 2018


Filed under Activities, Campus, Top Stories

Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) club members used their professional skills to compete in a variety of competitions at the Nebraska State Leadership Conference in Kearney March 28-30, 2018. Students competed in everything from Cyber Security to Business Presentation events. Phi Beta Lambda is an organization...

Join the Lawdawgs football team

Join the Lawdawgs football team

Steven Hamling, Reporter

March 29, 2018


Filed under Activities, Sports, Top Stories

The Lawdawgs are a local football organization based out of Norfolk, Nebraska, who are looking to recruit new players to their team. The organization began in 1996 and was known as the Dakota Lawdawgs before moving to Norfolk in 2011. The Lawdawgs are a semi pro team, who are playing in the Midwest Football...

Northeast students selected as members of the Nebraska Intercollegiate Band

Northeast students selected as members of the Nebraska Intercollegiate Band

March 29, 2018


Filed under Activities

Two Northeast Community College students have been recognized for their exceptional musical abilities. Connor Lemke-Elznic and Seth Rivest were selected to participate in the annual Nebraska Intercollegiate Band. The group was made up of approximately 90 outstanding instrumentalists from colleges a...

Extreme Bowling

Extreme Bowling

Luna Sierra, Reporter

February 27, 2018


Filed under Activities, Campus, Entertainment, Top Stories

Wacky Wednesday’s Extreme Bowling was held on February 21 at King’s Lanes in Norfolk, Nebraska. It was a free event for all current Northeast students and $5 for guests. Many students enjoyed this fun evening when the bowling alley is dark and the lanes are lit with black and neon lights for the...

Phi Beta Lamda recruitment party

Phi Beta Lamda recruitment party

Steven Hamling, reporter

February 23, 2018


Filed under Activities, Top Stories

On Wednesday, February 21, Phi Beta Lambda held a  party in the lower half of Northeast Community College Student Center.   The party  was used to try and recruit people into  Phi Beta Lamda, but also served as as a fun, networking event for students who wanted to learn about business and leadership...

Love Written on Arms

Love Written on Arms

Steven Hamling, Reporter

February 15, 2018


Filed under Activities, Campus, Top Stories

On February 14, 2018,  Northeast Community College students lined up in Path Hall to have the word 'love' written on their arm.  The event was hosted by To Write Love on Her Arms, an organization dedicated to raising self awareness about suicide, depression, and self cutting. Carissa Kollath, Director...

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