Students created their own videos for the Short Film Festival on Sept. 27 to compete for the grand prize of renting a jet ski for three hours at Action Waters Sports on Hyatt Beach.
Find out how five freshmen won by mastering tricks with a Japanese toy made of wood and string.
Art Professor Russell Dudley and Gallery Coordinator Logan Lape fundraised and planned months in advance to ensure Project Overlook’s success on the playa. Below is a discussion with the artists regarding on-the-spot revisions, working conditions and an unexpected pitch with the wind.
Coffee may not be available in the Redfield Cafe, but student art can be purchased there until 5 p.m. this afternoon.
The “Tilt” Pop-Up Shop is a temporary marketplace for Sierra Nevada College artists. Art professor Mary Kenny and the experimental printmaking class occupied the former coffee shop for a total of two days to sell their handmade goods and inspire use of vacant public spaces.
Three date cancellations, two venue changes and one stormy morning couldn’t stop the 2nd annual Jibs 4 Kids from happening this past weekend at Sky Tavern.
The freestyle competition’s first day of activities was postponed from Saturday March 31 until the following afternoon due to wind hold and unfavorable weather, however Sierra Nevada College Senior Stefan Moore explained such hang-ups are inherent in the ski industry.
The former location of the infamous Grog and Grist is undergoing a transformation into an Italian restaurant, deli, liquor store and full bar. DiMaggio’s at the Lake is Incline Village’s newest business, and Owner Garry DiMaggio II plans to create an environment welcoming to students, Incline residents and tourists.
The energy level soared at the 36th annual Bohemia Night student talent show on April 5 in the Patterson Dining Hall at Sierra Nevada College, where at one point students Jake Denney and Zaira Perez danced on tables to the songs “YMCA” and “Thriller” during the Student Government Association skit.
Director of Student Activities Will Hoida organized the event. Unique to this year’s Bohemia Night, there was a pre-event with a Kony 2012 themed tie-dye activity that took place on April 3. This event was organized by Director of Student Affairs Lizzie Hernandez.