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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 Community College.   With schools moving totally online, students were encouraged to stay home and social distance. This has put a stop to what members of the Student A...

Two years ago, she competed on ‘The Voice.’ Now she’s the star of a coronavirus block party

Two years ago, she competed on ‘The Voice.’ Now she’s the star of a coronavirus block party

Tribune News Service

May 7, 2020

UPLAND, Calif. — Alexa Cappelli doesn’t usually perform in the middle of the street. But drastic times call for drastic measures. So there she was on a recent afternoon, perched on a chair, guitar in hand, outside the Upland home where she was raised. A handful of people formed a wide semicircl...

Barack and Michelle Obama to give televised commencement speech for 2020 graduates

Barack and Michelle Obama to give televised commencement speech for 2020 graduates

Tribune News Service

May 5, 2020

Former President Barack Obama will deliver a commencement message to the 3 million high school seniors graduating this month in a televised prime-time special. Announced last week, “Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class of 2020” will also feature appearances from LeBron James, Ma...

Selena Gomez is bringing a quarantine cooking show to HBO Max

Selena Gomez is bringing a quarantine cooking show to HBO Max

MCT Campus

May 5, 2020

Singer and actress Selena Gomez is bringing a quarantine cooking show to HBO Max this summer. Announced Tuesday, the as-yet-untitled series, starring and executive produced by Gomez, will air 10 episodes of “unapologetically authentic” cooking alongside a rotating cast of master chefs who will ...

Northeast students apply for aid through CARES Act

Northeast students apply for aid through CARES Act

Special to the Viewpoint

May 5, 2020

NORFOLK - Northeast Community College students who have experienced financial hardships as they continue their education during the COVID-19 pandemic are getting some assistance through the federal government. Congress approved the $2.2 billion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, w...

US colleges brace for a devastating summer and fall

US colleges brace for a devastating summer and fall

MCT Campus

April 28, 2020

For many U.S. colleges, the worst may still be ahead. The upheaval in higher education has been unprecedented already, with campuses closed for months, graduation ceremonies scrapped and entrance exams canceled. Administrators across the nation increasingly fear their schools may not reopen for the...

Northeast students weigh in on impact of COVID-19 on their education

Northeast students weigh in on impact of COVID-19 on their education

Special to the Viewpoint

April 28, 2020

NORFOLK, Neb. – Members of the Student Leadership Association (SLA) at Northeast Community College regularly keep in contact with their peers, but with no students on the Norfolk campus for the remainder of the spring semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they did the next best thing - they have ...

Online shopping won’t get you hard-to-find items during coronavirus. ‘They’re not going to have any more success getting toilet paper than you are.’

Online shopping won’t get you hard-to-find items during coronavirus. ‘They’re not going to have any more success getting toilet paper than you are.’

MCT Campus

April 23, 2020

Think you’re going to find online the frozen vegetables and toilet paper you can’t find in stores? Think delivery is going to be quick? Think again. Grocery stores aren’t just battling to stock shelves in stores. They also are swamped with online shoppers who are placing more orders and buying more...

Barking dogs, toys, makeshift prompters: Behind the scenes with stay-at-home TV anchors

Barking dogs, toys, makeshift prompters: Behind the scenes with stay-at-home TV anchors

MCT Campus

April 21, 2020

LEXINGTON, Ky. — In this new era of social distancing and working from home, many people are getting used to meeting online. Maybe a few of us have even thought about what’s on the wall behind us. But what if your living room or kitchen was on display for thousands? Or your dog starts barking, or...

Northeast business students compete in virtual competition

Northeast business students compete in virtual competition

Special to the Viewpoint

April 21, 2020

NORFOLK– Northeast Community College business and information technology students are not letting the disruption in their education due to the COVID-19 pandemic stop them from showcasing their skills. Several members of the College’s Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) Team placed in several areas in the 202...

My spring clothing quarantine clean out

Kaylea Kuhlman, Editor in Chief

April 20, 2020

NORFOLK- To fill my extra time during this pandemic, I have begun to spring clean my room. I created a video to show my process going specifically through my clothes, both drawers and closet. I also showed the method I use for folding shirts and pants. Overall I think the video turned out a lot better than I had expe...

B-movie legend Roger Corman wants to see your quarantine film

B-movie legend Roger Corman wants to see your quarantine film

MCT Campus

April 16, 2020

LOS ANGELES-It’s safe to say no living filmmaker has done more with less than Roger Corman, the king of the B-movie who has produced or directed some 400 films over the last six decades. Now, with the coronavirus pandemic bringing the film industry to a standstill, Corman is challenging others to follow h...

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