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Lethbridge College unveils new Kodiaks Indigenous logo

Lethbridge College is proud to unveil a new Indigenous logo for its home court– the first institution in the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) to incorporate Indigenous culture in its gymnasium floor design. The new design of the gym includes the familiar fierce Kodiak bear at the centre, but it is now surrounded by a number of meaningful Indigenous images, designs and words. The design will also be worked into future uniforms for student-athletes.

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Lethbridge College creates Humanitarian Program to support student refugees

As part of its commitment to education as a fundamental human right, Lethbridge College has created a Humanitarian Program to offer financial support to students recognized under Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. The new award expands on a commitment made to Colleges and Institutes Canada in April 2022, to offer scholarships to displaced Ukrainian students.

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Lethbridge College selected for food sustainability challenge

Lethbridge College researchers have formed one of just 15 innovation teams selected from across Canada to explore and develop new tools and technologies that will enable sustainable, year-round berry farming. The Homegrown Innovation Challenge delivers funding to participating teams to pursue innovative ideas that will support Canada’s berry industry.

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New Student Orientation to kick-off fall semester at Lethbridge College

Hundreds of first-year students will be exploring Lethbridge College on Tuesday, Sept. 6 as New Student Orientation (NSO) kicks off the Fall 2022 semester. The annual event serves as the main welcome and introduction for new LC students and is a great way to help ease the transition to college life before classes start Wednesday.

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Lethbridge College students create immersive art exhibit for Whoop-Up Days

Visitors to Whoop-Up Days are immersing themselves in a whimsical train excursion thanks to the work of two Lethbridge College Multimedia Production students. The projection mapping performance, created by Denise Camille Serrano and Aaren Agaton, is on display all week at La Galleria, a curated creative space for local artists in the Main Pavilion of Lethbridge and District Exhibition.

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Donaldson named ninth President in Lethbridge College history

Lethbridge College’s Board of Governors have named Dr. Brad Donaldson as the ninth President and CEO in the college’s history. Joining Lethbridge College is the next step in Donaldson’s long journey as a leader in Alberta’s post-secondary environment.

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Up-and-coming country stars headline Coulee Fest music lineup

Two of Canada’s hottest up-and-coming country entertainers are set to hit the 1st Choice Savings stage as Coulee Fest returns to Lethbridge College on Sept. 17. A full day of entertainment will be capped by Ontario-based brothers Lemon Cash, which will follow a set from award-winning Alberta-based artist Hailey Benedict.

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Kodiaks esports eager to hit start on new season

With growing interest, a dedicated space on campus and an official adoption into Kodiaks Athletics, Lethbridge College’s esports program is ready to hit the ground running on its first full season in the 2022-23 academic year.

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Join Lethbridge College for family fun on the farm

Fun family activities and fascinating insight into cutting-edge agriculture research are on display as Lethbridge College takes part in Alberta Open Farm Days for the first time. Everyone is invited to register for a tour or drop in at the college’s Research Farm, located minutes east of the city, on Saturday, Aug. 13.

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Cougar spotted near campus

Campus Security dealt with two separate reports of a cougar on or near campus Saturday. Here's what to do if you spot one.