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‘Tootsie’ turns 1982 gender politics into a post-MeToo musical with 11 Tony nominations

‘Tootsie’ turns 1982 gender politics into a post-MeToo musical with 11 Tony nominations

Josh Getlin

June 7, 2019

Los Angeles Times (TNS) NEW YORK — There’s a game-changing moment early in “Tootsie,” the new Broadway musical based on the 1982 film, when an iconic but dated comedy suddenly gets new life — and cultural relevance — in 2019. In a first-act scene, lead producer Rita Marshall is meeting...

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...

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...

How to make your own rustic dream catcher

How to make your own rustic dream catcher

Pauline Chiungwiza

March 12, 2019

Dream catchers are a very common type of room decor that teenagers, as well as anyone who likes to save a little money on decorating, is interested in. Some choose to buy them while others choose to make them. The results are usually the same. Although the one who chooses to make them on their own can...

Viewpoint students find fashion styles for $15

Pauline Chiungwiza, Reporter

January 31, 2019

  Rearranging closets according to the change in seasons is a norm for everyone who wants to have stylish, yet convenient and comfortable clothing throughout the season. Buying new clothes for the winter, summer or fall doesn’t seem like that much of an issue. But it can be for colle...

Northeast Volleyball Season at Southeast Tournament

Northeast Volleyball Season at Southeast Tournament

August 28, 2018

Hawks volleyball opens season at Southeast Tournament BEATRICE, NE - The Northeast Community College volleyball team opened their 2018 season at the Southeast Community College Tournament here today. The Hawks started strong, sweeping Williston (ND) State College in the first match (25-14, 25-12, 25-14)...

Kevin Hart explains attempt to get on Super Bowl stage: ‘When alcohol is in your system, you do dumb stuff’

Kevin Hart explains attempt to get on Super Bowl stage: ‘When alcohol is in your system, you do dumb stuff’

February 6, 2018

Kevin Hart’s brazen attempt to celebrate onstage with the Philadelphia Eagles after their Super Bowl victory was motivated by a little liquid confidence. The comedian — who was shut down by a security guard as he approached the stage after Sunday’s game — explained in an Instagram video that ...

Hawks Point second year of food service

Hawks Point second year of food service

Steven Hamling, reporter

November 15, 2017

Hawks Point, located in Path Hall, is now in its second year of serving food to the Northeast  community. The Viewpoint's Steven Hamling went to the cafeteria to see what was going on.

Aiming for a horror boom: The producers of the blockbuster film ‘It’ ponder the genre’s future in Hollywood

Aiming for a horror boom: The producers of the blockbuster film ‘It’ ponder the genre’s future in Hollywood

October 17, 2017

LOS ANGELES — The Beverly Hills offices of KatzSmith Productions are filled with the kind of treasures one would expect from the company that helped create “It,” currently the highest-grossing horror film of all time at the global box office. Haunting the conference room is an immense cineple...

Get published at Northeast

Get published at Northeast

Clarissa Cerny, Reporter

May 18, 2017

If you are a student at Northeast Community College, you have the opportunity to see your poems, fiction, art work, and photography published. The student created booklet called Voices Out of Nowhere has been around for years and gives bards, artists, and shutterbugs the chance to display their work...

Students and staff have a blast with virtual reality

Students and staff have a blast with virtual reality

Bryce Wheaton, Reporter

April 21, 2017

Northeast Community College students Bryce Wheaton and Logan Solis of The Viewpoint set out to let students and faculty try out a virtual reality headset and captured their reactions.

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