Shot to the Heart: Kat Hutter’s Work is Dead Good


Moonshine Ink August Print Edition by Lis Korb It was love at first sight. Point Blank, the title of Kat Hutter’s recent series of paintings, shot straight to my heart. Yeah, I know it’s a weak pun, but it’s true … Continued

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Community support helped President Clinton visit


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  I hope that everyone is still basking in the glow of this past Friday’s event, the Tahoe Forum – an event that I think can safely be labeled an unqualified success. What a triumphant day for … Continued

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SNC Wins National Championships in Men’s and Women’s Skiing, Men’s Snowboarding, and Women’s Freestyle Skiing


Men’s Giant Slalom Skiing Awards—1st Place Front—left to right: Clement Tomamichel and Marcus Plyhr. Back—left to right: Luca Ricou, Ricko Eriksson, and Jaka Jazbec Women’s Giant Slalom Skiing Awards—1st Place Front—left to right: Hedvig Spangs and Tea Palic. Back—left to right: … Continued

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Sierra Nevada College Recognized for Quality, Affordable Distance Learning


AffordableCollegesOnline.org (AC Online) recently analyzed online degree programs from more than 2,000 accredited colleges and universities across the nation. According to their research, Sierra Nevada College offers an exceptional collection of distance learning options at a very affordable price. This … Continued

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Service-learning video showcases how students contribute to community


This powerful video about Yami Gutierrez—a Sierra Nevada College (SNC) student and a graduate of the local non-profit program Adventure Risk Challenge (ARC)—showcases how SNC students are contributing to our community. Two talented students— Nick Cahill and Trevor Jackson—majoring in … Continued

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SNC ski team kicks off season


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:   If the first race of the year for the Sierra Nevada College men’s ski team yielded any information about the team, coach Branko Zagar said it’s a need to continue training. Four members of the team, … Continued

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SNC Travel Course to Nepal Info Session: Wednesday, Dec. 1st


June 4th-July 1st, 2011 | www.travelstudysnc.blogspot.com/ UPCOMING INFO SESSION: With Bodhi Tree Foundation co-founder Sarah Ferris on Wednesday, December 1st at 5:30pm in the Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences, room 106 Join Sierra Nevada College as we: • trek off … Continued

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Sierra Nevada College Names Chair and Vice Chair of Faculty Council


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza: Sierra Nevada College Names Chair and Vice Chair of Faculty Council At a meeting of the Sierra Nevada College Faculty Council on Monday, May 19, Humanities Professor Kim Bateman was elected chair of the faculty council, … Continued

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Tyson McGinty: Senior student gives others a voice at Sierra Nevada College


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:   Sierra Nevada College’s 284 students have a voice with their administration. Student government association president Tyson McGinty, 22-years-old, views constant student input as the most important part of his executive responsibilities. "Students need to be number … Continued

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Maxson is done working magic


Long Beach Press-Telegram Doug Krikorian, Sports Columnist It was surprising to me awhile back when Dr. Robert Maxson, who had retired as president of Long Beach State after a successful 12-year incumbency, decided to resurrect his academic career by accepting … Continued

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