Spring 2010Past Issues
Deciding how to distribute what we own after we pass away and taking steps to see that our wishes will be carried out are definitely among those “shoulds” of life.
Toyin Bamgbala admits she’s had some options in her life so far, but education wasn’t one of them: she made it mandatory.
Krista Albers- Business Administration, 2006 - Krista completed her Business Administration diploma with a major in marketing and entered the 2+2 program at the University of Lethbridge.
Wider Horizons asked: Do you think society gives you adequate support to do your job? - Sgt.
Colleen Moses works with resident Ruth Johnson at St. Therese Villa in Lethbridge.
How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.
Matthew Berrigan, the 2010 winner of Lethbridge College’s Rising Star award came to the campus following a difficult high school career in Black Diamond.
Susie Kennedy wants you to register at Lethbridge College.
If you have experienced a massage you know about the immediate physical benefits – relaxation, pain relief, and the big smiles.
The week before Lethbridge College dispatched Garry Andrews to the Northwest Territories for five days of business training near Inuvik last February, the wind chill was pushing the “high” to -31C and the sun wasn’t rising until 11:13 a.
Matt Smith lines up a northern goshawk for its portrait sitting.
Each April, Lethbridge College sends a new crop of students on its way with our best wishes.
Lethbridge College is set to welcome Phil Fontaine, former National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, to its campus for its aboriginal graduation dinner.
Sharie Cousins and Chris Hansen are pumped for the dragonboat season.
Annica Pictin follows the career footsteps of her dad Pat.
College program will help nurses speak the language Diaphoretic, cyanotic, tachycardia: terms that most English speakers do not sprinkle through their everyday conversations, regardless of their language skills.
When Katerina Shortt entered Russia’s Saint-Petersburg State Architectural and Construction University in 1986, the economy was doing well and finding work wasn’t a problem.
Brad Karren works with Kodiaks guard Molly Harpole.