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B4BC: Shredding the love for 20 years

Terra Breeden, Staff Reporter

April 26

Filed under News, Showcase

Music wafted over the crowd as a band played onstage. A posse of young female athletes stretched out on the sunny resort rooftop, practicing yoga and enjoying the view. Colorful booths displayed snowboard products and offered games...

Eagles take Lumberjacks and break top 10 in nation

JACKSON HEATH, News Editor

April 21

Filed under News

With spring making a triumphant return, the sun brings warm and active days back to Tahoe. The Men’s Lacrosse team made their long-awaited home game debut on April 16 at the Tahoe Vista field. The Eagles faced the Humboldt ...

Psychology department faculty offer diversity in approach

hannah greene, Staff Reporter

April 21

Filed under News

  Hannah greene Staff Reporter The Psychology Department at Sierra Nevada College often goes under the radar. However, the department hsa accrued numerous awards and caters to students who are practicing many different...

Raising funds for the funs

Danny Kern and Jamie Wanzek, Photo and News editors

April 21

Filed under Campus, Community, News, Sports

    The clouds sat low, skimming over the ridge line atop Donner summit directly above the the top gate of old forty highway. They passed bring spots of sun and patches of mist. Though these deceiving clouds didn’t ...

DISCUSS AND CONQUER

Rachel lightner, Staff Reporter

April 7

Filed under News

The discussion of war seems to have no end. Although the topic is many ­sided with continually changing ethics and procedures, it is important to be educated and know what is happening in our society. Many changes, advancements a...

Lament

Lament

April 6

Aftermath: War, What is it Good For? Writers in The Woods speaker Benjamin Busch explains his book Dust to Dust

Bliss Summerstone, staff reporter

March 24

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News

“What makes the grass green?” Busch asked while reading a passage from his memoir Dust to Dust, often described as an ironic, brutal and humorous read. “Blood, blood, blood,” was the answer yelled out by the aut...

Fundraising “oil” to the SNC machine

Terra Breeden, Staff Reporter

March 24

Filed under News

Known as the “Stanford of the Sierras,” Sierra Nevada College has a unique approach to education. The school offers a variety of programs that encourage students to think outside the box. However, keeping those innovative...

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