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  • September 11, 2014

    Lacrosse teams move forward

    In 2013, Sierra Nevada College surprised the community with an addition to the athletics department: a lacrosse team. According to the head of the women’s team, Honora Fallon-Oben, last year the SNC lacrosse teams were considered provisional teams within the Western Collegiate Lacrosse League, or WCLL. “For the first year, the SNC team’s stats and […]

  • September 11, 2014

    Student organized benefit concert raises over 6K for ARC

    Giving vibrations flowed through the trees of the Truckee Regional Park from noon to 10 p.m. on Sunday, Sep. 7. Sierra Nevada College Interdisciplinary students sophomore- Justine Nelson and Senior Jason Maynez’s service learning project ARC in the Park was held at the Truckee Amphitheater. The mellow fundraising concert was the brainchild of by Sean […]

  • September 11, 2014

    Lake Tahoe circles the drain

    Drought conditions are getting worse in California and Nevada as the summer comes to a close.  According to the Drought Monitor report by U.S. agriculture and weather experts at least 58 percent of California is currently affected by the most severe drought seen in decades. Three months ago, only a quarter of the state was […]

  • September 11, 2014

    SNC growth leads to dynamic master plan

    As the school year begins, students scramble around campus getting back into their groove, smiles and small talk occur. High on the list of topics is the noticeable growth of Sierra Nevada College. Since 2006, the SNC student population has doubled, and now has an enrollment of 549 undergraduate students. With many graduate students in […]

  • September 11, 2014

    Staff Editorial

    One of the greatest hurdles that any news source has to overcome these days is simply gaining the trust of its audience. A single hour spent watching a televised news broadcast is enough to turn almost anyone away from the whole enterprise. Human error plagues our reputation. But for me this is perplexing because people’s […]