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Student showcase in Garage Door Gallery: Flor Widmar

March 4

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Community, Core Themes, Liberal Arts

Staff Reporter Flor Widmar, Bachelor of Fine Arts major will hold her BFA Showcase from 5-7 p.m. this Friday in the Garage Door Gallery, with an artist lecture at 5:30 p.m. in the Holman Arts Center room 203. Her installation titled...

Student showcase in Garage Door Gallery: Flor Widmar

March 4

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Flor Widmar, Bachelor of Fine Arts major will hold her BFA Showcase from 5-7 p.m. this Friday in the Garage Door Gallery, with an artist lecture at 5:30 p.m. in the Holman Arts Center room 203. Her installation titled,  “Devoción...

The Piano Recital

March 4

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Core Themes, Liberal Arts, Multimedia

Sierra Nevada College showcased its musical side with a recital on campus to exhibit the piano and voice classes Professor Donna Axton, the director of Music Studies, offers. The event took place Feb. 24 in the Patterson Hall. The...

Writers in the Woods: Mark Maynard

February 18

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

CORBIN USINGER / EAGLE’S EYE Mark Maynard will be speaking at Writer’s in the Woods March 6-7. Grind showcases the unique stories found in Reno.   By Dominick Montelaro The “Biggest Little City in the World,” ...

Asian Cultural Forum Club plans Chinese New Year

February 18

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

On Feb. 28, Sierra Nevada College will hold an event to celebrate the Chinese New Year. The event will be held from 3-7p.m. at Patterson Hall. At the event, there will be Chinese-style dancing, food, crafts, and possibly more. This...

Open-Mic Night encourages expression bi-weekly in David Hall

February 18

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On Feb. 10, Sierra Nevada College hosted Open-Mic Night, an event usually held every two weeks. This event is held on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on the first floor of David Hall. About 20 people attended the show. Emily Provencher...

Don’t bite off more than you can chew: a restaurant review of “Bite” in Incline Village

November 20

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

BY RICK CONWAY Contributor Bite is an ambitious modern restaurant-bar, especially in small, rustic feeling, Incline Village.  The atmosphere has a contemporary, stylish twist with woody, naturistic undertones. Modern Jaz...

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