Out of the classroom and into Africa for SNC students


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  Out of the classroom and across the world, six Sierra Nevada College students discovered in Africa that being there is education at its best. Accompanied this spring by SNC professors Mary Lewellen and Ted Morse, students … Continued

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Video clips of Denise Duhamel poetry reading


See also:  An evening of  Poetry with Denise Duhamel SNC was pleased to host a poetry reading by Denise Duhamel.  The following are selected video clips from the reading: Dementia Playa    

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Skiers continue winning ways, now preparing for Mammoth


Skiers continue winning ways, now preparing for Mammoth    Kyle MaginBonanza Staff WriterFebruary 8, 2008 Both the men’s and women’s Sierra Nevada College ski teams got in their last race of the regular season last Saturday before a three-week break leading … Continued

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Flagpole Dedication & Community Pancake Breakfast


Celebrating the 20-year Anniversary of Lake Campus Acquisition | September 17th | 9-11:30am   Flagpole Dedication | 9am The flagpole and commemorative plaque are a combined class gift from the Classes of 2011, 2006, and 2005. Alumni representatives will be … Continued

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Community Partners to Host Fireside Forum on Healthcare Reform


Incline Village, NV–The next Fireside Chat, hosted by Andy Whyman, will feature a panel of healthcare providers, administrators, business owners, and thought leaders discussing healthcare insurance and taking questions from the audience. This forum on healthcare reform will take place … Continued

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Two years in, Sierra Nevada College president has college on Incline’s map


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza By Kyle Magin   INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — When Robert Maxson says his priorities are “students, students and students,” he isn't making a Public Relations lip-service promise. A frequent visitor at Sierra Nevada College's cafeteria, Maxson … Continued

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Old Sierra Nevada College Campus Center of Earthquake Simulation Drill


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza: Vigilant Guard prepares local emergency staffBarely noticeable earthquakes have jolted Northern Nevada during the last few months, though none caused much damage. Incline Village got a firsthand glimpse Friday of what would happen if one of … Continued

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Steve Schmidt Announced as 2014 Commencement Speaker


Sierra Nevada College is proud to announce that the 44th Commencement Address will be given by strategist Steve Schmidt. As Vice-Chairman of Public Affairs at Edelman, one of the world’s biggest public relations firms, Stephen Schmidt is a strategic counselor to … Continued

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Sierra Nevada College Dominates at 2014 USCSA Nationals


The Sierra Nevada College Ski and Snowboard teams won five National Championship titles at the 36th annual U.S. Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association (USCSA) finals, held March 9 – 15th at Whiteface Mountain in Lake Placid, New York. SNC earned First … Continued

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SNC Students Return from Habitat for Humanity Trip to El Salvador


Incline Village, NV – Assistant Business Professor Emily Rhodenbaugh, Senior Lecturer Laura Brunel-Canale, and ten SNC students recently returned from a trip to El Salvador help build a house with Habitat for Humanity. According to Habitat for Humanity Country Director … Continued

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