Fall 2012Past Issues
Where Are They Now? Celebrating the successes of our alumni in their careers and throughout their lives.
New baby? New job? New hometown? Tell your classmates all about it by emailing alumni@lethbridgecollege.
Cst. Rick Semenuik (Criminal Justice, 2000) and Police Service Dog Ymos (a 1-1/2 year old Belgian Malinois) form the newest Lethbridge Regional Police K9 team.
For Gerald and Cindy Fyfe and their four sons, Lethbridge College is like a second home.
- Whether we’re young or young at heart, some of us never seem to stop wondering what we want to be when we grow up.
Turning Lives Around: Criminal Justice alum strives to make a difference in the corrections community.
He lives in a world of gangs, addiction and repeat offenders.
Alberta is the birthplace of wind energy in Canada.
Rising from the Ashes: One year after the fires in Slave Lake, in the face of the overwhelming process of rebuilding, the strength of human spirit and compassion still prevails.
In the year since a fast-moving fire tore through the small town of Slave Lake, Alberta, homes have begun to sprout from the ashes and important community landmarks are being given a second chance to give comfort to those touched by the devastation.
For many of us, going to the beach in summer means lying around, relaxing and forgetting about work.
Environmental Science instructor Allan Orr is quick to note that he doesn’t come from an academic background – but that doesn’t stop him from applying his real world experience in the field to r
Beyond the classroom: Lethbridge College researchers connect theory and practice in applied research.
Lethbridge College students can count on putting into practice the ideas they learn in the classroom.
A life-changing study trip to Baganda, Uganda, in May taught eight Child and Youth Care students many important lessons about the industry they’re studying – and also gave them the opportunity to discover more about themselves.
For some, the introduction to college life might also mean the introduction to the kitchen and the wonders it contains.
Setting a Course for Great Adventures: Edwards leaves legacy of advocacy and innovation after seven years at helm.
In considering the advice she would give to the next leader of Lethbridge College, former President Tracy L.
It’s been said that the road to success is not a path you follow but a trail you blaze.
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.
Waiting for the Light: Environmental Science alumnus makes second career taking memorable photos of the land and livestock he has always loved.
If it’s a day that Sam Wirzba (Environmental Science ‘79) plans to take pictures, then it’s a day that starts before the sun is even up.
More than a game: For Lethbridge College students, staff and alumni, roller derby provides sense of community and source of thrilling competition.
On any given weeknight, a dozen Lethbridge College staff, students and alumni are geared up and ready to roll – literally.