Fireside Chat is tonight


TahoeBonanza.com:  A fireside chat takes place from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Sierra Nevada College in the Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences. Andy Whyman will have as his guest, Incline High School history teacher and We the People coach, … Continued

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Filmmaker to speak at Sierra Nevada College


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  The Modern Definition Film Club welcomes filmmaker Patrick Kriwanek to the Sierra Nevada College campus on Sunday, November 4th, at 8:30 p.m. in the Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences (room #139). The event is open to … Continued

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Astronaut to speak at college forum


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  Sierra Nevada College is pleased to announce that the keynote speaker at this year’s Siebens Binz-Tahoe Forum on Wednesday, Aug. 29, will be Col. Eileen M. Collins. Collins, who has been featured on Jay Leno and … Continued

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Turning IHS into a charter school?


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  Last week this column was about Nevada’s political history of legislative measures to give parents and students an element of choice in their educational options. Nationally this has been evidenced by the charter school movement, educational … Continued

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Professor Katie Zanto a Finalist for L.L. Bean Outdoor Hero Award


Zanto, Chair of the Interdisciplinary Studies Program, founded the Adventure Risk Challenge Program (ARC) for English Language Learner students in North Lake Tahoe Vote for Katie   Sierra Nevada College Professor Katie Zanto has been nominated as one of L.L. … Continued

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Center hosts fire discussion, open house


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:   The Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences is offering the community a chance to educate themselves on fire impacts Monday, as well as giving residents and educators an opportunity to visit the UC Davis Thomas J. Long … Continued

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SNC to Offer Millennium Plus Scholar’s Award


Incline Village, NV – Sierra Nevada College President Robert Maxson announced the Sierra Nevada College Millennium Plus Scholars Award, a $50,000 scholarship (four years at $12,500) earmarked for the approximately 8,000 graduating high school seniors (May 2010) who will be … Continued

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The Holman Building is Open for “Business”!


The SNC Art Department is a vibrant, immersive, interdisciplinary program that is a safe harbor for personal expression and a challenging adventure for creative exploration. In its new home in the Holman Arts & Media Center, made possible by the … Continued

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Show exhibits young, local talent


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  Rock bands, comedians and future piano maestros will be on display this weekend in Incline Village. The Incline Afterschool Organization is holding its third annual youth talent show tonight and Saturday. The showcase features local youths … 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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