Two Incline High School graduates achieve Eagle Scout


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  In elementary school many young boys join Cub Scouts so they can experience the fun and adventures this organization offers. Not many, however, rise to the level of Eagle Scout. Only 5 percent of the boys … Continued

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Humanities Professor Robert King receives major awards for summer workshops to further his research


Following recent news of being selected as a fellow for the World Congress Summer School with the Association for Social Economics, Professor Robert King, Ph.D. has also been selected to participate in the National Humanities Center Summer Institute in Literary Studies at Research Triangle Park in Durham, North Carolina.

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Haiti Earthquake: Informational Town Hall Meeting Jan. 20 at SNC


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza Staff Reporter Jurior Dorcely stands on the rubble of his collapsed home where his mother is still buried in Port-au-Prince, Friday, Jan. 15, 2010. A powerful earthquake hit Haiti Tuesday. AP Photo/Julie Jacobson INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. … Continued

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Former UNLV President Maxson to lead Sierra Nevada College


Las Vegas Sun:  Robert C. Maxson, former president of UNLV and Long Beach State, has been named the president of Sierra Nevada College.Maxson said the first time he set foot on the campus at Lake Tahoe he "fell in love … Continued

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High School Freshman Wins $96,000 College Scholarship


Baltimore Sun By Nicole Fuller, The Baltimore Sun A North County High School freshman won big at the 2010 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair recently, scoring $96,000 in winnings. Luke Andraka, a student at North County's Science, Technology, Engineering … Continued

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High School Writing Contest


2012 High School Writing Contest – Submissions Submissions will be accepted through December 1, 2012 | ONLINE SUBMISSION MANAGER We’re looking for the best of high school writing! The contest is open to U.S. juniors and seniors. Students may enter … Continued

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Riders wrap up month of races with big finish at Northstar


Riders wrap up month of races with big finish at Northstar    Staff ReportsFebruary 8, 2008 The Sierra Nevada College snowboard team wrapped up a month of racing this past weekend at Northstar-at-Tahoe with a giant slalom race atop the Pioneer … Continued

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Lacrosse is Year-Round for SNC Athletes


Many SNC Lacrosse players are playing in the Lake Tahoe Lacrosse Tournament July 25 – 28. SNC defense Sergio Orduna is playing for the Mexico National Team in the FIL World Lacrosse Championships.

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Sierra Nevada College Growth Feeds Rental Market


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza: Sierra Nevada College growth feeds rental market By Kyle Magin Bonanza Staff Writer   While Sierra Nevada College junior Ryan Kittredge tunes his snowboard at right, junior Spencer Cordovano, center, plays pool with freshman Stefan Novak, … Continued

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SNC Seeks Internship Providers and Homes for South African Young Entrepreneurs


Sierra Nevada College is welcoming 14 South African entrepreneurs, ages 24-35, to the Lake Tahoe area to complete (non-paid) internships and develop their entrepreneurial skills. Sierra Nevada College is seeking both internship providers and home hosts for these visitors from … Continued

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