At first, finding good child care might seem more daunting than pregnancy and childbirth itself – but it doesn’t have to be.
Members of the International Wind Energy Academy (IWEA) at Lethbridge College stand in front of a group of eager children.
Your backswing is still in mid-February, your short irons have never met a bunker they didn’t like and don’t even get you started on your putting.
Your last soufflé resembled something from the kids’ menu at IHOP? Chef Heng Ng (Culinary Careers ’94), now a Culinary Careers instructor and dessert soufflé maestro, is here to dry your tears.
Wider Horizons has supplied readers with insightful tips from Lethbridge College instructors in many previous issues.
When Bill Harrison, popular Lethbridge College instructor and public school guidance counselor, passed away suddenly – and much too young – in 1986, his wife Elaine (pictured left) figured she knew how best to preserve his memory.
One of the chief goals of the Living Home project was to involve students in the learning process.
When a 14-year-old brought a gun into a Taber high school in March 1999, killing one student and wounding another, the phenomenon of young people settling scores through homicidal rage stopped being an isolated American problem.