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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

  • Music. Brews. Mountains. Trash.
    April 16, 2018

    Bluegrass tunes rang through Squaw Valley on April 4-6 as the WinterWonderGrass festival took to Tahoe for a weekend of music. But as the good times unfolded during the festival, Waste Free Earth was busy keeping the venue pristine, sorting through trash and diverting waste behind the scenes. Amongst that team were some of Sierra... […]

  • Enrollment dip means fewer classes offered
    April 16, 2018

    Over the summer preceding the 2017-2018 academic year at Sierra Nevada College, drastic budget cuts were made to compensate for a consistent and sharp decline in enrollment numbers. Those changes included the layoffs of six members of the faculty and staff, as well as the reconsideration of what courses can and cannot be offered. In... […]

  • SNC Benefactor Nelson Funds Scholars
    April 16, 2018

    Last week, the first annual Lin M. Nelson Award for Leadership & Civic Engage-ment scholarships were awarded to SNC interdisciplinary students Celine Holland and Weston Park. This new scholarship opportunity will be offered annually to junior interdisciplinary studies majors, thanks to the generosity of SNC support Lin M. Nelson. The INTD faculty committee, including faculty... […]

  • Post-Graduation: Time to get serious… or not?
    April 16, 2018

    When I asked Sierra Nevada College senior Isaac Laredo what next month’s graduation meant for him I was met with silence. His eyebrows scrunched together, and he let out a sigh as he stared down at the table in contemplation. He’s explained his career plans many times to me, and before he could take me... […]

  • Opinion: College Advice from Seniors
    April 16, 2018

    Some of us seniors feel as though we’ve magically made it through four years of college by the skin of our teeth, and nothing but luck. While others of us have confidently navigated a path unique to us, and found ourselves swiftly prancing along towards our destiny, taking advantage of every possibility along the way.... […]

  • Head Down the Hill to Ensure You are STD Safe
    April 16, 2018

    Photo Courtesy Flickr April is STD awareness month. Whether you’re single or in a committed relationship, there are a handful of confidential, low-cost, or free options in Washoe County to monitor sexual health and prevent sexually transmitted diseases. If it is an emergency, Tahoe Forest Hospital and other medical facilities can perform STD tests, however... […]

  • 2017-2018 SNC’s Eagle’s Sports Wrap-Up
    April 16, 2018

    With the end of the school year less than a month away, many SNC athletes are wrapping up their final competitions. The alpine racers recently faced a series of event cancellations March 15-29 at Alpine Meadows and Northstar, but were able to finish their season April 2-5 at Mammoth Mountain. “The weather was awesome, snow... […]

  • Opinion: Green Certification Good for Incline Tourism
    April 16, 2018

    In the last half-century, the need to preserve the natural environment and promote social equity has permeated global mainstream values. Great influencers of the 60s, such as Martin Luther King and Rachel Carson, brought on a new wave of progressivism that has driven policy to protect the earth’s “peace, freedom, development, and environment.” Without legislation... […]

  • Opinion: Campuses Threatened by Speech Suppression
    April 16, 2018

    In elementary school we learned the value of open dialogue and debate. Debate is defined, per, as “a formal contest in which the affirmative and negative sides of a proposition are advocated by opposing speakers.” This open discourse was historically encouraged on college campuses. Universities exemplified intellectual discussion and debate in America. No one... […]

  • ‘Cane Master’ Mark Shuey an Incline Village Fixture
    April 16, 2018

    Photo Credit Jaimie Edwards How does a triple black belt with multple world title trophies get into the cane making business? Mark Shuey, an Incline resident, mixes his business with pleasure by handcrafting canes into martial arts masterpieces. Shuey sells these custom canes in his Cane Masters shop located in the Christmas Tree Village. Not... […]

Eagle’s Eye Faculty Advisor

Jim Scripps
New Media Journalism Program Director