With Lethbridge College turning 60, it seems appropriate to reflect on the history of Lethbridge College. For this edition, we focus on the last 20 years.
This installment of Lethbridge College Legacies looks at the first 20 years.
Before it was a college, it was a farm.
“I feel like you owe something to your community for living here.
“As a member of this board for 27 years and as the prime mover in the formation of the Lethbridge Junior College he made education opportunity possible for generations of southern Alberta youths.
Ice is essential for many things.
Lethbridge College legacies: As soon as cars were invented, drivers wanted to go faster and race against each other.
In the 1920s, Lethbridge City Police Chief Joseph Gillespie complained about drivers and the Herald highlighted his reasons: “There is too much ‘joy riding’ going on in the city and that is prob
The skies are as wide open and blue as they were 100 years ago when the first of the Muellers came to this spot in southern Alberta, and the wind is as powerful and relentless.
On April 29, 1962, at the sod turning for the present Lethbridge College site, a special bronze shovel decorated with ribbons of green and sky blue was used for the occasion.
When Lethbridge College nursing students don that blue uniform, do they realize the history and tradition they are part of? - Lucy Hatch McInnis, a graduate of the first Galt School of Nursing class i