SNC South Africa Aid
A group of Sierra Nevada College students are going to South Africa to help develop Hananani Primary School in Dixie Village, which is in desperate need of some attention. The group needs help with funding for supplies for students in the underprivileged communities. Find out more about the trip, how the money will be spent and how you can help this group of students meet their goal at - https://rally.org/f/8DnABnJYjqW?fb_action_ids=10153938867955514&fb_action_types=og.likes&fb_ref=cta_bar&fb_source=aggregation&fb_aggregation_id=288381481237582
In 2014, Allen was selected as the class Valedictorian out of a pool of qualified candidates based on her GPA, how she embodies SNC’s four core themes [Liberal Arts, Professional Preparedness, Entrepreneurial Thinking, Sustainability], community service and school involvement.
MSNBC political analyst, frequenter of Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO, campaign strategist and public relations worker, Steve Schmidt, will give Sierra Nevada College’s 44th Commencement Address for the graduating class of 2014 at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 17, on Patterson Lawn.
Whether she is traveling from building to building at Sierra Nevada College or traveling overseas to Afghanistan or South Africa, Mary Lewellen makes a mark everywhere she goes. As an associate professor of International Studies, Lewellen uses her experience and knowledge to encourage students at SNC to make the world a better place.
Homecoming-Weekend-203With its currently undefeated season coming to a close, the Sierra Nevada College Men’s Lacrosse team confidently prepares for their final game against University of Nevada, Reno at 2 p.m., Saturday, April 26 at UNR.
The Sierra Nevada College Women’s Lacrosse team ended its inaugrual season with a win against the Humboldt State Lumberjacks, 6-5
I’ve always been passionate about nature: how it works and how to be a part of it. Brought up by outdoor enthusiasts, I innately knew nature’s rhythms from the beginning. My parents, who owned a popular rafting company in Mount Shasta, Calif. bestowed me with an everlasting appreciation for the one thing that always brings me joy and has taught me how to live simply – the wilderness.