Fall 2018Past Issues
We asked a few LC alumni to tell us about the fashions they rocked during their college days – the ones they wish could be forgotten as well as the ones worthy of bringing back.
Virtual learning opens real doors at Lethbridge College.
Sometimes, all it takes is a few simple ingredients to create a masterpiece.
It doesn’t look like much. It blows around on even the slightest draft in the Lethbridge College Aquaculture Centre of Excellence (ACE).
From the climate-controlled confines of Lethbridge College’s newest building, Dr. Willemijn Appels has a window into a normally hidden world of soil and water.
Celebrating the successes of our alumni in their careers and throughout their lives
A Lethbridge College applied research project piloted in 2015 and tested in the coulees behind the college has been adopted by planners and land use specialists overseeing more than 100 open-bottomed- or half-culvert crossings around North America.
For the last 18 academic years, the Citizen Society Research Lab (CSRL) at Lethbridge College has been doing what it does best – asking Lethbridgians and Albertans what they think.
More than 200 staff members – and even the children from the college daycare – joined communities across Canada in marking Jersey Day on April 12.
Applied research may be the best-kept secret at Lethbridge College.
An excerpt from the autobiography of Moji Taiwo
Communication Arts alumna says life’s work attests to the value of bold dreams and hard work
On many southern Alberta roads, you can hear the familiar hum of an energy-producing wind turbine in the distance. For 15-year-old Foremost student Jordan Kurtzweg, the sound of the turning blades ignited a cerebral spark.
Community support makes what we do at Lethbridge College possible.
Whether it’s a one-of-a-kind picture, a caring word or a plate of pasta, Alvina Roberts serves up what people need in that moment.
Back to school sometimes means back to the welding booth.
Dr. Paula Burns, Lethbridge College President and CEO, congratulated her daughter, Karleen, during Convocation at the Enmax Centre on April 27.