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Northeast Community College to host 17th annual Spooktacular children’s carnival

Northeast Community College to host 17th annual Spooktacular children’s carnival

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October 22, 2019

NORFOLK – A number of Northeast Community College students are preparing to entertain area children next week during the 17th Annual “Spooktacular” children’s carnival. The event will be held Wednesday, October 23, from 5:30 to 8 p.m., at the Chuck M. Pohlman Agriculture Complex, located on...

Northeast women fall at home to Iowa Central

Northeast women fall at home to Iowa Central

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October 10, 2019

NORFOLK, Neb. – After scoring a goal in the first 10 minutes of the match, the Northeast Community College women’s soccer team looked to be in the driver’s seat in an ICCAC game against Iowa Central Community College.   However, two goals in the final half by Iowa Central proved to be ...

Northeast’s AG-Ceptional conference to focus on “strong” women

Northeast’s AG-Ceptional conference to focus on “strong” women

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October 1, 2019

NORFOLK – Women in agriculture will be the focus at Northeast Community College this fall. Registration is currently underway for the 11th annual Northeast Community College AG-ceptional Women’s Conference – a day-long event to be held on Friday, November 22, in the Lifelong Learning Center on th...

Northeast Community College in Norfolk to offer basic computer classes

Northeast Community College in Norfolk to offer basic computer classes

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September 10, 2019

NORFOLK – Northeast Community College in Norfolk will offer a series of basic computer classes on three consecutive Wednesdays beginning in mid-September. Basic Computer I (INFO 5105/19F & CRN #60348) will be held Wednesday, September 18, from 1-4 p.m., in the Lifelong Learning Center (LLC) on th...

Rediscovering South African heritage decades after apartheid

Rediscovering South African heritage decades after apartheid

BookTrib

June 7, 2019

BookTrib (TNS) Ask South African author, businesswoman, and entrepreneur Jesmane Boggenpoel about living under apartheid, and she’ll tell you it wasn’t just political systemic racial segregation. At its core, it was a period during which as a South African woman of color she felt countless intern...

Concentrating on Audio Recording and Technology

Concentrating on Audio Recording and Technology

Pauline Chiungwiza

May 8, 2019

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...

‘Avengers: Endgame’ marks Stan Lee’s final cameo: ‘It was like Santa came to set’

‘Avengers: Endgame’ marks Stan Lee’s final cameo: ‘It was like Santa came to set’

Christina Schoellkopf

April 23, 2019

Los Angeles Times (TNS) LOS ANGELES — “Avengers: Endgame” actress Karen Gillan was in her trailer on the set of “Guardians of the Galaxy” when she heard a knock at the door. Someone was eager to see her intricate makeup as Nebula, an adopted daughter of the intergalactic warlord Thanos. A mus...

‘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

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

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...

How to: make a scrapbook

Kaylea Kuhlman, Reporter

April 2, 2019

NORFOLK-- Scrapbooks are an incredible way to have your memories displayed. These days most people stick to having their photos digitally displayed online. While this can be handy, having your pictures physically shown in a book allows you to show more creativity. It is also fun to flip through your albums...

Movie review: Stretched thin, live-action ‘Dumbo’ doesn’t achieve liftoff

Movie review: Stretched thin, live-action ‘Dumbo’ doesn’t achieve liftoff

Katie Walsh

March 26, 2019

(TNS) Disney’s 1941 animated feature “Dumbo,” about the little circus elephant who could fly, left some deep emotional wounds. It’s one of Disney’s most devastating films. But it was also aesthetically daring, almost avant-garde, and ahead of its time, rich with intense pathos and visual in...

Brie Larson looked super at ‘Captain Marvel’ premieres

Brie Larson looked super at ‘Captain Marvel’ premieres

Moira Macdonald

March 19, 2019

The Seattle Times (TNS) So, what do you wear to your big premiere(s) when you’re the newest Marvel superhero? Brie Larson, who stars in “Captain Marvel,” went two different routes. For the London premiere, Larson looked dramatic in a royal-blue, off-the-shoulder Valentino; voluminous, sure, but noth...

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