Kyle Barnedt, Contributor
Filed under Campus, Faculty of the Fortnight, Feature
The chatter of students and teachers fill the open space of Rick Winfield’s office.
More than just a cubicle, it’s an accepting space, open for the purpose of working together and sharing ideas, something Winfield finds important in edu...
Filed under Campus, Feature, News, Travel
As students begin their summer plans for when the spring semester comes to a close, life will still be bustling on the campus of Sierra Nevada College. Classes continue through the summer, and several programs are offered for S...
Terra Breeden, Staff Reporter
Filed under Community, Outdoor, Sustainability, Travel
With their spongy, brain-like appearance and mottled brown coloring, morels look more like a discarded bathroom loofah than a gourmet treat. However, these wild North American mushrooms are prized for their nutty, steak-like fla...
Jamie Wanzek, News Editor
Filed under Campus, Community, Travel
The act of learning a foreign language not only broadens one's dimensions of communication, it also strengthens listening skills and memory. According to the results of the Louisiana Report on foreign language “Stude...
Brian Gass, Contributor
Filed under Faculty of the Fortnight
Early morning, students stroll into class still in the mindset of sleep, but Professor Steve Ellsworth is bright eyed and bushy tailed, with a cup of coffee patiently waiting for all his students to arrive. “Good morning st...
Rachel Lightner, Staff Reporter
Filed under News, Outdoor, Travel
There is a wild and unexplainable type of happiness that occurs from being in the mountains. To be in the heartland of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, with breathtaking terrain as far as the eye can see, is mesmerizing....