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Northeast Community College to look at options in addressing new student housing

Northeast Community College to look at options in addressing new student housing

November 14, 2013

NORFOLK – The Northeast Community College Board of Governors has authorized college administration to look at options to address possible new student housing on campus. Over 350 students currently live on-campus in the College’s residence halls and apartments, but each year, hundreds of students...

CPR training units donated to NECC

CPR training units donated to NECC

November 13, 2013

NORFOLK – The Allied Health Division at Northeast Community College has been presented Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) devices to help train people in the life saving technique. Four “Little Anne” CPR training unit manikins have been donated to the College by the National Automobile Dealers...

Foreign students continue to flock to U.S. colleges

November 12, 2013

By Jason Song Los Angeles Times (MCT) The number of international students studying at U.S. colleges and universities rose to a record high last year, according to a new study. The private University of Southern California was their most popular destination, with 9,840 international stude...

Hawks volleyball team falls to Central

Hawks volleyball team falls to Central

October 25, 2013

NORFOLK – The Northeast Community College volleyball team fell to Central Community College-Columbus in straight sets Thursday night. The scores were 25-20, 25-18, and 25-13. Brittany Sullivan led the Hawks with ten kills followed by Nazya Thies with 16 digs and Maggie Earney’s 27 assists. Thies and ...

Part Two: The Face Of Janey Burks

Whitney Tyrrell, Author

October 9, 2013

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...

What to build and where to build it?

What to build and where to build it?

Jackson Miller, Shift Editor

September 30, 2013

Author Doug Coupland once said, " If a building looks better under construction than it does when it s finished, then it's a failure." The Building construction class at Northeast community college is an extensive course that teaches  students a wide variety of skills need to complete houses and other...

Roller coasters, trapeze lessons and more: Top kid-friendly hotel attractions

Roller coasters, trapeze lessons and more: Top kid-friendly hotel attractions

September 19, 2013

www.Oyster.com MCT If you want to plan a family vacation with wow factor, look no further: Picking a hotel with one of the following kid-friendly attractions will earn you major points with your kids. And with activities this fun, you just may end up acting like a kid yourself. WATER PARKS ...

PTA NueroLab

PTA NueroLab

Jackson Miller, Shift Editor

September 7, 2013

The Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA)  NueroLab, located in Ag Allied health room 204, is a special place where PTA students can apply their physical therapy techniques for various neurological disorders.This room is used for two classes a week, but students can be found here on a daily basis studying...

The Continuous Cannabis Controversy

Brittany Hinkel, Shift Editor/ Cartoonist

February 7, 2013

On Nov. 6, legislation was passed to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Colorado and Washington. Since then, there has been a serious debate about whether or not the recreational use of marijuana is safe, much less acceptable. In order to fully understand the underlying issue, it is important...

Best Apps for Back to School

Best Apps for Back to School

Nicole Winters, Reporter

January 21, 2013

Getting back in gear for college can be tough. New classes, teachers, and homework can be hard to balance. Here are five of the best apps for your iPhone, iPad, or Android phone, that can help you get organized and on the right track for the semester. No matter what your majoring in these apps will...

To Test or Not to Test

Daira Gentrup, Graphic Artist

December 4, 2012

The end of the semester is worst part of the year for any college student. There are colds, flus and other illnesses flying around. You have to make it home to see you family for the holidays and you have to remember everything thing your professors have said in the last 16 weeks. Sounds like a pretty...

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