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Resident Assistant team chosen

April 18

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A panel of four Sierra Nevada College staff members chose six students on March 30 to be the new resident assistants for next school year. Director of Housing Jayce Coziar, Director of Student Affairs Lizzie Hernandez, Director...

Research takes professor to destinations abroad

April 18

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While most of us will spend our summers lounging at the lake or working summer jobs, Humanities Professor Dr. Robert King will spend the summer furthering his research at a number of workshops and institutions. King has been...

With accreditation comes great acclaim

April 18

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A band of nine suited men and women visited Sierra Nevada College April 11-13 with the task of evaluating everything from building quality and campus life to financial sustainability and academic curriculum. The evaluators...

Climate change presentation doesn’t aim to change minds

April 4

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The lack of disagreement about climate change caught guest speaker Howie Spero off guard. A crowd consisting of community members and about 20 students attended a presentation about climate change entitled “The Changing Seas”...

Signs voice need for silence in Prim Library

April 4

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When Senior Will Folkers entered the Sierra Nevada College library on Tuesday, March 13, he sat down and immediately put on black and white Skullcandy headphones. Folkers explained that this was due to the increasing sound levels...

Gillette frames future of SNC at Fireside Chat

April 4

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On Tuesday, March 20, students, faculty and Incline community members had the opportunity to directly converse with President Lynn Gillette in a two-hour Fireside Chat in the Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences. After a...

Lake Tahoe ski resorts begin to announce closing dates

April 4

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Following a record-breaking season, some locals would say this winter never really started.  April 15 marks the date that the first resorts will close in the greater Lake Tahoe area putting a start to the end of the 2011/2012...

NASA grant ensures SNC’s Earth Science program is ready for takeoff

April 4

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Dr. Andy Rost, Ph.D, who represents the ever-growing Science and Technology Department at Sierra Nevada College, has exciting news for the school. Geology, Meteorology, Soils of Death Valley, Climatology and Hydrology are six...

Prim Library coffee shop still in the works

March 21

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With hopes of the coffee shop making a return to Prim library pushed aside, the SNC bookstore has recently taken control of the situation, serving coffee, tea and other various snacks to keep study hungry students happy and busy. Business...

Burning Man class uncertain due to ticket issues

March 21

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In September 2010 a three-credit class known as NWGN 430: Burning Man Installation embarked on a journey to Black Rock City, the third largest city in Nevada for one week out of the year. Twelve students spent the semester planning,...

Study abroad program aims to get more students involved

March 21

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The opportunity has always been there, but few students have heard it knocking. For the past five years, Sierra Nevada College has had a formal Study Abroad program, although not many students seem to know about it. Director...

Eagle’s Eye staff attends college journalism conference in Seattle

March 21

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The Eagle’s Eye earned second place in Best of Show at the National College Journalism Convention hosted by the Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) March 2-4 in Seattle. “I honestly did not see it coming,” said Rich Cooch,...

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