Kodiaks Athletics
Kodiaks volleyball players Matt Primrose and Dax Whitehead return to lead the team this season

Kodiaks volleyball, basketball open new seasons

It’s officially Kodiaks season, as the new Lethbridge College volleyball and basketball campaigns begin this weekend. The basketball teams open at home on Saturday, while the volleyball teams are on the road.

Making a Difference
Tyler Dow speaks after being named the recipient of the Ashcroft: Giving Back scholarship contest

Ashcroft Scholarship winner receives life-changing gift

The winner of the inaugural Ashcroft: Giving Back scholarship contest, presented by Lethbridge College, was announced on Wednesday afternoon. Tyler Dow will have up to $10,000 of his education paid for. In January, he will begin working towards a Digital Communications and Media diploma

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Three appointed to Lethbridge College Board of Governors

The Government of Alberta has appointed three members to Lethbridge College’s Board of Governors. Brenda Brindle returns for a second term on the board, and will be joined by first-time members Elaine Dixson and Jamie Fisher.

Campus News
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Lethbridge College cannabis decision

Lethbridge College has informed its students and employees of its rules around cannabis use and possession that will take effect on Oct. 17, 2018, when federal legislation allows the legal purchase and use of cannabis.

Students take part in New Student Orientation 2018.

Enrolment jumps at Lethbridge College

If the Lethbridge College campus feels busier than usual this year, that’s because it is. The college’s student population has surged for the 2018 fall semester with more than 5,100 students enrolled in college programming, a six per cent increase from fall 2017.

Kodiaks Athletics
Sophia Nowicki leads the Kodiaks cross country team into a new season.

Kodiaks cross country ready to Run for the Pumpkin

The Lethbridge College Kodiaks cross country team will get the benefit of a home course this weekend, as the team hosts the Run for the Pumpkin. Running in conjunction with the annual community event, the ACAC Grand Prix marks the first time since 2015 that the Kodiaks will host a conference race.

Kodiaks Athletics
Kodiaks cross country and indoor track coach Bertil Johansson announces his retirement.

Most decorated coach in Kodiaks history to hang up the cleats

After more than 30 years at Lethbridge College, the most successful coach in Kodiaks Athletics history will officially retire in November. Bertil Johansson will end a decorated career as cross country and indoor track coach who led teams and athletes to more than 100 conference and national honours.