Since taking the reins at Lethbridge College more than five years ago, I’ve become a bit of a braggart.
As educators priming our learners for the challenging worlds they’ll find waiting upon graduation, we expect them to climb some pretty steep learning curves during their time with us.
How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.
Inside this issue you’ll find insight into the design, construction and sustainability of our new learner residence, which has been inching skyward since last August.
Lethbridge College President Tracy Edwards received an invitation from Stockwell Day, Minister of International Trade and the Asia-Pacific Gateway, to join a Federal Trade Mission to Russia in advance of the 2014 Olympics in Sochi.
In roughly five months, when the Vancouver Winter Olympic Games open, among the most intent observers will be members of the delegation from Sochi, a relatively small Russian city on the shore of the Black Sea, chosen as host of the 2014 games.
It has stood as a Lethbridge landmark for a century, a symbol of excellence, strength and initiative: representative, really, of the spirit of our community.
If the past few semesters at Lethbridge College have seemed like a blur; the next few are rapidly coming into focus.
What’s that you say? It’s not January? Well, if you only go by the calendar, you’d be right.