‘Not your parents’ libraries’


Plenty has changed in the nearly 10 years since local library branches opened in Incline Village   By Frank Fisher Special to the Bonanza   INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Those who imagine a modern library as a place to check … Continued

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Education Discussions Continue Thursday, March 3rd


The third presentation in the ‘Discussions on Education’ series, a collaboration between Sierra Nevada College and Lake Tahoe School Parents Association, will be held March 3rd, 7:00-9:00pm in rooms 139/141 of the Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences on the SNC … Continued

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Simply sensational


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:   More than two days of collegiate slalom and giant slalom events ended Sunday at Squaw Valley with the Sierra Nevada College ski team on top.  Not only did SNC win each individual event – both for … Continued

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MFA Writers Special Events — free & open to the public


  Sierra Nevada College is welcoming world-class writers to its low-residency MFA program in Creative Writing. As part of celebrating this winter residency, you are invited to join us for any—or all—of the these public events: Sunday, January 6th 4:30-5:30        … Continued

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Women’s ski team starts season atop the national rankings


The Sierra Nevada College women’s alpine ski racing team, the 2012 United States Collegiate Ski Association (USCSA) National Champions, have been ranked No. 1 in the first poll of the 2013 season. They’re ahead of second-ranked Brown University and third-ranked Rocky … Continued

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Science Expo returns to Incline for Snowfest!


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  The Lake Tahoe School will be partnering with UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center (TERC) and Sierra Nevada College to host the third annual Science Expo from 3 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 5, as part … Continued

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Human Evolution, Health and Physical Fitness


Tahoe World:  The Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences presents April 30th “An Exploration of Human Evolution, Health and Physical Fitness” with author and exuberant animal founder Frank Forencich for an exploration of this modern human predicament. The lecture will take … Continued

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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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Summer Special @ SNC


$999 3-credit UG classes and discounted dorm rooms! Enjoy Lake Tahoe this summer while earning credits and take advantage of special reduced summer rates. Follow the link for the details.

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SNC Students Return from Building Homes in El Salvador


Assistant Business Professor Emily Rhodenbaugh and five of her students recently returned from a trip to help build homes for and alongside Salvadoran families with Habitat for Humanity El Salvador, an experience they describe as “life-changing.”   “It was amazing to … Continued

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