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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First Lady speaks to SNC students


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  Nevada First Lady Dawn Gibbons visited the campus of Sierra Nevada College last week to share her thoughts on entrepreneurship, business opportunities and her rise from a Reno janitorial position to owning her own businesses. "Everywhere … Continued

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Students Present Business Plans in President’s Cup


President’s Cup Winners Left to right: Rebecca Lincoln, President Lynn Gillette, Arielle Shipe, and Business Chair Rick Normington President’s Cup Videos Eagle’s Eye—SNC Student Newspaper by Caitlin Khoury On Feb. 16, eight Sierra Nevada College students making up 3 different … Continued

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Due to promotions, SNC hires new assistant for president, payroll manager


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:   Sierra Nevada College announced appointments for two positions newly vacated as a result of in-house promotions. Theresa DiMaggio has been selected as the new executive assistant for President Larry Large, filling a position that was vacated … Continued

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Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences plans two lectures


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:   The Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences is has two upcoming lectures for the community. Both lectures will be held in Assembly Rooms 139 & 141, at the Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences, 291 Country Club Drive, … Continued

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Men’s lacrosse continues its quest for an undefeated record in its inaugural season this Saturday


Sierra Nevada College’s men’s lacrosse team is now 3-0 after an impressive 9-7 win over Saint Mary’s College in Moraga, California, following road wins over the defending Division II WCLL champions U.C. Santa Cruz and Division I U.C. Davis.

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Continuing Education Ceramics Class


Pottery Class All Levels, Functional and Non-Functional Forms 7-Week Courses Includes Clay, Glazes & Firings Wednesdays | 7:00-9:00PM January 27th – March 10th; March 24th – May 5th Tuition $225   Contact Ceramics Instructor Rick Parsons 775.881.7587 rparsons@sierranevada.edu 

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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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Poetry Slam


Tahoe World:  Local poets will stand and deliver for a chance to take home the title of Tahoe Slam Poet of the Year at the Sierra Nevada College Poetry Slam starting at 7 p.m. in Patterson Hall at Sierra Nevada … Continued

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Royce Anderson: Growing up and working at the Ponderosa Ranch


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  What young boy would not want to grow up on a ranch? One where he could ride horses and his summer playground was a complete western village? Plus he could even be in a Wild West … Continued

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