Winter 2015Past Issues
The building site on the south side of campus is in a state of constant motion these days.
When Lethbridge College nursing students don that blue uniform, do they realize the history and tradition they are part of? - Lucy Hatch McInnis, a graduate of the first Galt School of Nursing class i
College celebrates annual FNMI Days - Lethbridge College, in partnership with RBC Foundation, celebrated the pride, history and knowledge at the heart of Canada’s First Nation, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) communities at the annual FNMI Days in October.
The college community was saddened by the death of Val Matteotti, a pioneering Lethbridge farmer and inspirational philanthropist.
“I believe in the college.
Our Multimedia team sent over a series of great updates on a number of graduates of Lethbridge College’s Multimedia Production program.
2013 - Mackenzie Hientz - Communication Arts - The staff of Wider Horizons would like to issue a correction and an apology.
OPENING DOORS AND MINDS: Communications grads share their knowledge and experience working in a rapidly-evolving industry
People in communities around the globe encounter Lethbridge College communications graduates when they turn on their radios and televisions, read the latest newspaper articles, check their Twitter fee
It’s a recipe that has been around since the Middle Ages in one form or another – and perfecting it will provide endless options for main courses and desserts.
COLLABORATION ON CAMPUS: Solid teamwork, creative cooperation and innovative partnerships thrive in all corners of the college campus
In the classrooms and on the playing courts, in the library and in the Lethbridge community, Lethbridge College students, staff, alumni and partners can be found working together on a variety of projects of all sizes and ambitions.
Austrian-born Sabine Semmelrock, a student in Lethbridge College’s Engineering Design and Drafting Technology program, started making her plans to move to Canada when she was just 10 years old.
COR VAN RAAY IN HIS OWN WORDS: Agricultural entrepreneur and philanthropist talks about the business of agriculture and his remarkable collaborative gift
Cor Van Raay took time away from the harvest last fall to talk to Wider Horizons about his decision to donate $5 million to Lethbridge College and the University of Lethbridge to create the Cor Van Raay Southern Alberta Agribusiness Program.
STARTING A NEW JOURNEY: Class assignment and work with college Elder changes lives – and career plans – of two criminal justice students
With willows and rocks and a willingness to learn, James Smith and Warren Haayema approached the sweat lodge for the first time in February 2014 with Lethbridge College Elder Peter Weasel Moccasin.
The donations made to Lethbridge College this past year from the individuals, families, businesses and organizations listed on these pages will make a real difference – now and for years to come.
The Kodiaks’ 2014-15 season has been one of talent and teamwork, grit and great plays – and fans and friends alike are looking forward to the second half of the season that starts back up in January.
Agricultural programming at Lethbridge College will benefit from a record-setting $3.