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Field trips lead to revisions for Northeast humanities courses

Field trips lead to revisions for Northeast humanities courses

February 20, 2018


Filed under Campus, Short Stories

NORFOLK, NE – Field trips serve as a valuable tool to any student by allowing them to gain a better sense of real world experiences. Two Northeast Community College instructors have done something similar by incorporating what they learned during their own experiences off campus that will not onl...

Original writings from New Voices

Original writings from New Voices

Steven Hamling, reporter

October 5, 2017


Filed under Campus, Entertainment, Poetry, Short Stories

Stories and poetry can come from any corner of the universe.  Whether you're a professional author, or an amateur writer, a person has a story they want  to tell.  It is all just a matter of getting your story heard. That is what took place at the Creating Stories and Poetry course readings on October...

The Short, Crazy Life of Ginny Dare

The Short, Crazy Life of Ginny Dare

Karly Liska, Author

February 20, 2014


Filed under Short Stories

There’s a spider on the wall.  Back and forth, weaving a web, the light dancing off of the thread.  The spider is small and black and – an elbow nudges my arm.  I glance over and my father is glaring at me.  “Pay attention,” he hisses at me.  I look over on my other side to see that my mot...

Happy Halloween-Story by: Whitney Tyrrell;Picture by: Dillon Krueger

Whitney Tyrrell

October 31, 2013


Filed under Short Stories

“They’ll eat your insides and suck out your blood.” My older brother continued the legend of Mr. and Mrs. Corpse that supposedly lived in the house down the street.                 “Quit trying to scare me Zach it’s not going to work.” I stuck out my tongue at him even ...

Part Two: The Face Of Janey Burks

Whitney Tyrrell, Author

October 9, 2013


Filed under Short Stories

A fair warning to all my beloved readers, this week it's a bit short due to personal reasons! Next week though I will make up for it! Enjoy! -Whitney   Janey I can’t believe I actually just did that. Who knew I had the guts? “Alright you lose.” I walked up to Georgia. “What do...

Part One: The Face Of Janey Burks

Whitney Tyrrell, author

October 1, 2013


Filed under Short Stories

Janey New Year. New Faces. New stares. New judgments. I walked into the classroom and watched as a few girls laughed at my lack of fashion sense, I took a seat in the back where no one had sat down yet. I watched as more people filed in and right before the professor came in I saw a curvier set girl wa...

The Tragic End of Secret Agent Goldie

Angela Richart

September 28, 2013


Filed under Fiction, Short Stories

It always starts on a lovely morning.  The day seemed like any other; I was cheerfully floating around my sparkly bowl. It was a new mission that I was especially excited for. I had a chance to observe a girl who, to my understanding, was a very promising writer. I carefully watched the large human...

Pay Attention to Your Surroundings

Pay Attention to Your Surroundings

Mary Smith

September 24, 2013


Filed under Fiction, Short Stories

She saw him sitting alone across the room. He was so cute. The way his brown hair fell over his left eye sometimes. He had such gorgeous blue eyes that all she wanted to do was stare into them. She just loved everything about him. He knew what everyone’s animal was from the Chinese zodiac, after only...

Author notes, ‘New York, the Upper East Side’

Whitney Tyrrell, Author

September 24, 2013


Filed under Fiction, Short Stories

Hello Readers! It's Whitney here and I'm going to give you all a little follow up on my short story series. Yes this story may be over but I'll be working on something new next week so it's all good! My inspiration for this series came from the popular hit TV show, "Gossip Girl" I changed the title,...

Part Three: New York, the Upper East Side

Whitney Tyrrell, author

September 24, 2013


Filed under Fiction, Short Stories

                    “Oh my gosh I will never remember any of this.” I hit my head on the desk in the library. “You’ll be fine why are you so worried? It’s one thing.” Soph held the notecard up. “I don’t know, I give up.” I sighed and she flipped the card. ...

Distractions

Distractions

Mary Smith

September 19, 2013


Filed under Fiction, Short Stories

She looked looked down at her iPhone and saw that she had a new video from Peter. It opened to his smiling face. "Hey sweets. You know I had to send you something today, cause you know even though we live so far apart, nothing could distract me from wishing you a Happy…" His eyes darted to...

Part Two: New York, the Upper East Side

September 19, 2013


Filed under Fiction, Short Stories

By: Whitney Tyrrell I woke up the next morning with a pounding head and in a bed I didn’t recognize. I shot up realizing I was topless so I covered myself quickly looking around the apartment. Where was I? What did I do? I sat there for a second before seeing a picture of him and a friend on the nig...

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