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  • October 23, 2014

    Let’s hear it for the home team SNC Men’s Lacrosse Team wins first home game

    BY DOMINICK MONTELARO On Saturday, Oct. 11, the Sierra Nevada College men’s lacrosse team faced Santa Rosa Junior College(SRJC) in their first home game of the new season. There was no shortage of familiarity between the two sides, as six players transferred from SRJC to SNC in the past year. One of the new players, […]

  • October 23, 2014

    Student spotlight: Michael Ballew

    BY Rebecca ashley    Michael Ballew uncovers a clay sculpture that sits on a shelf in the Holman Building. He places it on the table and begins explaining the thought that went into the creation of the piece sitting in front of him, a piece he’s sculpted for his Bachelors of Fine Arts Show that […]

  • October 23, 2014

    SGA Forum sheds light on student concerns

      If you could take one hour out of your day to find an explanation for all of the questions you have regarding what is happening to Sierra Nevada College, would you? When the Student Government Association held its last student forum on Nov. 7, 2012, only five students showed up. At the next forum, […]

  • October 23, 2014

    WONG RUNS FOR IVGID

    BY JAMIE WANZEK Since earning the top ‘vote-getter’ in the primary elections this June, Business Department Chair Kendra Wong has been campaigning for a position on the Incline Village General Improvement District(IVGID) Board of Trustees. “I am running because I think I am well positioned to represent many different voices in our town. I see […]

  • October 23, 2014

    Faculty of the Fortnight: Katie Zanto

    BY Natalie Clark Postles   Katie Zanto, mother, wife and the chair of Interdisciplinary Studies at Sierra Nevada College joined the faculty in the winter of 2004, and is currently at the end of her 10th year here at SNC. Zanto, while currently the chair of Interdisciplinary Studies, was originally hired to teach a few […]

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