One look at this 1966 Pontiac Parisienne convertible, one of the most recent and unusual gifts to Lethbridge College, and you’re hooked.
Many insects harm crops and cause great devastation for farmers.
Wider Horizons: International Trucks are a bit of a family tradition, aren’t they? - George Kirkham: Yes they are.
Wider Horizons asked Stephanie Wierl, Projects Coordinator at Lethbridge College’s Be Fit for Life Centre, to share her thoughts on health, fitness, families and fun.
Wider Horizons asked George Gallant, Lethbridge College instructor and documentary filmmaker, to share a few words on the often complex course of movie-making, grassroots efforts and what it’s been like to bring a little bit of LA to L.
Wider Horizons asked Caitlin Power (Fashion Design and Marketing ’08), the owner and creative director of the contemporary women’s label that carries her name, to share a few words on fashion, flare, and finding your own style.
Alberta Fish and Wildlife recently donated a unique mount displaying two bears, a grizzly and a black bear, to Lethbridge College.
Author, activist, educator, elder, Beverly Hungry Wolf is a lifelong southern Albertan who has dedicated herself to learning and restoring her Blackfoot culture for future generations.
Thomas Kuperus (Corrections ’10) wanted to see Africa, glean a greater cultural awareness and do some good along the way.
In the past few months, Lethbridge College’s efforts to increase and promote sustainability on campus have been spearheaded by its Green Leadership Office (GLO), the collective noun for Leona Rousseau and Dave McRae.