Winter 2013Past Issues
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Wider Horizons asked Parker Wood and Riley Anderson (Business Administration, 2012), owners of a portable pork pit that travelled to 15 venues last summer, to share a word or two on the savoury and st
In the wake of the inaugural Social in the South conference held this October at Lethbridge College, small businesses and entrepreneurs are wising up online with social web tools to sell, listen and engage more effectively with their customers.
There are eight members of the Quinn family and all of them have attended Lethbridge College at some point in their lives.
Diane Stringam Tolley (Journalism ’75) was born and raised on one of the last of the large old cattle ranches in southern Alberta.
College receives $100,000 gift from Headwater Equipment - A $100,000 gift given by Headwater Equipment to Lethbridge College in October illustrates the ongoing support the college maintains with its i
Partnerships can be found in every part of Lethbridge College – with the community, with industry, with other educational institutions, with government, with volunteer organizations and beyond.
Barrier-free fun: Recreation therapists help seniors access and adapt activities to achieve health and wellness.
Some days, Megan Orr gets paid to play cards.
Local employers who are a part of Lethbridge College’s Child and Youth Care Advisory Committee came to a meeting last year with a problem.
Partners in print: Western Canadian Game Warden magazine relies on experience, expertise of Lethbridge College alumni, faculty and students.
Some of the best times Lindsey Leko remembers from his days as a student in Lethbridge College’s Environmental Science program were the field trips – even if it meant prying himself out of bed at
Lethbridge College English and writing instructor Lance Semak has recently joined forces with two computer scientists to create smartphone applications for the classroom.
Rebecca Mercer earned her Multimedia Production diploma in 2005.
The Mocha Cabana dining room is full of guests waiting for an out-of-country dining experience in their own backyard.
To bring a taste of Vienna into your kitchen and onto your table, try this recipe for Austria’s most famous dessert – Sacher Torte.
The first thing you notice when Betty van der Lee and Allen Clampitt are together is how much they laugh.
Some of the world’s most pressing problems are being solved right now, on the fourth floor of the state-of-the-art Cousins Building at Lethbridge College, in the most unassuming of places – petri dishes.
Wider Horizons asked Stephanie Wierl, Projects Coordinator at Lethbridge College’s Be Fit for Life Centre, to share her thoughts on health, fitness, families and fun.
Scoring position: Partnership between college and Prairie Baseball Academy sets students up for academic and athletic success
Baseball is more than a game.
Poetry, pop culture and pucks: College and Hurricanes join forces to make education work around ice time, road trips and research paper deadlines
Monday morning arrives and they shuffle slowly into class, baseball caps on and book bags in hand.
Christina Tikivik-Sherman, the new Inuk elder at Lethbridge College, finds herself thinking of home when she sees the blue of the prairie sky and the coulees rolling like waves on Frobisher Bay.
Ready to hit the ground running: Dr. Paula Burns, new President and CEO, sees countless opportunities for innovation at Canada’s first public college.
Dr. Paula Burns had much to take in when she made her first trip to Lethbridge last fall – and she noticed it all.