The Lethbridge College cross country teams hit the road for this weekend’s ACAC championships in Calgary with a very good chance to come home with multiple championships. The races take place on Saturday at Confederation Park, hosted by SAIT.
Here is a look at events happening on the Lethbridge College campus from Oct. 21-27, 2019.
Sydney Wakaruk, a development officer at Lethbridge College, was honoured as the overall winner of Lethbridge’s Top 40 under Forty recognition by the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce.
A new Lethbridge College Kodiaks basketball season begins this weekend. Questions surround both the women’s and men’s teams as each has large holes to fill following notable offseason departures, but both teams feel they will be in the mix by the time the ACAC championships tip off.
Two long-time supporters of Indigenous education were honoured with Blackfoot names during Lethbridge College’s Indigenous Celebration Day on Thursday. Doug Camrud and Mark Brown of RBC were bestowed names by the college’s Kainai Kaahsinnoonik Peter Weasel Moccasin in recognition of years spent furthering Indigenous education.
The Lethbridge College Kodiaks volleyball season begins this weekend. For the women’s team, this season is about redemption. On the men’s side, the Kodiaks have their sights set firmly on a championship.
Lethbridge College will join educational institutions around the world for the fourth annual International Day of Action against Contract Cheating today. The day is devoted to making students aware of the consequences of academic dishonesty and encouraging them to take a pledge to #DefeatTheCheat and #ExcelWithIntegrity.
Here is a look at events happening on the Lethbridge College campus from Oct. 15-20, 2019.
Lethbridge College’s Engineering Design and Drafting Technology program has been granted a national program accreditation by Technology Accreditation Canada. The accreditation means graduating students will now have more advantages to begin their careers, earn higher wages and have flexibility to work anywhere in Canada.
Corus Entertainment is investing in the future of Canadian journalism, with a $52,000 gift to Lethbridge College. The gift will support the creation of a state-of-the-art active-learning newsroom, as well as create new awards that will financially support Digital Communications and Media students.