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Power-out season is approaching

Zoe Tuttle, Managing Editor

November 14, 2018

Winter is coming! Since this isn’t the Game of Thrones era, we can all agree that we rely on technology to get through our day. Technology requires power, and power is a hot commodity. Incline Village faces many power outages...

SNC enrollment makes small gains amid national dip

Gabby Dodd, Editor

October 24, 2018

As tuition rates continue to grow at colleges across the nation, many smaller, private schools are feeling the pinch of declining enrollments, a trend that has also negatively impacted Sierra Nevada College. Students enrolled...

Staff Profile: Forest Goodman

October 24, 2018

In the basement of Sierra Nevada College’s Prim Library, members of the information technology department work in cozy cubicles crowded with wires and keyboards, lounging comfortably in office swivel chairs. Forest Goodman is a part o...

‘You love who you love, and you are who you are’

Elizabeth White, Reporter

October 24, 2018

“We are here and we are queer!” Alex Dumas, president of Sierra Nevada College’s Pride Club, cried valiantly at its first meeting of the fall semester. This, Dumas says, is the essence of pride club: existing exactly...

Nov. 7 screening features SNC alumni’s reporting

October 24, 2018

When a Sikorsky 53E Navy helicopter crashed during a routine training mission in 2014, it sparked a series of investigations that would reveal a history of safety problems with the 53E, and failures by military authorities to...

Project MANA fills hunger need in North Shore

Kelsey Ramirez, Reporter

October 24, 2018

Lake Tahoe’s reputation as an enclave for the wealthy hides the fact that many in the basin struggle to afford the basics: Food and shelter. Project MANA, a volunteer-run food-pantry non-project, offers services to help families...

SNC writing club, faculty participate in poetry reading

Miranda Jacobson, Reporter

October 24, 2018

On Sept. 29, Sierra Nevada College’s Creative Writing Club made a trip down to Reno to attend a poetry reading put on by 100 Thousand Poets for Change, partnered with Planned Parenthood and the University of Nevada, Reno’s...

SNC students serve local non-profits

Morgan Meadows, Editor

October 24, 2018

Sierra Nevada College students from this semester’s service learning course have been hard at work volunteering in the greater Lake Tahoe community. Service learning is unique to the interdisciplinary studies program at SNC....

Writers in the Woods: Lidia Yuknavitch

Kyra Kliman, Reporter

October 24, 2018

Writer Lidia Yuknavitch lives her life in the open, sharing the full range of her experiences through her work. She spoke to Sierra Nevada College students and community members at 7 p.m. on Oct. 11, in Prim Library at the Writers in The Woods event. Writers in the Woods bring successful authors, poets and novelists from all over the w...

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