Winter 2009Past Issues
After more than 50 years of serving as southern Alberta’s centre for technological education, Lethbridge College is heading back to the drawing board to recast itself for the next 50.
Chris Eagan’s official title at Lethbridge College is director of facilities.
Christmas is a time for friends, family, and great memory-making while sharing the joy of the season.
Ryan Armstrong - Civil Engineering Technology 2006 - Grande Prairie: works as a bridge technologist for Genivar Consultants.
At 609 Sunridge Crescent on the outer edge of West Lethbridge, construction and science have allied to build a 1,300-square-foot laboratory known as The Living Home.
Clay Boyes recalls the incident like it was yesterday: just a typical day on the farm stacking hay bales with a friend and his eight-year-old son, Nathan.
Want to help the Canadian economy? Put down this magazine now and walk around the block.
One of the chief goals of the Living Home project was to involve students in the learning process.
If the past few semesters at Lethbridge College have seemed like a blur; the next few are rapidly coming into focus.
When Alf Hubbard agreed to donate his extensive collection of Alberta’s wildlife to Lethbridge College, he stipulated it had to be made accessible to the public.
Darren Gilbertson, Student - For a guy who spent 17 years as a business manager in the southern Alberta arts community, Darren Gilbertson might seem an unlikely convert to the gospel of “green” home building.
Brig.-Gen. Mike Jorgensen extends a hand and executes a friendly squeeze that belies his many years in the field of combat.