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Dordt College Instructors To Speak At Northeast

Dordt College Instructors To Speak At Northeast

November 7, 2014


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The Northeast Media Arts department is hosting Dordt College's Digital Media Production Instructor Mark Volkers and Dean for Campus Life Robert Taylor, Monday, November 10, 12 p.m. in the Cox Theater. Volkers will talk about the 9th Annual Prairie Grass Film Challenge, a 48 hour film contest  hel...

Over 1,750 Students Take Part In 32nd Jazz Festival At Northeast College

Over 1,750 Students Take Part In 32nd Jazz Festival At Northeast College

March 28, 2014


Filed under Activities, Top Stories

NORFOLK – Over 1,750 students from high schools in four states took part in the 32nd Annual Northeast Community College Jazz Festival this week on the Northeast campus in Norfolk. Junior high and high school musicians in 90 groups from Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, and South Dakota participated in four...

Bar Exam Falling Out Of Favor

Bar Exam Falling Out Of Favor

February 6, 2014


Filed under Business, Campus

By Kim Lyons Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (MCT) PITTSBURGH — Across the country, law school graduates are preparing to take next month’s bar examination in order to get their licenses to practice law. Many will spend a few thousand dollars on an all-consuming preparatory course, even as they ...

It’s Always St. Patrick’s Day at McCarthy & Bailey’s Irish Pub

It’s Always St. Patrick’s Day at McCarthy & Bailey’s Irish Pub

Nicole Winters, Reporter

March 13, 2013


Filed under Food

St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner. The place to get into the Irish spirit is McCarthy & Bailey’s Irish Pub. Located on 423 Pearl St. in Sioux City, Iowa, this newly renovated downtown building is like walking into an actual Irish pub in the middle ages. Some of the main pieces in the...

The Value of Common Sense Tour

Waylon Goodwin, Shift Editor

October 21, 2012


Filed under National

Friday October 12, 2012, Christie Vilsack and former U.S. President Bill Clinton were in Sioux City, IA  for Vilsack's 'The Value of Common Sense' tour. An estimated 1,500 people huddled together Friday night, on Sioux City's historic Fourth Street to welcome Iowa’s former first lady Christie Vilsack,...

The movie “Bully” hits close to home

Connie Ogle, Writer of McClatchy Newspapers

April 10, 2012


Filed under Movies

For a film that understandably only scratches the surface of its topic, "Bully" carries a devastating emotional punch. A powerful examination of aggressive behavior in American schools, much of it unchecked by administrators, law enforcement, parents or any adult in authority. The movie focuses on a h...

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