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Student hosts ‘Equine-eco’ art therapy retreat

April 23, 2015

“A full moon brings new beginnings,” said Sierra Nevada College Junior Sydney Pinkerton. “This is a time to reflect on your lives, and know what can and can no longer serve you today and in your future.” Spring has arrived,...

Water Ski club prepares for spring tournaments

April 8, 2015

Many Sierra Nevada College Ski and Snowboard team members kept on their skis but traded winter for the wake, and joined the SNC Water Ski Club for the last three tournaments. ”Almost all of us have been competitive freestyle, snowboard and alpine racers for the s...

Student Run Your classmate: the small business owner

March 4, 2015

During a typical school week, Senior Tom Loeschner does more than attend classes at Sierra Nevada College. In his free time, he could be searching for dead trees in the Tahoe National Forest, fashioning a bench in his garage or...

Ski & Snowboard teams are keeping the momentum going

February 11, 2015

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...

Digging for Treasure: The Geology Club hunts for crystals

October 27, 2014

This Saturday seven Sierra Nevada College Geology Club Students pilled into a car to go hike points of Mount Rose to collect minerals and crystals.Secretary of the geology club Joe Paolini said, “Everyone who participated today...

Exploration and Learning: The ODAL 201 Field Expedition to the Carson River

October 23, 2014

BY CALHOUN BOONE The  weekend of Oct. 10 -12, the Sierra Nevada College 201 Outdoor Adventure Leadership, ODAL, class went on a field expedition to the Carson River where they hiked for three days over the terrain of a popu...

Welcome to the tribe Wilderness Orientation welcomes new students

September 11, 2014

In March of every year, students are encouraged to apply for the position of Wilderness Orientation (WO, pronounced:Whoa) leader.  While many applicants are Interdisciplinary Studies majors with either a concentration or minor...

Lost Sierra Hoedown

Lost Sierra Hoedown

August 29, 2014

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