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  • November 20, 2014

    NORMINGTON RETIRES FROM ON-CAMPUS TEACHING

    BY REBEKAH ASHLEY Asst. News  Editor   Tears ran down the side of Senior Kailey Lewis’s face, landing on the keyboard of her Macbook as she read Rick Normington’s Facebook post. “Well, it’s official; I’m retiring again,” the post read. “This time from on-ground teaching at SNC. As my ALS progresses, I’m getting too weak […]

  • November 20, 2014

    POW FIGHTS AGAINST CLIMATE  CHANGE

    Protect Our Winters teams with winter sport industry to generate activism to slow climate change.   BY DANNY KERN Design/Photo Editor   As Jeremy Jones glides along the wind-scorned ridge, his split board crunches through the sun baked snow like teeth biting into a piece of toast. He’s been skinning since the sun rose over […]

  • November 20, 2014

    FACULTY FEEL THE PINCH OF A TIGHT BUDGET

    BY saGE SAUERBREY Managing Editor   As Sierra Nevada College finds its footing in the realm of financial security, the budget remains as delicate as ever, and the college faculty have certainly felt the pinch. “In general, salaries at the institution are something that we are very concerned about,” Provost Shannon Beets said. “We know […]

  • November 20, 2014

    HOMELESS in PARADISE

    A fulfilling life choice for some, a devastating turn of events for others BY JAMIE WANZEK Staff Reporter   The evening is coming to a close at the Sierra Nevada College campus. The hustle and bustle of students is replaced with moonlit shadows from the canopying pines, while the library and art studio hold quiet […]

  • November 20, 2014

    SGA collects over 400 cans for Project Mana

    Katie Russie SGA Dir. of Public Relations   This year, members of the Student Government Association decided to make a bigger impact on the community and used two of their popular fall events (the Halloween Dance and Casino Night) as a way to give back. SGA asked for canned food donations in exchange for Halloween […]

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