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A Tribute to our Mother

Jamie Wanzek

April 22, 2016

Filed under News

Mother Earth: the ground under our feet, the water we drink and the oxygen we breathe, deserves homage through every step and breath. As April 22 is deemed National Earth Day, the SNC Green Council is not only celebrating thi... Read more »

SNC Composting Program: Marina McCoy turns food waste into flowers

Terra Breeden, Staff Reporter

April 7, 2016

Filed under Campus, Feature, Sustainability

Imagine if all of the apple cores, half-eaten muffins and cold macaroni noodles Sierra Nevada College students threw in trash cans were composted to grow flowers, fruits and vegetables. That’s the goal of Marina McCoy’s se... Read more »

Fundraising “oil” to the SNC machine

Terra Breeden, Staff Reporter

March 24, 2016

Filed under News

Known as the “Stanford of the Sierras,” Sierra Nevada College has a unique approach to education. The school offers a variety of programs that encourage students to think outside the box. However, keeping those innovative... Read more »

Getting full with an empty pocket

Hannah Greene, Staff Reporter

March 24, 2016

Filed under Community

"Incline Village has some hidden gems where getting filled up is attainable for the college student."

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Tech Talk with Keifer Bly: NSA and Google Spying

Keifer Bly, Campus Editor

March 3, 2016

Filed under News

We use the internet for a great many things in our daily lives. All of us. We use it for communicating, entertainment, education, and more. However, what needs to be considered is just how much of our information we turn ove... Read more »

Alan Walker’s vision for SNC: financial stability

Terra breeden, Staff Reporter

March 3, 2016

Filed under News

Every morning, Sierra Nevada College President Alan Walker rubs the sleep from his eyes, staggers downstairs and joins his rowdy students in the cafeteria for breakfast. Currently living on campus in the residential hall, Walker is... Read more »

Diamond Peak Rail Jam: One Fine Day

Bliss Summerstone, Staff Reporter

March 3, 2016

Filed under Community, Outdoor

Snowboarders were flipping over in the air on Friday, February 26 at Diamond Peak's Rail Jam competition, and the weather was a sunny warm 57 degrees.  Out of the hundred spectators a half dozen were seen wearing shorts an... Read more »

Faculty of the Fortnight: Rick Parsons

Bliss Gerogiev, Staff Reporter

February 18, 2016

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Faculty of the Fortnight, Feature

The first floor of the Holman Art building is home to Art Professor Rick Parsons. Clay pots, sculptures and ceramics fill the room along with a thin layer of dust from the clay. Students work intently on their projects wh... Read more »