Fall 2023Past Issues
What do you get a woman who’s about to turn 80 and has everything she needs?
As a young engineer, I was part of a team that included many senior engineers and managers.
I have spent a lot of time these last months thinking back to Aug. 24, 1990.
Celebrating the Lethbridge College alumni who are building community and making their mark in memorable ways.
Playing at nationals gives the players confidence to grow their game and can help future recruitment to the Kodiaks program.
Southern Alberta has been a leader in irrigation for decades, and Lethbridge College recently received another boost for irrigation research.
Wider Horizons asked a student, an instructor and a grad to share some memories of the space.
Lethbridge College community members share aapistamikiitsinikssi* (buffalo stories)
Piikani Nation Chief comes full circle finding success in business and leadership
Historic buffalo treaty signed at Lethbridge College
How a buffalo from the Piikani Nation came to be a prominent symbol of traditional Blackfoot territory on campus
Celebrating Lethbridge College stories of the Iinii (buffalo), both the old (the animal) and the new (education)