Congratulations to these Lethbridge College community members making a difference.
Enviro-span: Researcher studies eco-friendly culvert system designed by college instructor that minimizes habitat impact, maximizes economic opportunities
Lethbridge College researcher John Derksen and his students are studying an environmentally friendly, modular culvert system suitable for use in parks, trails and ecologically sensitive areas.
It was the late 1950s in Lethbridge, and Carole Gemer’s (Business Education 1963) good friend was trying out for track for a new track team.
The skilful art of strategically hanging 14,000 twinkling lights programmed to a soundtrack of epic proportions is not for the faint of heart, but for one fearless family man, it’s been his legacy to Lethbridge.
Hot summer days and fast cars go hand-in-hand for many young men.
The gritty worlds of rodeo and playing music often collide in the life of steer wrestler and Juno-nominated country musician, Armond Duck Chief.
Theresa Yauck and David Cocks: College grads concoct new and exciting designs for city’s newest brewery
After years of designing and tinkering, the opening of a new building is reason to lift a glass for architects and designers.
For Tera-Beth Ann Gausvik (Fashion Design and Sustainable Production 2016), the best moment of her work in the college’s Fashion Design and Sustainable Production program comes at the end – when s
Sprouting from a need to fuel her beloved horses with the right nutrition, Henny Bruised Head (Blood Tribe Agricultural Training Initiative 2015) enrolled in the unique agricultural initiative betwe
As students stride by Sarah Jorgensen (Information Specialist/Office Assistant 2000) in Centre Core, - the clothes one of them is wearing catches her eye.