There aren’t many places that you can go today that don’t have security cameras. Shopping malls, restaurants, grocery stores and many schools across the nation are full of them. The motive may be different for each place that sports this type of device, but most of the time, cameras go unnoticed and have become just a part of regular day life.
Sierra Nevada College (SNC) has already installed cameras in the Tahoe Center of Environmental Sciences and commenced planning for the installation of more cameras into the Prim-Schultz dormitory by next fall.
Late at night, while most students are fast asleep, Tyler Prange is working hard at Diamond Peak to ensure that each run is perfectly groomed. A Ski Business and Resort Management major by day and Diamond Peak vampire by night, Prange is setting himself up for a career in the ski business.
Over the past few weeks black bears have become a danger to themselves as well as the community. Bears have broken into Sierra Nevada College dorm rooms, off-campus students apartments, and a few cars in the Incline Village area. SNC has taken action to educate students about bear etiquette in order to avoid inappropriate human-bear interaction in the future.
Prim-Shultz dormitory on the Sierra Nevada College campus flooded due to sprinkler damage on Saturday, Oct. 5 and damaged 9 total rooms. The cost for repair is still unknown.