A Great Horned Owl peers out from behind the brick of the Andrews building on campus in September
The new Trades, Technologies and Innovation Facility provides state-of-the-art training opportunities for students.
While this fine-feathered-friend didn’t divulge its travel routes, spotting a robin on campus is a true sign of spring.
The new brand demonstrates the essence of Lethbridge College.
Back to school sometimes means back to the welding booth.
Lethbridge averages 333 days of sunshine a year, making it one of the sunniest cities in Canada.
Visitors to the third floor of the Cousins Building get a great view of the snow-covered soccer fields, where students take advantage of a wide path shoveled from the Enmax Centre to campus.
Each autumn, the elm, ash, maple and oak trees on campus erupt in colour, creating vibrant canopies for students and staff on the paths below.
Christmas is a time for friends, family, and great memory-making while sharing the joy of the season.
Each year for the past dozen, Tokyo mothers have been sending their sons to an arid, windswept plain where temperatures can easily vary 70 degrees between seasons, Japanese is rarely heard and the nea