In Gayle Brandeis’ classroom, the students read aloud stories from their lives that they have just put onto paper. Brandeis smiles warmly and adds supportive commentary after every piece. Writing has been at the center of he... Read more »
BY Natalie Clark Postles
Katie Zanto, mother, wife and the chair of Interdisciplinary Studies at Sierra Nevada College joined the faculty in the winter of 2004, and is currently at the end of her 10th year here at SNC. Zan... 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 »
The Third Wednesday Readings taking place in the Prim Library are a way for faculty and guest speakers to informally interact with the students at Sierra Nevada College. On Wednesday Sept. 17, Thomas Wade Brown, instructor of Hu... Read more »
You enter and hear nothing but silence.In this dimly lit space, students gather and study. It’s a calming atmosphere of tranquility.Here and there among the library’s stacks, students grab books.
Often they’re greete... Read more »
Patricia Smith is an amazing professor. On top of this, she is an award winning poet and a well known writer. Get a glimpse into her life and how she became the writer she is today.
Illustrious storyteller Patricia Smith recently won the 2013 Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize from the Academy of American Poets for her most recent collection of poetry, “Shoulda Been Jimi Savannah.”
Founded in 1975, the Lenore Marshall Poet... Read more »