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Concentrating on Audio Recording and Technology

Concentrating on Audio Recording and Technology

Pauline Chiungwiza

May 8, 2019


Filed under Campus, Top Stories

NORFOLK-- At Northeast Community College, students are trained by their instructors to enhance and improve their skills according to their program of study. One of the concentrations in the media arts department is audio recording and technology, and it is designed to prepare students for entry level...

Graphic design students get up-close look at workplaces; portfolio show set for April 27

Graphic design students get up-close look at workplaces; portfolio show set for April 27

Special to the Viewpoint

April 23, 2019


Filed under Campus

LINCOLN - Students in the graphic design program at Northeast Community College received a preview of their future careers during a visit to Lincoln recently. The students visited the offices of three organizations in Lincoln, including communications agency Swanson Russell; Firespring, a marketing, print and so...

Governor Unveils Tax Plan

Governor Unveils Tax Plan

Learfield Wire Service

April 18, 2019


Filed under State

LINCOLN --  Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts is promoting his tax proposal.  The governor's plan would increase the state property tax credit program by 51-million-dollars per year.  The measure would also place a three-percent limit on the spending of property tax proceeds.  Ricketts has also spoken...

‘Avengers: Endgame’ leaked footage prompts Marvel fans to leave social media

‘Avengers: Endgame’ leaked footage prompts Marvel fans to leave social media

 Nardine Saad

April 16, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Movies

Los Angeles Times (TNS) Leaked footage of Marvel’s highly guarded “Avengers: Endgame” has prompted spoiler-averse fans to retreat from social media. The long-awaited superhero film is due in theaters April 26 and has already been breaking box-office presale records. Disney has made painstaking ef...

‘Pet Sematary’ directors on rebooting the horror classic: How do you scare Stephen King?

‘Pet Sematary’ directors on rebooting the horror classic: How do you scare Stephen King?

Jen Yamato

April 9, 2019


Filed under Entertainment

Los Angeles Times (TNS) First published in 1983, Stephen King’s supernatural chamber tragedy “Pet Sematary” was a dark tale of terror that Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kölsch both devoured growing up separately as budding filmmakers and horror fans in Long Island, N.Y. Like scores of King devotee...

Northeast broadcasting students assist in raising funds for flood relief

Northeast broadcasting students assist in raising funds for flood relief

Special to the Viewpoint

April 2, 2019


Filed under Campus

NORFOLK – Nebraskans have dealt with historic flooding, evacuations, the loss of homes, farms, and ranches, and in some cases, have had their communities cut off from the outside world. Through it all, fellow Nebraskans have come through and have stood by those impacted by floodwaters with all kind...

Suspect Accused Of Striking Officer With Car

Suspect Accused Of Striking Officer With Car

Learfield Wire Services

March 28, 2019


Filed under State

LINCOLN--A man is accused of striking a Lincoln police officer with his car.  Thirty-six-year-old Kirt Pelowski allegedly struck a police officer with his car as he sped out of a parking stall near 32nd and Huntington streets early Sunday morning.  The officer suffered minor injuries, and Pelowski's...

Students and faculty talk about how they were affected by the Nebraska floods

Kaylea Kuhlman, Reporter

March 21, 2019


Filed under Talkin' hawks

The Viewpoint staff went out and got real life experiences from a student and faculty member on how they were personally affected by the Nebraska March 2019 floods.

Lincoln limits city water

Lincoln limits city water

Learfield Wire Service, Reporter

March 19, 2019


Filed under State, Uncategorized

(Lincoln, NE)  --  Lincoln police have responded to multiple calls of people violating the city's water restrictions.  Mayor Chris Beutler ordered the restrictions on Sunday, forcing residents to restrict the amount of water they use because of flooding at the well fields in Ashland.  Since then,...

State prisons experiencing historic overcrowding

State prisons experiencing historic overcrowding

Learfield Wire Services

March 19, 2019


Filed under State, Uncategorized

LINCOLN --  Nebraska state prisons are currently as crowded as they have ever been.  The Omaha World-Herald reported that there were over 55-hundred inmates in state prisons as of Monday March 18, over two-thousand more than what those prisons were designed to handle.  State Corrections Director Scott...

February 21, 2019


Filed under Campus

https://youtu.be/gtEjRryiWsU Northeast Community College Students share their opinions on the parking situation on campus.

Northeast international business students work with their counterparts at Danish college

Northeast international business students work with their counterparts at Danish college

Special to the Viewpoint

February 12, 2019


Filed under Campus

NORFOLK– Students in Cara Hoehne’s International Business class at Northeast Community College have had the opportunity to get a glimpse of what working on a global scale beyond classroom walls truly means. Hoehne and Karen Spray, administrative professional instructor at Northeast, took five of the studen...

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