Eagle's Eye

Pyramid Peak: Hard to Find, Easy to Love

Rhett Gause, Editor

October 24, 2018

Out of the darkness and up the road, headlights surge our way. Going 60 miles per hour down the steep grade into Strawberry, the semi seems to come so close to us. It’s followed by another. We desperately cling to the narrow...

Will Congress ‘Flip?’ Answer depends on turnout

Nick Kearney, Editor

October 24, 2018

On Nov. 6 millions of Americans will go to the ballot box in what will be the first electoral test of the Trump presidency. Midterm congressional elections have the potential to shift majorities in both houses of Congress, setting...

Top 10 finish for cross-country at Pioneer Invitational

Maggie Symons, Reporter

October 24, 2018

The back of the Sierra Nevada College’s men’s and women’s cross-country teams’ jerseys seem to be the only thing in sight for their opponents. At the 2018 Pioneer Cross Country Invitational the Eagles soared to a top 10...

Staff profile: Elizabeth Thibodeau

Dejaneri Maestas, Reporter

October 24, 2018

There are too many instances in our lifetime in which we forget how to be human. In other words, we forget about the stories that each of us bare as we get caught up in the chaos of our own lives. We get so caught up that we forget...

Students, businesses mix on SNC campus

Heidi Peinthor, Reporter

October 24, 2018

During an evening of mingling, students and community business leaders buzzed with discussion on the patio of Sierra Nevada College’s Patterson Hall during the North Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce mixer Sept. 20. The chamber...

INTD student uses projects for positive change

Gabby Dodd, Editor

October 24, 2018

Sharing funny stories with international students over her mother’s tacos and learning how to write her name in foreign languages is how senior Vanessa Dunn remembers her childhood growing up in Oakland, California. Dunn’s...

Tahoe Basin offers a pass for every type of rider

Kyra Kliman, Reporter

October 24, 2018

Park Rider When every dollar counts it is critical for skiers and snowboarders that ride park to get a pass to the resorts that have what many consider to be the best parks around: Northstar and Boreal. These resorts are...

Vaping on campus: Is it still cool to Juul?

Erin Wilson, Editor

October 24, 2018

If you’ve been living under a rock for the past three years and haven’t been keeping up with the latest and greatest advancements in vape technology, meet the Juul, the flash-drive resembling, high-nicotine containing, non-FDA...

Military matters: Are you willing and able?

Morgan Meadows, Editor

October 24, 2018

Only about 1 percent of Americans are currently serving in our military. The brave men and women who protect our country and our freedoms are quickly becoming a rare breed, with young people increasingly less willing to volunteer. Millennials...

SNC donates blood: ‘Small act of kindness’ saves lives

Nick Kearney, Editor

October 24, 2018

On Wednesday, Sept. 19, SNC students stepped forward in support of Health Week to donate the life-giving gift of their blood. The blood drive was sponsored by United Blood Services (Vitalant) which has been the area’s nonprofit...

Panic! in the classroom

Caroline Coughlin, Editor

October 24, 2018

A conversation concerning mental health is almost never a pleasant one. Many people who suffer from anxiety, in particular, don’t want to talk to others about their experience. Anxiety is hard to define but for the many who...

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