Sierra College

Our View: In rough economic seas, Auburn is a lighthouse to help

You’ll get no argument that times are tough. But it’s good to know we’re facing those rough seas in a city that has such a strong sense of community. It should be noted, and ...

What became of abstinence?

We should have a forum on “The Responsibility of Reproductive Rights” (“Reproductive justice forum staged at Sierra College”, Journal March 23). Just because someone is “ ...

Anthony Maki-Gill accepted to Colorado clay exhibition

Sierra College congratulates Anthony Maki-Gill for earning a spot in the prestigious Contemporary Clay Biennial at the Western Colorado Center for the Arts. His work will be on dis ...

Our View: Don’t be in a fog over the dangers of driving while high

Many know the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol, but apparently some of our teens think that driving while high is no big deal. Shockingly, 30 percent of teenagers ...

College marketing class seeks local businesses to boost

A Sierra College business faculty instructor has taken her Introduction to Marketing class into the third dimension.Susan Wheeler’s students go beyond the textbook pages and theo ...

Man arrested for lewd act in Sierra College restroom

A Rocklin man is out of jail after he was arrested for allegedly using a mirror to look at a person using a public restroom on Sierra College’s Rocklin campus. Donald Lee Jackson ...

Public can learn why marijuana DUIs are a “Buzz Kill”

As a young college student Steve Schauer believed he couldn’t get in trouble for smoking marijuana. After being pulled over for not having his headlights on and getting booked f ...

Big Green RV arrives at Sierra College

“Roadies” from the public access show Roadtrip Nation rolled onto the Sierra College Campus Thursday in their Big Green RV. The four adults from across the country are touring ...

Noon Hour Update: What's happening and what we're working on

Welcome to the Auburn Journal's "Noon Hour Update," where we'll present you with stories and updates on what's going on in the news and what we're working on for our Friday edition ...

Sierra College students descend on the capitol by the busload

SACRAMENTO — With signs waving, feet marching and their voices raised high; Sierra College students were among thousands of other students from all over California who descended ...

5 questions with a Sierra College Journalism Student

The Journal caught up with Sierra College Introduction to Journalism student Thomas Bayne, 18, from Grass Valley to ask him 5 questions related to journalism today. 1) What made ...

Hold educators accountable

Re: “Salary tops $100K annually for 19 administrators at Sierra College,” Journal, Jan. 22: I think it was noteworthy to hear the student body president, Andrew Nelson, state ...

Our View: College expenses worth the scrutiny

Editor's note: The editorial below has been changed to reflect that the $2.5 million in total salary figures for 19 Sierra College staff members includes administrative positions s ...

Who will end this corruption?

Re: “Nearly $500K paid out to (Sierra College) staff” (Journal, Jan. 20). Here we are again with public employees granting other public employees payoffs or payouts that are co ...

Returning veterans find career support with energy tech course

Out of the military after serving as medics, ammunition specialists and security forces, a small group of returning troops has found support and training in a new Sierra College co ...