U.N. diplomat comes to SNC


See also:  UN speaker was spellbinding | Video clips of Gillian Sorensen on the United Nations North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  Opinions on the United Nations tend to fall in three camps: hate it, love it, or just don’t know about … Continued

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Next year’s SNC freshman class


Next year’s SNC freshman class By Kyle MaginBonanza Staff WriterMay 16, 2008 About 90 undergraduate students will receive their diplomas from Sierra Nevada College Saturday, making way for a larger freshman class in the 2008-09 school year. Julie Foster, dean of … Continued

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The Fifth Annual Tahoe Poetry Slam is April 29th at SNC


Annual open festival features National and Bay Area Champs on Campus and cash prizes Sierra Nevada College presents the Fifth Annual Tahoe Poetry Slam on April 29 at 7pm in Patterson Hall.  The evening is free and open to all. … Continued

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Shreddin’ success


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:   For the first time ever, the Sierra Nevada College men’s snowboard team won all three events at the United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association’s national title event. The team won the slopestyle, giant slalom and … 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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SNC promotes Greysen to Dean of Academic Support Services


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza: Katherine Greysen, director of student services, has been promoted to the new position of Dean of Academic Support Services at Sierra Nevada College. In her newly created role, Greysen will oversee the Office of Academic Services … Continued

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Sierra Nevada College Offers Classes to Incline High School


SNC offers classes to IHS By Kyle MaginBonanza Staff Writer The college educational experience in Incline Village/ Crystal Bay isn’t limited only to students at Sierra Nevada College anymore. Now, students at Incline High School are welcome to take dual-enrollment … Continued

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Humanities Professor Robert King selected to attend summer school workshop at World Congress of Social Economics


Robert King, professor of Humanities at Sierra Nevada College was chosen as a fellow to attend the World Congress Summer School workshop in Social Economics June 19-20 in Glasgow, Scotland. The workshop precedes the Association for Social Economics World Congress … Continued

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Thank you for poker night


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  On behalf of the Board of Directors and staff of Project MANA I would like to express our deepest appreciation to the student body of Sierra Nevada College for sponsoring a "poker night" to benefit our … Continued

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Rubber ducky winners


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza: Kathy Maxwell and Hank proudly presented the top two winners of the Rotary’s Red, White and Tahoe Blue Rubber Ducky Race with their checks and trophies Wednesday morning. Toby Baly, first place winner, had purchased several … Continued

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