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Border Control

Nicholas Galantowicz, Assisting Managing Editor

March 24

Filed under Community, News, Showcase, Uncategorized

In 1996, California was the first state to legally enact a medical marijuana program with the approval of Proposition 215, most commonly known as the Compassion Use Act, then augmented by Senate Bill 420.  The state of Nevada...

Tech Talk with Keifer Bly: TOR Network

Keifer Bly, Campus Editor

March 24

Filed under News, Technology

The TOR Network and the TOR software are a system that helps internet users protect their personal information online by preventing ISP monitoring of the websites that they visit and who they communicate with, as well as enabling users...

How to spend summer 2016 with SNC

March 24

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...

SNC Freeski and Snowboard Teams Kick-Off USCSA Nationals

Jamie Wanzek and Rachel Lightner

March 10

Filed under News, Sports

2,800 miles from home, across the country at Whiteface Mountain, New York the Sierra Nevada College Free Ski and Snowboard teams are prospering amongst the best collegiate snowsport teams, at the 38 annual USCSA Nationals...

Tech Talk with Keifer Bly: NSA and Google Spying

Keifer Bly, Campus Editor

March 3

Filed under News

We use the internet for a great many things in our daily lives. All of us. We use it for communicating, entertainment, education, and more. However, what needs to be considered is just how much of our information we turn ove...

Alan Walker’s vision for SNC: financial stability

Terra breeden, Staff Reporter

March 3

Filed under News

Every morning, Sierra Nevada College President Alan Walker rubs the sleep from his eyes, staggers downstairs and joins his rowdy students in the cafeteria for breakfast. Currently living on campus in the residential hall, Walker is...

Dueling Views: Nevada Senate Bill 374

Jamie Wanzek and Nick Galantowicz

February 18

Filed under Dueling Views, News, Opinion

Young Americans are exposed to marijuana and other drugs most prevalently in college. College is for trying new things and exploring our boundaries, right? But because Nevada legalized medicinal marijuana, are we more incline...

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