Lethbridge College is making plans for the fall when it comes to its on-campus fitness facilities. These decisions will affect Kodiaks Athletics, the fitness centre, Be Fit for Life classes and summer camps.
Lethbridge College President and CEO Dr. Paula Burns raised the Pride Flag on campus on Monday morning. The rainbow flag is flying outside of the college’s main entrance in celebration of Pride Month and in conjunction with Lethbridge Pride Fest.
The latest information on the worldwide outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 and how it is affecting Lethbridge College.
Lethbridge College’s Centre for Teaching, Learning and Innovation (CTLI) has recreated the atmosphere of the physical office in the digital environment of Microsoft Teams, through the creation of organized channels that reflect the diversity and creative culture that drives its efforts.
When instructor Kelly Oikawa hatched a plan to move the Lethbridge Regional Science Fair and Science Olympics online, organizers bubbled with the kind of enthusiasm that might be expected from a homemade volcano experiment.
Chef Stephen Klassen shared recipes for one of his family's favourite meals, Fettucine Alfredo and Pork Parmigiana. Comfort on a plate for discomforting times!
Cheryl Ritzen of Rec Services recommends this home workout.
Sign up now and start training for a virtual race June 20.
This week's movie pick: The Terminal (2004)
Chef Doug Overes, chair of Culinary Careers, is a nationally and internationally recognized chef whose passion for food inspires students. But don’t be intimidated to try one of his favourite comfort food recipes. He says his Moroccan Chicken is easy, cheap to make and the preparation and cooking takes less than an hour.