Incline Village has not decided on the type of town it wants to be.
Does Sierra Nevada College exhibit pride? Students raving about exceptional professors, unprecedented academic opportunities, and location, location, location, seem to believe so, not to mention the ski and snowboard team’s record-breaking accolades.
In the wake of Sierra Nevada College’s Eagle’s Eye Newspaper article regarding the Student Government Association’s budget, several students were riled up about the finances surrounding events and the newly incorporated SGA conference, but few of those objectors have found an advantageous outlet for their woes. This pattern of passivity is a noted trend on campus where big talk yields little follow-through.
In many towns, college students make up the majority of the population, boost the local economy and are welcomed as productive members of the community. We hope Incline Village considers us to be a positive contribution to the area. However, we believe one element does not regard us as such.
Though not all residents are particularly concerned with the antics of Sierra Nevada College students, Washoe County Sheriff’s Office has taken the opportunity to make an example out of even our most harmless offenses.
We’re not all journalism nerds clutching at our notepads, pens and cameras.
Journalism can be defined as the investigating and reporting of news, events, issues and trends through a plethora of media sources beyond newspapers.