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Vote your conscience

Jackson Heath, News Editor

September 29, 2016

Filed under Opinion

So in the most polarizing, most important and by far most bizarre election to date, take a moment to take a deep breath and really think about who you are voting for. What do they represent? Where does their campaign money come from? What is their voting record? What is their overall character? What are all the options available?

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Martis Valley Development

Aaron Vanderpool, Contributor

September 29, 2016

Filed under Community, Opinion

Since the publishing of this article, the board tentatively approved Martis West in a 4-1 vote.  I want to call the SNC community’s attention to a local issue that ties directly into your education as something to think cri... Read more »

Wilderness orientation creates strong base for SNC students

Jackson Heath, News Editor

September 15, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Outdoor

To be a WO leader, you have to be willing to be both an ambassador for the school and the ideals they embody as well as a mentor for the new students attending SNC.

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Get Involved with your Passions on Campus

Celine Holland, Contributor

September 15, 2016

Filed under Core Themes, News, Opinion, Sustainability

So now having a general concept of sustainability as a discipline, if you got a chance to read last week’s column, I take you forth to the concentration of societal sustainability. A concept which is constantly in my cravings fo... Read more »

What the F@ck

Hannah Greene, Campus Editor

September 1, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Traffic in Tahoe I learned how to drive in Vermont in a town with one stoplight, then moved to New York City for two years. Tahoe is and in between, but it has definitely raised my level of road rage. I don't know where to... Read more »

Veteran Facebook Groups Encourage Suicide Prevention

Benjamin Lewis, Contributing Writer

September 1, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Veterans come from all walks, granted with a significant slant towards impoverished and less fortunate circumstances.  But, one thing everyone learns in boot camp, regardless of background, is that it does not matter where y... Read more »

Staff Editorial: Neglected women’s teams, coaches quitting, and women’s golf missing in action? Sports, we need to talk.

Jackson Heath, News Editor

May 5, 2016

Filed under Campus, Community, Sports, Staff Editorial

  Sports have been a central point of many schools. Sports help create a sense of school pride. The programs create and build character in the athletes who participate. They are also a fun way to let off steam at the end of a lon... Read more »

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 »

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