Sierra Nevada College President Maxson Disagrees with Underage Drinking Petition


Sierra Nevada College President Maxson disagrees with underage drinking petition By Kyle MaginBonanza Staff Writer Sierra Nevada College President Robert C. Maxson discusses his opposition to the Amethyst Initiative, a pact signed by 100 university and college presidents acros the … 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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SNC’s Rubsamen to speak at Sustainability Summit


Tahoe Daily Tribune Staff Report   INCLINE VILLAGE — More than 80 environmental leaders and advocates from a variety of local organizations and agencies will take a first step toward realizing a sustainable future for the Lake Tahoe Basin with … Continued

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25th Year of Sierra Nevada College Workshops Yields Helpful Artist Tips & Techniques


CLAYTIMES.COM | SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2009 This 25th anniversary year brought in record-breaking attendance for the Visiting Artist Workshops program of Sierra Nevada College at Lake Tahoe, Nevada. “Every workshop went exceptionally well, with phenomenal artists and great students,” said Sheri Leigh … Continued

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U.N. diplomat comes to SNC


See also:  UN speaker was spellbinding | Video clips of Gillian Sorensen on the United Nations North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  Opinions on the United Nations tend to fall in three camps: hate it, love it, or just don’t know about … Continued

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KNPB’s interview with President Gillette now available online


Gillette featured on KNPB’s “The Conversation” with host Brent Boynton Long-time area broadcast journalist Brent Boynton recently interviewed SNC President Lynn G. Gillette, noting that the College “has a relatively new leader and is embarking on a new chapter in … Continued

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Summer of science at TCES


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  Since the launch of the world’s first artificial satellite Sputnik in 1957, satellites have dramatically changed the way we study our planet. This exhibit will allow visitors to see the world from a satellite’s perspective. They … Continued

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Free BMP do it yourself class


IGVID Waste Not and the Nevada Tahoe Conservation District are hosting a free, half-day workshop; designed to provide practical, hands on-methods for property owners and contractors on completing required Best Management Practices (BMP’s). The 4-hour class will be held on … Continued

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Women’s Lacrosse Closes Its Inaugural Year


Sierra Nevada College’s newly launched women’s lacrosse team, currently a provisional member of the Western Women’s Lacrosse League, has laid the groundwork for full member team status next fall.

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Dave Archer, NCET: Future entrepreneurs find learning opportunities at local schools


Reno Gazette-Journal Dave Archer Across Nevada, prospective students are examining the best options for furthering their education. This includes everyone from high school graduates to adults returning to school to advance their skill sets or pursue new career paths. We're … Continued

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