This past week, Kodiaks student-athletes and coaches visited Streets Alive Mission to help sort donated items as part of this year’s Kodiaks Warm Paws campaign.
There are times in life when the words "thank you" do not seem like they are nearly adequate enough – like when it comes to recognizing those who have given to the college.
Addiction prevention, support and treatment is the focus of Lethbridge College’s “The Opposite of Addiction is Connection Health Resource Fair” on Wednesday at the college.
Saving her best effort for the last race of the season, Lethbridge College Kodiaks rookie sensation Sophia Nowicki (first year, General Studies) earned a CCAA cross country bronze medal on Saturday.
The Government of Alberta has appointed three members to Lethbridge College’s Board of Governors. Tracy Zappone returns for a second term on the board, and will be joined by first-time members Kristine Cassie and Travis Plaited Hair.
For 60 years, Lethbridge College alumni have been making their marks in countless careers and industries, all around the world. The college will once again be recognizing some of the very best of this group, as nominations are now open for the 2018 Honouring Excellence alumni awards.
Lethbridge College is pleased to host a number of ongoing and special events on campus in the month ahead.
Prospective students can learn all about the programs, student services and organizations that Lethbridge College offers, during the annual Fall Open House on Thursday, November 2.
Lethbridge College is very proud to be a Partner for Life with Canadian Blood Services, and the start of November marks the beginning of our 10th annual Blood Drive. As a Partner for Life, Lethbridge College has committed to saving lives by donating blood as a team to help ensure that patients continue to get the blood they need. We are calling on students, staff and alumni to roll up their sleeves to save lives.
Blackfoot name Ohkotoki’aahkkoiyiiniimaan, or Stone Pipe, given to Lethbridge College at Indigenous Celebration Day
Evoking the image of strength and straight paths, and celebrating promises made with honesty and integrity, Kainai Kaahsinnoonik (Grandparent) Peter Weasel Moccasin gave Lethbridge College a Blackfoot name this morning at a ceremony that kicked off the institution’s annual Indigenous Celebration Day.