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The Virtual Student: The Nomad

The Virtual Student: The Nomad

Kaity Bauer, Writer

February 27, 2018

Hello everybody, welcome back to the misadventure that is my life.  I have a life update for you all, I am moving again! I know what you are all thinking, “But, you just got here!” That is very true, I literally just moved back to Norfolk in December. But, an amazing job has opened in Grand Isl...

The Virtual Student: Socializing or at Least Trying

The Virtual Student: Socializing or at Least Trying

Kaity Bauer, Writer

February 22, 2018

Hello everybody! Welcome back to the misadventure that is my life. After my last article I feel like most of you are under the impression I have no friends. I am here to correct that I have friends, they just live about forty-five minutes away in Wayne, Nebraska. So, I have only one local friend, w...

Experiencia Estudiantil en Grandes Ciudades vs Pequenas Pueblos (Student experience in big cities vs small towns)

Experiencia Estudiantil en Grandes Ciudades vs Pequenas Pueblos (Student experience in big cities vs small towns)

Luna Sierra, Reporter

February 20, 2018

Esta entrevista se realizo en Northeast Community College (NECC) en Norfolk, Nebraska para el periodico Viewpoint de NECC. Esta entrevista se realizo en el estudio 135 en el edificio Maclay, alli entrevistramos  a Gabriel Galeano, un estudiante internacional. Donde Gabriel nos hablo acerca de su experiencia...

The Virtual Student

The Virtual Student

Kaity Bauer, Writer

February 15, 2018

Hello everybody! I am a student here at Northeast Community College but you would never know that. Why you ask? Well, I am mostly an online student. I have one on-campus class at night, and does that even count as a class? I mean half of the people should be paying attention and aren't. The reason...

Northeast’s opening baseball games moved up due to impending weather

February 6, 2018

NORFOLK, NE – Northeast Community College will begin its inaugural season of men’s baseball this week. However, due to an impending winter storm, two doubleheaders against Hesston College (KS) that were originally scheduled for Saturday, February 10, and Sunday, February 11, in Hesston, KS, will n...

Employees at Northeast in South Sioux City donate to those in need

Employees at Northeast in South Sioux City donate to those in need

February 1, 2018

SOUTH SIOUX CITY, NE – Casual Friday normally allows people to be a bit more comfortable in the workplace, but the gesture also allowed a few people a bit of joy over the recent holidays. On certain Fridays over the past year, faculty and staff at Northeast Community College in South Sioux City drop...

Northeast graduates, Summer and Fall 2017

Northeast graduates, Summer and Fall 2017

January 30, 2018

Here is the list graduates for Northeast students of Summer and Fall 2017, Congratulations graduates.   Northeast students complete studies for degrees, diplomas and certificates NORFOLK, NE - Two hundred fifty-three students completed their degree, diploma or certificate programs in Summ...

International Student Club a window to the world

International Student Club a window to the world

Luna Sierra, Reporter

December 13, 2017

Do you have an interest in new cultures, learning a new language, or sharing information with foreign students?  Northeast Community College has a multicultural club for everyone, it is the International Student Association. In this club, international students and US students are welcome to join to...

Business & Technology: Dean of Business & Technology Dr. Wade Herley

Business & Technology: Dean of Business & Technology Dr. Wade Herley

Tim Johnson, Reporter

November 21, 2016

If you’ve had a Business and Technology class at Northeast, it’s likely that Dr. Wade Herley had a hand in making sure the students and faculty have what they need to make it an effective learning experience. Dr. Wade Herley is the Dean of Business and Technology here at Northeast Community College....

Washington State University sororities, frats ban all social events due to alcohol-fueled issues

November 11, 2016

PULLMAN, Wash. — Sororities and fraternities at Washington State University have been banned from hosting campus events, in a move by the groups’ governing bodies to improve their negative reputation plagued by sexual assaults and other problems. In a letter issued Monday, the Interfraternity (IFC)...

Left Wing, Right Wing, or Chicken Wing?

Left Wing, Right Wing, or Chicken Wing?

Kim Taylor

October 8, 2016

Are you a Northeast college student that needs to get registered to vote and not sure who stands for what cause?   You still have time to register and can do that at Hawk’s Point in the new dorm from 8-9am on Oct. 13th.   Also don’t forget to get your FREE wings and t-shirt at the info table on...

Put down that iPhone, board games are back in style

Put down that iPhone, board games are back in style

Mark Lange, Reporter

October 7, 2016

If you love board games and are looking for something to do on a boring Thursday night, there's a club especially for you. The Northeast Board, Cards, and Dice Club, or BCD Club, is the place for you. BCD is the place where you can sit down with fellow students to play board games and have fun. Games...

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