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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

  • Sierra Nevada College reacts to Trump impeachment inquiry
    October 15, 2019

    On a Tuesday evening in late September, U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi released a public video statement that the House of Representatives will initiate a formal inquiry in efforts to impeach the 45th president of the United States. Prior to this official announcement, an anonymous report was sent to the U.S. Senate, and... […]

  • Opinion: Argument for the first female president
    October 15, 2019

    This summer I spent a lot of my time going door to door canvassing for a presidential campaign – specifically for a female candidate. It was a hard job. I had a lot of doors slammed in my face and heard a lot of painful stories, everything from medical bills piling up from an incurable... […]

  • Presidential hopeful Warren stops in Carson City
    October 15, 2019

    Russell Sreet in Carson City is a slow-moving parking lot as cars vie for parking spaces and the energy of anticipation and promise is palpable in the people scurrying along the sidewalks on their way to the MAC center to attend the Elizabeth Warren town hall meeting. Just outside the venue, Trump supporters line the... […]

  • Small rosters, coaching changes as winter sports prep for season
    October 15, 2019

    With winter around the corner, Sierra Nevada College winter sports athletes are preparing for the competitions ahead in hopes of making it to the 42nd annual USCSA National Championship in Lake Placid, New York, March 8-14. All events will take place at the same sites as previous Winter Olympics. Due to the new SNC calendar,... […]

  • SNC fall sports look ahead to season
    October 15, 2019

    The whistle blows as the Sierra Nevada College Women’s Soccer Team battles Westcliff. Arms are thrown into the air and the fans go wild as they object or cheer (depending on their status) towards the situation at hand. Allison Piccinini, senior midfielder for SNC, strides up to the penalty kick mark in the penalty box... […]

  • Knee injuries common for outdoor athletes
    October 15, 2019

    ACL and MCL injuries are inevitable when living in an environment that encourages outdoor activities, whether it is mountain biking, paddle boarding, or snowboarding. There is a theory that many ACL injuries are non-contact injuries that are caused by sudden pivoting on a field or on a ski slope. Dr. Jeffrey Kliman, an orthopedic surgeon... […]

  • Faculty profile: James Tjeltveit
    October 15, 2019

    Sierra Nevada College senior cook, James Tjeltveit, is passionate for cooking and it brought him to where he is today. Some may not know he also has a strong passion and love for his family, people and youth who are struggling. “My grandpa had the best saying,” Tjeltveit said. “He’d say, ‘Every morning when you... […]

  • Writers in the Woods series returns with acclaimed author
    October 15, 2019

    Every year, Sierra Nevada College hosts the speaker series, Writers in the Woods, which features an array of accredited and successful writers who host readings on Friday nights, and a workshop on Saturday morning during select months in the fall and spring semesters. This semester, the lineup features writers such as Rebecca Makkai, Lacy Johnson,... […]

  • Student Q&A: Keeley Haglund
    October 15, 2019

    Keeley Haglund, Tahoe native and former All-American rugby player, is making strides in her career as an accountant, while still finding time to enjoy all the outdoor activities Tahoe has to offer, including snowboarding and boating. What made you want to stay in Tahoe for college? I have such a sense of home and belonging... […]

  • Freeride Club brings stoke to students
    October 15, 2019

    Singing “We Will Rock You” and stomping skis at 10,540 feet onto the perfectly packed snow, Sierra Nevada College’s 2018-2019 Freeride Club spent three days exploring the wonders of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. This is just one of the perks students get to enjoy when they are a part of the group. The club is celebrating... […]

Eagle’s Eye Faculty Advisor

Jim Scripps
New Media Journalism Program Director