Bound to Sierra Nevada College dining services by meal plans or convenience, students frequently complain about the quality of cafeteria food. An Eagle’s Eye poll confirms this campus discussion, as 70 percent of the students surveyed are rarely satisfied with cafeteria food.
The Eagle’s Eye bids farewell to Managing Editor, Jenn Sheridan, Photo Editor Jake Pollock and A&E Editor Patrick Hoeppner who will graduate May 18.
There are just a few days of school left in the semester for the students of Sierra Nevada College, and from May 15-18, a handful of activities will take place, each a great time for the graduating students, their families, and the alumni to celebrate and appreciate the past year at SNC.
The bookstore at Sierra Nevada College is providing students with study materials, food, drinks, and school clothing in a convenient on-campus location. Recently, the store has been going through some changes and a restructure. Anna-Marie Jones, the bookstore manager, explains why the restructure came about.
Sierra Nevada College students showed a potential future in teaching while volunteering at Incline Elementary School. English professor Chris Anderson selected students Austin Ford and Viking Roald as volunteers for Eric Harssema’s second grade classroom. Both students were eager to assist as mentors for the kids.
Our environment’s surrounding lakes, rivers, streams, groundwater system, reservoirs, canals, levees and ditches are highly managed, according to Andy Rost, assistant professor of Science and Technology. For the first time in roughly 10 years, Rost is reviving the Hydrology course in Sierra Nevada College’s Earth Science curriculum.