Through Sierra Nevada College’s Common Reading program, everybody on campus reads the same book each Fall, and it is used in a variety of our classes and activities. Each book selection reinforces the core values of Sustainability, the Liberal Arts, Entrepreneurship, and Professional Preparedness. The Common Reading program is one of the many ways SNC encourages a strong sense of community and shared experience around these values among students, faculty, and staff.
This year’s selection is Tobias Wolff’s novel, Old School, a coming of age story in which a teenager goes through the process of maturing from adolescence to young adulthood. Special events reinforce the book’s common themes and events.
Read the book, expand the story:
Thursday, September 26 | Panel Discussion – When is Plagiarism OK?
With Professor Richard Gire, Intellectual Property Lawyer
TCES 139-141, 6:30pm
The screening is free and open to the public. Contact Librarian Betts Markle at 775-881-7501 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.