SNC Poetry Slam featuring Patricia Smith


April 17th, 2009 | 7-10pm in Patterson Hall   Patricia Smith | Poet & National Slam Poetry Champion “Reading poems like these, overflowing with life but contained by art, makes us all feel a little bit helpless. These poems are … Continued

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SNC students help ‘connect generations’


On May 9, students from Sierra Nevada College and CA State Chico attended and presented at the CA Trails and Greenways conference. SNC students Oliver Dicostanzo, Sharhesa Fife, Samatha Van Ruiten and Ashley White all partook in the conference. Nicole … Continued

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SNC Men’s Lacrosse Dominates at Inaugural Game


March 4, 2014 Sierra Nevada College’s men’s lacrosse team dominated Western Collegiate (WCLL) Lacrosse League Division I team UC Davis (1-4) last weekend at Dairy Road Field in Davis, CA in their first game. The Eagles posted a 16 – … Continued

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Distinguished speaker at Sierra Nevada College and more


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  State of heath care discussion — Dr. Richard Merkin, president and CEO of Heritage Provider Network, will be featured as Sierra Nevada College’s next Distinguished Speaker on April 24. The event will take place on the … Continued

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Former UNLV President Maxson to lead Sierra Nevada College


KESQ Palm Springs:  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 … Continued

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Sierra Nevada College Class to Feature Former U.S. State Dept. Official


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  International Studies Professor Ted Morse has a treat for students attending his INTL 420 course on The Peace Process: Keith Hansen, a former U.S. State Dept. official deeply involved in negotiations with Russia on the disarmament … Continued

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‘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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U.S. News includes Incline Village in its Great College Towns for Winter Enthusiasts


Students who enjoy cold weather and snow should consider schools in these areas U.S.News & World Report By Ryan Lytle | December 27, 2011 Prospective college students who have begun the search for their future home may take many factors … Continued

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College Skiing: SNC Men, Women Wrap Up Season


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza: College skiing: SNC men, women wrap up season By Luke Beasley Bonanza Staff Writer INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — The Sierra Nevada College ski team raced at an International Skiing Federation competition in Mammoth Mountain, Calif., from … Continued

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Trail of Treats and Terror


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  The Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation, Incline Village General Improvement District, Lake Tahoe School and Sierra Nevada College are once again working together to bring you the 2007 Village Trail of Treats and Terror. The Scary Skeleton … Continued

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