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SNC Choir presents: Vivaldi’s “Gloria”

November 15, 2017

With other seasonal favorites.
When: Thursday Nov. 30 & Saturday Dec. 2, 7pm
Where: St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, Incline Village

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Gayle Brandeis on “The Writer’s Almanac”

November 6, 2017

Gayle Brandeis’ poems “Feeling East” and “Bread and Butter” were featured recently on Garrison Keillor’s The Writer’s Almanac.

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Eagles Midseason Highlights

October 18, 2017

The Eagles fall sports teams – Soccer, Golf, and Cross Country – have notched some significant achievements so far.

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Science Labs in Lassen Nat. Park

October 4, 2017

Students in Geology and Aquatic Ecology explored the dramatic features of Lassen Volcanic National Park for the first science lab weekend field trip of the semester.

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Chief Scientist Against the Forces of Conformity

September 29, 2017

Despite the chill, an audience of almost 1,000 came to the Siebens-Binz SNC Tahoe Forum to hear Silicon Valley computer pioneer Steve Wozniak.

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Student Activities and Admissions Host Whitewater + Camping Trip

September 27, 2017

15 students introduced interested high school seniors to the SNC Tahoe outdoor experience on a two-day whitewater rafting and camping trip.

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SNC Opens New TMCC Extension Campus

September 21, 2017

TMCC students who transfer to SNC@TMCC’s 4-year degree programs after completing their associates degree will be able to just walk across the hall to their new classes.

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Tour de Tahoe 2017

September 13, 2017

32 Eagles took to the road in the early morning on Sunday, September 10th to make their second annual 72 mile Tour de Tahoe ride around the lake. The weather was perfect and the team was ready. 6:45am Start The 72-mile Tour de Tahoe – Bike Big Blue course begins in Stateline and circumnavigates Lake Tahoe clockwise on highways 50, 89, and 28 through California and Nevada, at altitudes ranging from 6,300′ to 7,100′ above sea level. It includes a challenging 800-foot climb to a rest stop overlooking Emerald Bay, a 1,000-foot climb to the rest stop at Spooner Junction,…

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ODAL Students Lead Climbing Trip

September 1, 2017

Six students in the Outdoor Adventure Leadership major taught rock-climbing safety and skills to their fellow students at Castle Peak, a popular climbing spot in South Lake Tahoe.

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“Tortuga” POD Exhibition Opens in Prim

August 31, 2017

Recent work by Morrain Bauer-Safonova BFA ’16, a mixed-media artist who focuses on sacred geometry and indigenous cultures.

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