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Another Mexican journalist has been killed … the third one this month

March 28, 2017


Filed under National

MEXICO CITY — Mexican journalist Miroslava Breach spent her final days documenting murders. She reported on the six people killed in a single night in her home state of Chihuahua, and on the assassination of a well-known environmental activist there. She wrote about the discovery of clandestine gra...

A fifth generation journalist looks at the past

A fifth generation journalist looks at the past

Marissa Lute, Editor

March 4, 2016


Filed under Campus, Local News, Top Stories

The Merriam-Webster Dictionary definition of the word ‘journalism’ is “the activity or job of collecting, writing, and editing news stories for newspapers, magazines, television, or radio.” But have you ever wondered what the definition was ten years ago? What about 20 or 50 years ago? Today’s...

Northeast Broadcasting And Mass Media Students Earn Top Honors

Northeast Broadcasting And Mass Media Students Earn Top Honors

April 24, 2015


Filed under Campus, Top Stories

CHADRON - Several Northeast Community College media students were the recipients of a combined 36 awards at the recent Nebraska Collegiate Media Association (NCMA) Golden Leaf Awards at Chadron State College here. Student staff members of KHWK, Northeast’s campus radio station, received 15 awards,...

Reading And Writing With The Norfolk Daily News

Reading And Writing With The Norfolk Daily News

Angela Richart

October 9, 2014


Filed under Campus, Top Stories

A new partnership between the Norfolk Daily News and Northeast Community College is currently underway.  As a part of the collaboration, the Norfolk Daily News is now available to students in the residence halls and the on campus housing.  According to Norfolk Daily News Editor, Kent Warneke, “This...

Northeast Nebraska High School Students Live College Life For A Day

Northeast Nebraska High School Students Live College Life For A Day

Darion Hanson

October 8, 2014


Filed under Campus

Nebraska high school students got a chance to skip school on Wednesday and see what college is really like. Students from 16-17 different schools, representing 20 different counties toured the Business and Technology classes at Northeast Community College in Norfolk. Stacy Strawn, Business Instructor...

Exciting New Horizons for The Viewpoint

Exciting New Horizons for The Viewpoint

Angela Richart

September 27, 2014


Filed under Campus, Top Stories

It's a new school year and The Viewpoint is officially up and running. There are a few new faces as well as a few old ones. The new commander-in-chief, I mean editor is the fearless, Angela Richart and the faithful second in command is Jackson Miller. Karly Liska is also returning staff from last year...

A Changing Profession: Journalism to Mass Media

A Changing Profession: Journalism to Mass Media

Angela Richart

February 28, 2014


Filed under Business, Campus

When you were younger you may remember your father reading the morning newspaper over breakfast. Today, however, news can be found on your phone, ipad or other mobile devices and many printed papers are going out of business. Northeast Community College recognizes these changing times and is therefore...

The Perfect Jeans

Elizabeth Cornett, Editor in Chief

November 19, 2013


Filed under Style/Fashion

Every woman should be confident in herself, in what she stands for, and especially what she wears. If you think that you are not good enough or pretty enough, think again, you are. You do not need the best genes to have the perfect pair of jeans in your wardrobe. Tell yourself every morning, you are...

Nicole Winters

Nicole Winters

January 25, 2013


Filed under Uncategorized

Hometown: South Sioux City, Neb Class: Freshman Major: Journalism Staff Position: Reporter Fun Fact: I lived in Europe for a year as a nanny.

I Got It From My Mama

I Got It From My Mama

Nikita Rector, Editor in Chief

October 23, 2012


Filed under Opinion

It's layout night, the traditional evening spent with coworkers, a computer and multiple articles to be finalized for print. Early in the evening the room was full of the hustle and bustle of any normal newsroom: loud music blaring, people hurriedly eating dinner, discussions going on here and there,...

The World is Turning, Journalism is Changing, and The Viewpoint Goes Digital.

Nikita Rector, Editor in Chief

September 14, 2012


Filed under Opinion

“Journalism is the first rough draft of history.” Philip Graham, publisher of the Washingon Post, said.   Print Journalism prospered throughout the 1900's but has slowly begun to decline, due to the rise in radio, TV, and Internet. It has been said however, that even with these other ...

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