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South Africa: a service learning class actualized

Henry Phillips, Contributor

December 11, 2015

Filed under Campus, Travel

During the trip students are engaged with many local community improvement projects. These projects range from playdates with children in orphanages, to helping improve local infrastructure by painting schools, repairing netting on gardens used for growing marketable crops and more. Even the small things we do in the local communities bring hope, smiles and new friendships.

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THE SNC STUDENT

Danny Kern, Staff Reporter

December 2, 2015

Filed under Feature

What brought you to SNC? What is it that differentiates our student body? What encompasses the token SNC student? Truth be told, the average Sierra Nevada College student is not your average college student at all. We each fou... Read more »

SNC Students Pledge “No More” During Domestic Violence Awareness Night

October 14, 2015

Filed under Campus, Community, News

At Domestic Violence Awareness Night, a photo booth station was set up where event attendees could pledge to take part in the NO MORE campaign. Individuals took a photo holding up a sign stating “no more (blank)”. Each... Read more »

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October 23, 2014

Improvements planned for Demonstration Garden

October 23, 2014

Filed under News

BY SAGE SAUERBREY Large scale work on the North Lake Tahoe Demonstration Garden is on hiatus until May due to seasonal building restrictions imposed by the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA) and other complications with the permit process. The relocation of the demonstration garden began on Oct. 6 when a private contractor hired by the college began moving earth and plants in preparation for the winter. According to Dianne Severance, director of Grants and Sponsored Programs, moving the plants in the fall ... Read more »

Faculty of the Fortnight:  Stacy Taylor

October 9, 2014

Filed under Faculty of the Fortnight

  Stacy Taylor is a popular professor with Sierra Nevada College students because of her unique way of teaching economics. She thinks that the best way to teach is to give students the chance to problem solve and hav... Read more »