Dennis Erickson: 30 years worth of service to Hyatt, community


Lahontan Valley News and Fallon Eagle Standard:  "I like to joke with my friends that I arrived in Tahoe so long ago that the lake was only half full," says Dennis Erickson, the Director of Engineering at the Hyatt Regency … Continued

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A Q&A with Sierra Nevada College Rider Spencer Cordovano


A Q&A with Sierra Nevada College rider Spencer CordovanoSays both men, women’s teams shooting for USCSA titleBy Kyle MaginBONANZA STAFF WRITER North Lake Tahoe Bonanza: Spencer Cordovano, a snowboarder with Sierra Nevada College, took home the USCSA overall national title … Continued

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A Tribe of Artists: Costumes and Culture at Burning Man Comes to SNC


Incline Village, NV–For the past 20 years—during the week prior to Labor Day—Nevada’s Black Rock Desert is transformed into a temporary community celebrating the Burning Man Art Festival. Sierra Nevada College is pleased to present an exhibition of 14 life-sized … Continued

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Top international poetry prize honors professor at Sierra Nevada College


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza By Tanya Canino     Brian Turner biography Brian Turner is a soldier-poet whose debut book of poems, “Here, Bullet,” won the 2005 Beatrice Hawley Award, the New York Times “Editor's Choice” selection, the 2006 Pen … Continued

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More than 2,000 attend forum at Sierra Nevada College


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  When former President Bill Clinton began his speech Friday, he took his time to thank the various political dignitaries sitting behind him. Then he took time to acknowledge Sierra Nevada College — and poke a little … Continued

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Basin environmental issues take center stage in Incline


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  Former President Bill Clinton’s appearance today at Lake Tahoe marks 10 years of evolution and environmental commitment to the fragile ecosystem known as the crown jewel of the Sierra Nevada. While environmental measures have garnered modest … Continued

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SNC among Governor’s Cup finalists


Reno Gazette-Journal Finalists have been announced for the seventh annual Donald W. Reynolds Governor's Cup Collegiate Business Plan Competition. Judges selected six graduate and six undergraduate finalists, as well as six finalists for the Lt. Governor's Award. Finalists include teams … Continued

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Houston, we’re having fun


Tahoe World:  When you need a change of scenery this summer, try “A View from Space.”  What the earth looks like from a satellite is the premise behind a hands-on, interactive exhibit at the education center in the Tahoe Center … Continued

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Students Present Business Plans in President’s Cup


President’s Cup Winners Left to right: Rebecca Lincoln, President Lynn Gillette, Arielle Shipe, and Business Chair Rick Normington President’s Cup Videos Eagle’s Eye—SNC Student Newspaper by Caitlin Khoury On Feb. 16, eight Sierra Nevada College students making up 3 different … Continued

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VTour: Engaging multi-media web technology


Sierra Sun TRUCKEE, CA — As average viewer bandwidth increases, the Internet is evolving into a rich media platform. You Tube is the third most visited site on the web and integrated video is quickly becoming the norm. Video content … Continued

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