Fall 2015Past Issues
Part of my own personal mandate for doing this blog is to feature Lethbridge people who I think have interesting stories to tell.
Hardcourt history: The headlines capture the thrill of the 1966-67 basketball season for the then-Lethbridge Junior College Kodiaks
It starts with “Impressive Opener for Kodiaks.
Thinking fast: Lethbridge College grad creates adaptive, 600-horsepower competitive drift machine as well as a charitable organization to help others with disabilities develop a passion for motor sports – all from the seat of his wheelchair
He welds. He invents.
Lethbridge College students and staff celebrated the Lethbridge College Students’ Association’s (LCSA) donation of $200,000 toward a multi-use student space to be called the LCSA South Commons in
Motion surrounds the miner whose gaze surveys Centre Core at all times of day and night, every day of the year.
Whirlwind: International study tour takes students from the new world to the old, with plenty of business and life lessons along the way
For 16 action-packed days this spring, new Business grad Mia Cartwright and her classmates got to learn about global business practices in the best setting possible – from business owners and leaders in France, Italy and Spain.
From our kitchens:
Up in the air: Nursing alumna devotes a quarter century to flying critically ill and injured patients to the care they need
Turbulence, motion sickness and flying into unknown situations are all just part of the job for 1985 Lethbridge College Nursing alumna Carolyn Hogan.
2015 - Jolayne Prus - Business Administration - Jolayne was one of two Alberta students to win a full scholarship to attend Summer Schools of Slavonic Studies in the Czech Republic.
With his feet flashing and flying to the sounds of beating drums, Marvin Calf Robe Jr.
Question time: college alumna returns to Criminal Justice classroom to share insights and experiences of the real world of policing
> What is the velocity of detonation? - > How is a methodical search for a bomb conducted? - > Where would you set up a command post in a hostage/armed and barricaded subject situation? - Q
What is that soaring above the coulees? It’s clearly no bird.
Dominique Tousignant, who is surrounded by sparks, splatters, fizz and buzz every day in his work as a journeyman welder, was one of many Lethbridge College grads who went straight from their apprenticeship or program into full-time work.
Lights, camera, action: Multimedia grad is constantly in motion and working hard to pursue his passion
One of the main things I didn’t realize back when I was a student was that I was always waiting,” says Colter Ripley, the founder of a small, full-service video production studio based out of Vancouver.
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
For 15 months, a strict dress code was required to hang out in Lethbridge College’s newest building.
The Hochstein family knows the value of strong, local roots.