One downfall of going to a smaller school is fewer classes being offered. Sierra Nevada College is working hard to reverse this stigma. With a rather extensive array of unique classes, nearly every department has something new to... Read more »
By Andy Rost
Hello Sierra Nevada College community members,
I would like to introduce you to a new column in the Eagle’s Eye. This semester’s Meteorology class (Earth Sciences 201) will be hosting a bi-weekly article i... Read more »
I’d like to address my concerns regarding the building of a presidential residence on campus. I, along with many other students whom I’ve spoken to on this subject, have grave concerns regarding the impact of this project.... Read more »
Students buzz into Prim Library Room 320 and chat with friends. Many pop open their computers, listen to music and sip their favorite drinks as they wait for class to begin.
The projector atop its perch is ready to display... Read more »
On May 1st, 2013 Sierra Nevada College held its Senior Symposium, a collection of senior projects from soon to be graduating students.
Nearly 30 different projects were presented to faculty, students and the local community.... Read more »