The Lethbridge College awards application system is now open. For students about to graduate from or continuing their studies at Lethbridge College, they have until May 1 to apply for a wide range of financial awards.
Be Fit For Life offers stretches and a video yoga session to keep you healthy at your desk.
We invited Michael Doughty, film buff and Student Awards funding specialist, to share Netflix recommendations for weekend watching.
Lethbridge College Chef Mark Dieser shares tips for a well stocked pantry -- no hoarding required.
With COVID-19 introducing many of us to working from home for the first time, we sought out advice from the lived experience of a long-time, home-based entrepreneur. Kimberly Lyall (Business Administration 1996).
With fitness classes cancelled, Be Fit For Life shares a workout that features the plank.
In this time of social distancing and staying home, Lethbridge College’s Merging Realities conference is focused on bringing people together – virtually. The third annual Merging Realities conference takes place on Wednesday, March 25, in a completely virtual setting.
After three seasons at the helm of the Kodiaks women’s basketball program, Deanna Simpson has announced she is stepping down as head coach.
The Lethbridge College Kodiaks have medals on the mind as the 2020 ACAC Futsal Championships begin on Friday in Lloydminster. The women’s team is among the gold medal favourites at the championship tournament, while the men’s team comes into action as the reigning ACAC soccer champions.
Lethbridge College’s men’s volleyball team is trying to do something the program has never done before – win a national championship. The Kodiaks are at the CCAA championships hosted by St. Thomas University in Fredericton, New Brunswick, from Thursday to Saturday.