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Dueling Views: Drones

April 7, 2016

Filed under Campus, Community, Opinion

Jackson Heath - News Editor On April 1, eight protesters (six of them veterans) gathered out front of Creech Air force Base in Nevada. It is home to one of the many military-run lethal drone programs that have been used in parts of the Middle East such as Pakistan, Afg... Read more »

Dueling Views

Jamie Wanzek and Megan Herbst, News Editor & Managing Editor

March 24, 2016

Filed under Dueling Views

Presidential Democrat candidate Bernie Sanders, is proposing a new layer in our society’s system: free college education. For his campaign, Sanders created the “College For All Act”, a bill making all four-year public co... Read more »

Dueling Views: Nevada Senate Bill 374

Jamie Wanzek and Nick Galantowicz

February 18, 2016

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 inc... Read more »

Staff Editorial: We’re feeling the “Bern”

February 18, 2016

Filed under Campus, Staff Editorial

The voting power that our generation possesses is enormous— but you wouldn’t know it by looking at the numbers. There are many reasons why members of the age demographic between 18 and 29 choose not to vote, including disenchantment... Read more »

Staff Editorial: New Year, New Beginnings

Staff Editorial, Eagle's Eye Staff

December 11, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

The Eagle’s Eye would like to formally welcome all the new and returning students and faculty to the 2015 fall semester. We here at the Eagle’s Eye are excited for what’s in store this year. After tumultuous years with... Read more »

Staff Editorial: Interrupting a ‘Social Environment’

Staff Editorial

December 11, 2015

Filed under Staff Editorial

To move forward with the semester we have to spend more time in the library. Midterms are at the end of the week and we are starting to think about classes for the spring semester. For these reasons, having the library open adequat... Read more »

Dueling Views

Meghan Herbst and Jackson Heath

December 11, 2015

Filed under Dueling Views, Opinion

Meghan Herbst Managing Editor   Grey-haired Vermont native Bernie Sanders may be the first candidate in living memory with the gall to campaign under the moniker “democratic socialist.” As CNN anchor Anderson Cooper ... Read more »

Hello from Bali!

Hello from Bali!

December 11, 2015

Dueling Views

Meghan Herbst and Jackson Heath

December 3, 2015

Filed under Dueling Views, Opinion

  By Meghan Herbst Managing Editor There’s an interesting dialectic being “covered” by the media. PC (politically correct) culture seems to be “on the rise” at university and college campuses around the nation, supposedly pr... Read more »

Staff Editorial: Syrian refugees

December 2, 2015

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What kind of people are we when accepting that an ultimatum to Syrian refugees--heck, even any other immigration wave--leaves America with some kind of deprivation? Let’s not forget our country was spawned directly due to colonial... Read more »

Sierra Nevada College’s parking capacity

Nick Galantowicz

November 13, 2015

Filed under Campus, Opinion

As the winter blows in and Sierra Nevada College students buckle down to finish off the semester strong, parking citations on the SNC campus continue to be dished out. All students wishing to park on campus are asked to fil... Read more »

Is it time for more gun control in America? Or does gun education need an update?

October 28, 2015

Filed under Dueling Views, Opinion

Stephanie Coates Feature Editor Pro Gun Control If guns are supposed to make us safe, America should be the safest country in the world. We have more guns per capita than any other place in the world. This is far from ... Read more »