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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 »

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 »

“Houseless” in Tahoe

“Houseless” in Tahoe

February 4, 2016

Students have a voice

Students have a voice

December 11, 2015

Can we ban plastic bags in Incline Village?

May 7, 2015

Filed under Opinion

By Stephanie Coates & Jordan Petrilla Environmental sustainability: these two words have come together to form a well-known term that’s made its way into the vocabulary of almost everyone living in today’s society. With ... Read more »

Turn off the faucet at Sierra Nevada College

May 6, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

April 22 was Earth Day, a day to remind ourselves of the importance of keeping this planet clean, using our resources wisely and being more aware of the environmental footprint we leave in our everyday lives. The drought has b... Read more »

Lessons learned in Vermont

March 25, 2015

Filed under Sustainability

The ability to sustain can be applied to many different disciplines and aspects of our world. The SGA recently funded a trip to study the strong sustainability initiative at The University of Vermont and Middlebury College. “My... Read more »