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Three Minute Miracle Deep Conditioner by Aussie Review

Lilly Ryken December 15, 2021

I had already known about this product before I purchased this item because I am familiar with the brand Aussie. A popular brand that is sold at most drug stores like Walmart Target and, Walgreens. I decided...

Youth to the People Kale and Green Tea Cleanser

Lilly Ryken December 15, 2021

  For so long I have been looking for the best overall skin cleanser and I think I finally found it. I’m going to be reviewing Youth to the People’s cleanser. I personally have dry skin...

TWIST by Ouidad Review

Lilly Ryken December 15, 2021

Ouidad hair products have come out with a new product line. TWIST by Ouidad, has three different lines within their new launch. The product TWIST has three different moistures. One drop means that your...

Northeast dropped the mask mandate on Oct. 25

Lilly Ryken November 23, 2021

The mask mandate on campus was originally dropped in the Spring of 2021. The college brought back the mask mandate on the first day of the Fall semester as positive covid cases started rising. The mask...

Brain Anderson was awarded the Nebraska Community College Association Faculty Member Award

Lilly Ryken November 8, 2021

Each community college gets to have a faculty member that the administration has chosen for the Nebraska Community College Association Faculty Member Award. For Northeast Community college, Anderson was...

Northeast Theatre is Preforming a play that will have you laughing hysterically

Lilly Ryken October 18, 2021

Watch a play fall apart right in front of your eyes. Not really, but really. Northeast’s theatre production is putting on a play, about a play. The play is a load full. The first act is the cast rehearsing...

Students started off fall at Husker Harvest Days

Lilly Ryken October 13, 2021

Agriculture’s leading companies connect farmers by hosting exhibitors showing their updated farm equipment, tractors, combines and additional farming supplies and services. Northeast Community College...

Students, staff and professors are trying to return to normal after a year of being in a global pandemic.

Lilly Ryken October 7, 2021

  With Northeast Community College opening completely since Covid in 2020, the school has been busy with having many students on campus compared to last school year. There was only 1/3rd of...

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...

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