Eagle's Eye

Raking in the Muck

March 30, 2015

Filed under Opinion

In his 1906 dedication speech to the new U.S. House of Representative’s building, President Theodore Roosevelt addressed a budding concern he had with the media climate. Invoking the 17th century Christian allegory, Pil...

Faculty of the Fortnight: Jim Markle

March 4, 2015

Filed under Community, Faculty of the Fortnight, Feature, Staff Editorial

As students pour into the less than 200 square foot mailroom eager to pick up their packages, they all but pile up on top of each other mimicking the box-like formation under them. “It’s like Christmas morning except I...

Core 101 has good intentions, but not results

Jackson Heath, Staff Reporter

February 18, 2015

Filed under Opinion

By Jackson Heath  All students attending Sierra Nevada College are required to take the class Core 101. Core 101 is a class that is supposed to help students understand the core themes of this school and how to prepare to be a college student. From what I ...

What is Ecofeminism?

February 15, 2015

Filed under Opinion

By Marina McCoy There is no straight definition for Ecofeminism, just how there is no straight definition for Feminism. They are both extremely complex. Once you fully understand the reason behind why we won’t reach environmental...

What kind of president do we need now?

February 15, 2015

Filed under Staff Editorial

Out with the old and in with the new. Lynn Gillette has left his post and the highest leadership position of SNC and the six-figure salary that accompanies it is currently vacant. This transition is occuring at a period of...

Ski & Snowboard teams are keeping the momentum going

February 11, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Outdoor, Sports

BY JOHANNA TIKKANEN Before preparing for regionals at Sierra at Tahoe ski resort, the Sierra Nevada College Ski & Snowboard team competed on Jan. 24- 25 at Squaw Valley. The last years USCSA National Champions defended the ti...

Opinion-Letter to the Editor

February 4, 2015

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion, Sustainability

The forum that was held on October 15th was a disgrace in many ways. We left without any feeling of resolve, or any hope of a resolution. Our questions were deflected without any solid answers being put forth to satisfy the restless...

Staff Editorial – In the wake of MLK day

February 4, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

In America just as many of our holidays are centered on the memorialization of dead men as are centered on the celebration of present life. A small percentage of us enjoy the ability to take these days off to ruminate on the irony...

To groom or not to groom?

November 20, 2014

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