Kodiaks Athletics
Kodiaks runner Emily Spencer competes in ACAC indoor track competition.

Kodiaks indoor track at the start line of a new era

The Lethbridge College Kodiaks indoor track team begins its 2019 season this weekend at an ACAC Grand Prix event in Edmonton. The event begins a new era for the Kodiaks as Simon Schaerz officially takes over as the team’s head coach.

News Release
One of the four covers of the special Wider Horizons issue on the opioid crisis.

LC, AHS magazines partner to report on opioid crisis

The newly published winter issue of Wider Horizons, Lethbridge College’s award-winning alumni and community magazine, tackles a critical issue facing the community – the opioid crisis.

Kodiaks Athletics
New Lethbridge College Kodiaks cross country and indoor track head coach Simon Schaerz

Familiar face takes over Kodiaks cross country and indoor track teams

The Lethbridge College Kodiaks didn’t have to look far for a new indoor track and cross country head coach, as co-coach Simon Schaerz has been promoted to the top job. Schaerz takes over from Bertil Johansson, the winningest coach in Kodiaks history, who retired in November following 32 years at the helm of the Kodiaks.

Student Success
Flipped Out hosts Ryan Wolfe and Stephanie Savage are recorded by Lethbridge College student Teiganne Stewart.

College students produce their own home reno show

Lethbridge College’s Digital Communications and Media (DCM) students are throwing on their work boots and hard hats to produce a home renovation show. The students are in charge of scripting, filming, editing and producing Flipped Out, a six-episode web series, conceived of and made possible by sponsorship from The Lethbridge Mortgage Centre.

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Instructor Mike McCready prepares Lethbridge College President and CEO Dr. Paula Burns to enter the world of virtual reality.

Lethbridge College launches VR Book Club

Lethbridge College is inviting those with an interest in virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) to join its new book club. The VR Book Club is just like any other book club, but with a twist - the capabilities of virtual reality mean it's open to anyone across the world.