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The Future of Parking at SNC?

October 10, 2013

Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

College parking is an issue at every school: either there isn’t enough parking, or you have to park far from your class or dorm and walk through campus regardless of weather. Rather than having snow, other colleges have rain, humidity...

Staff Editorial: Not your typical party school

September 26, 2013

Filed under Staff Editorial

Sierra Nevada College may be an institution where students party, but it’s certainly not a party school, at least not in the traditional sense. In the Princeton Review’s recently named Top 20 “party schools,” SNC is...

Well Wishes for injured SNC student

September 12, 2013

Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

On Aug. 24, Sierra Nevada College Junior Cory Johnson was involved in a skateboarding accident, from which he is still recovering. An outgoing, friendly, well-liked student, Johnson’s presence on-campus has been deeply missed. The...

Staff Editorial: Can Incline Village be a college town?

May 2, 2013

Filed under Community, Staff Editorial

Incline Village has not decided on the type of town it wants to be. In fact, it has gone through many phases since it first became a town in the 60’s. Hollywood portrays college towns filled with bars, sororities, fraternities...

Voice your opinion for Eagle’s Eye articles

April 18, 2013

Filed under Staff Editorial

The Eagle’s Eye needs your opinion! We want to know your thoughts on what businesses are “Student Approved,” how you deal with the stress of college and what you think of Sierra Nevada College’s cafeteria food. Student Approve...

A degree doesn’t equal a guaranteed career

April 4, 2013

Filed under Staff Editorial

We as students invest thousands of dollars and years of our lives in pursuit of a higher education. We miss powder days, beach days and birthdays. We pull countless all nighters cramming for that last final hoping that it will...

Conferences increase student success

March 14, 2013

Filed under Staff Editorial

Recently many Sierra Nevada College students took the opportunity to attend different conferences to better prepare themselves for life after college. These conferences emphasize one of SNC’s core themes, professional preparedness,...

Take a deep breath and keep an open mind

February 28, 2013

Filed under Staff Editorial

Take a moment and breathe. Sure, a grade wasn’t what you anticipated, the cafe food was mediocre at best today, bed bugs have creeped into your mattress or someone just committed your biggest pet peeve. It’s going to be OK....

How does SNC express school spirit

February 14, 2013

Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

Does Sierra Nevada College exhibit pride? Students raving about exceptional professors, unprecedented academic opportunities, and location, location, location, seem to believe so, not to mention the ski and snowboard team’s re...

Speak your mind, create change at SNC

January 31, 2013

Filed under Staff Editorial

In the wake of Sierra Nevada College’s Eagle’s Eye Newspaper article regarding the Student Government Association’s budget, several students were riled up about the finances surrounding events and the newly incorporated SGA...

Staff Editorial: Let’s solve our parking issues

September 26, 2012

Filed under Staff Editorial

When an institution introduces new policies, it’s natural that some people will try to find a loophole. This was the case when Sierra Nevada College began requiring permits to park on campus. While the $100 permit fee is relatively...

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