Veterans gain new adviser

Veterans gain new adviser

Thomas Hansen, News Editor
September 14, 2014
Filed under Campus News, Most Recent

The position left by Curley Lawson was filled in July, giving the Veterans’ Club a new adviser. Doug Sams, the new adviser, was a Marine, and joined was deployed to the Middle East twice after joining the National Guard. Sams is currently with the Air Force Reserves, and has used his reserves... Read more »

Active club explores computer science

T.J. Gossard, Features Assistant Editor
September 14, 2014
Filed under Features, Life, Most Recent

Wherever this article is read, there’s probably going to be a computer within quick walking distance. Chances are this article will at some point be read online. The moment a student gets within a couple feet of the Student Union Building entrance, the doors part ways for entry. Computer science... Read more »

NIC hires new VP for finance and business

NIC hires new VP for finance and business

Thomas Hansen, News Editor
September 14, 2014
Filed under Campus News, Most Recent

After nearly four months of vacancy in the wake of Ron Dorn’s retirement, the Vice President for Finance and Business position has been filled. The open vice presidential position went to Chris Martin, who was selected from 72 applicants total. Martin started in his new position on July 1. Martin... Read more »

Students audition for upcoming October play

T.J. Gossard, Features Assistant
September 14, 2014
Filed under Art, Entertainment, Features, Most Recent

After hours of the traditional trust games and repeating of script lines over and over, four local talents awaited their stamp of approval in early September for an upcoming drama. NIC Theater Department has chosen the cast for upcoming Neil LaBute play “The Shape of Things.” The show will consist... Read more »

NIC Film Club has new plans for this semester

Taylor Nadauld, Feature Writer
September 14, 2014
Filed under Art, Entertainment, Features, Most Recent, The Sentinel

Historically, film clubs at NIC have not been able to stand strong on their own. This semester, that reputation is going to change. The North Idaho College Film Club is making a comeback, and will make some significant changes to their screenings, according to club president, TJ Gossard, who made... Read more »

The Girl of the Golden West, a first person perspective

Taylor Nadauld, Staff Writer
September 14, 2014
Filed under Art, Entertainment, Features, Most Recent, The Sentinel

This week, Opera Coeur d’Alene presented “Girl of the Golden West” at the Schuler Performing Arts Center at NIC. Directed by Aaron St. Clair Nicholson, “Girl of the Golden West” is a unique blend of 1800s American Wild West culture and 19th century Italian opera. It’s a seemingly... Read more »

Village Project expansion

Matthew Clapper, Staff Writer
September 14, 2014
Filed under Campus News, Most Recent

NIC’s Village Project will serve over 500 students through January of 2016, many of whom owe their success in college to the program. The Village Project’s theme is “Redefining Engagement.” It strives to engage with students at the level they are at. In the first year of the project 75... Read more »

Dual Enrollment Program improves services

Lizeth Meinguer, Staff Writer
September 14, 2014
Filed under Campus News, Most Recent

The Dual Enrollment program combined all their services into one office and now is called The Office of Advanced Opportunities. The Director of Outreach and Educational Innovation Kassie Silvas said that this change was made to better facilitate the access to information by parents and students, and... Read more »

NIC students help secure a greener future

T.J. Gossard, Assistant Features Editor
September 12, 2014
Filed under Features, Life, Most Recent

Students got to stretch their legs and sow the seeds of a green future at the Post Falls Dam Q’emlin Park during Outdoor Pursuit’s annual “Adopt a Crag” event. The event has been a standing tradition for a couple of years now in an effort to restore the Q’emlin Park area after extraneous... Read more »

Great Gargoyles Giveaway

Taylor Nadauld, Staff Writer
September 12, 2014
Filed under Features, Life, Most Recent, The Sentinel

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Lady Cards win big

Connor Sears, Sports Writer
September 3, 2014
Filed under Most Recent, Sports, Women's Soccer

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Lady Cards stalemate Lane Community College

Connor Sears, Staff Writer
September 3, 2014
Filed under Most Recent, Sports, Women's Soccer

On Saturday the Lady Cards opened their season in a scoreless fashion. NIC maintained majority possession but struggled to find the net. Most of their shots were off frame. The team also struggled to maintain onside in the second half which impeded a scoring play. “We did pretty well for our... Read more »