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Eagle’s Eye Newspaper

The Eagle’s Eye newspaper is a student run publication. It is managed, edited, and reported by students in the SNC Journalism courses.

The print edition is published biweekly while school is in session. The paper is distributed Friday mornings on campus, and as an insert in the Tahoe Daily Tribune. The online edition is at

We encourage contributions from students, faculty and staff. Feel free to contact us any time at

Recent News

  • Student Q&A: Mallorie Miller
    November 22, 2019

    Age: 19 Year: Freshman Major: International studies Hometown: Breckenridge, Colorado Colorado-raised Mallorie Miller is new to Sierra Nevada College as a freshman this year. After growing up on the ski slopes back home, Mallorie came to SNC to spend her time outside in the Tahoe air, getting out and trying new things. She happens to... […]

  • Pinal-Gonzalez’s art reflects military experience
    November 22, 2019

    It’s a Thursday night and to most Sierra Nevada College students that means the start of the weekend, but not at the Holman Arts building. Here, the building is scattered with students, faculty and community members all gathered to support SNC senior Adrian Pinal- Gonzalez. Pinal-Gonzalez is showcasing his final project to complete his bachelor’s... […]

  • Lake Tahoe trails pose multi-use conflicts
    November 22, 2019

    Lake Tahoe is a model for trail development around the world because of its sensitive terrain, an influx of outdoor enthusiasts, and the existing environmental stewardship regarding Lake Tahoe. Despite its sensitivity, it is not solely protected by the Forest Service. Local activists are also involved within these multi-use land issues. Land managers have implemented... […]

  • Marianne Williamson: ‘Join the Evolution’
    November 22, 2019

    Author, lecturer, activist, and Democrat- ic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson made a stop along her campaign trail in Sparks at The Yoga Pearl, November 14, to connect with potential voters. The small studio was packed with Williamson’s fans, complete with a pediatric neurologist who had recently retired, various schoolteachers, aspiring school counselors, and the chairwoman... […]

  • Students journalists inspired at college media convention
    November 21, 2019

    From Oct. 31-Nov. 3, the staff from Sierra Nevada College’s Eagle’s Eye newspaper was given the opportunity to attend the College Media Association’s annual Fall Convention. Gabby Dodd, managing editor, Madison Schultz, associate editor, and Elizabeth White, staff editor, flew to Washington D.C. to expand their journalism knowledge, listen to professionals in the field of... […]

  • Alibi Ale Works a hit in North Lake Tahoe
    November 21, 2019

    When one walks into Alibi on a Friday night, the public house is buzzing— thriving with great conversation, cold brews on tap, music, and an easygoing, social atmosphere that any true local would enjoy indulging in. It goes without saying that one of the most appealing places to go in town is Alibi Ale Works.... […]

  • Faculty Profile: Brennan Lagasse
    November 21, 2019

    Brennan Lagasse, sustainability department chair and associate professor at Sierra Nevada College, is back on campus and on a mission to educate the minds of his students, all the while creating a conscious coalition to defend Earth from those who would rather exploit its resources. “I really believe in academic spaces and what we have... […]

  • Why are you voting in the 2020 election?
    November 21, 2019

    I am voting in the 2020 election because… The 2020 election may seem far away, but the buzz around pressing issues that will shape the country’s future are ongoing. In a SurveyMonkey poll released Nov. 10, and conducted by CNBC and Acorns called, “Invest in You,” 61% of Americans believe the 2020 election will be... […]

  • Lower enrollment, food, and a focus on dorm occupancy
    November 21, 2019

    On any college campus the students oftentimes feel the same way about dorm life: They want out of it. Sierra Nevada College is no exception. Some SNC students are choosing life off campus as soon as possible instead of living in the dorms, and it is starting to show in the numbers. According to Lizzie... […]

  • Opinion: Winter sports supported at SNC
    November 5, 2019

    Mr. Schoff, In regards to your column, there are items I agree with, but also disagree with. Sierra Nevada College is, and will always be, a snow- oriented school. It has history with alpine, freeski, and snowboarding. I have known that about SNC ever since I worked at Heavenly Ski Foundation more than 15 years... […]

Eagle’s Eye Faculty Advisor

Jim Scripps
New Media Journalism Program Director