Fall 2014Past Issues
Sometimes you leave college with more than a diploma.
Extreme success ahead: Lethbridge College’s two Extreme Career Makeover winners give the rundown on life since they won this one-of-a-kind contest in April and discuss their plans for their first semester at school
One of the first things you should know about Greg Matt and Kevin Boys is this: during the voting period of Lethbridge College’s Extreme Makeover contest last spring, each regularly voted for himsel
There was little discussion about who we would put on the cover of the leadership issue of Wider Horizons.
A $100,000 gift from Hanlon Ag Centre Ltd.
Leading the way: Former Kodiaks runner and new Canadian Kip Kangogo blazes new trails in long distance competitions
On race day, Kip Kangogo says, everyone is nervous.
“Now THIS is a groundbreaking!” - That is what Alberta Premier Dave Hancock tweeted to his followers the afternoon after Lethbridge College broke ground on its new trades and technologies facility
Where are they now? Celebrating the successes of our alumni in their careers and throughout their lives
2013 - Karli Bell, Interior Design - Karli has started working at Matters of Design Inc.
Oh the places they went: Past LCSA presidents discuss leadership, life and lessons learned during their time at Lethbridge College
By Alexandra Kulas - Business Administration 2012 - LCSA President 2011-12 - My journey with student politics began at a young age, when I was just 11.
With its radiant red colour and savoury smells, jambalaya is the perfect choice to dress up a dinner table this autumn.
In the Fall 2013 issue of Wider Horizons, we ran a short story on the history of the D.
Top cop: Police chief Tom McKenzie reflects on the value of community, communication and collaboration during his 38-year career
Tom McKenzie’s first day on the job as a Lethbridge Regional Police officer took him downtown on a summer day in 1976 where he was assigned the “important” job of directing traffic during a parade.
Thelma Villeneuve Chalifoux was born in a blizzard in Calgary in 1929 and was told by her father that it meant she would be strong and independent.
New Fashion Design and Sustainable Production program launches this fall - Lethbridge College is launching a new two-year, one of a kind Fashion Design and Sustainable Production program this fall tha
Chloe Devoy comes to Lethbridge College like clockwork, bounding up the four flights of stairs that lead to biology instructor Tom Graham’s labs perched at the top of the Cousins Building.
One of southern Alberta’s most prominent agricultural entrepreneurs is ensuring that the future of agribusiness and the agricultural sector remain strong through a major philanthropic gift that will
The Andrews building, one of the busiest places on Lethbridge College’s campus, was named for the visionary southern Albertan woman who helped shape every level of education in the province – and knew an important thing or two about horses as well.