Spring 2012Past Issues
There’s more than meets the eye when it comes to small towns (and small colleges).
From our kitchens: Spring salad with crispy spelt, toasted walnuts, goat’s cheese and basil vinaigrette
This kind of spring salad would be found on many menus in Italy at this time of year.
Lethbridge College’s ESL for Nursing program brings the classroom to students around the world.
Krista Albers has been on the move since birth – literally.
Lethbridge College opens doors to studies around the world through study abroad, online learning and transfer agreements.
After spending the first 20 years of their lives in Lethbridge, Brent Fikowski (Business Administration - Accounting, 2011) and Andrew Hemmerling (Business Administration, 2011) have started out on a
Every spring, as Lethbridge College grads prepare to move from the campus to their new careers, they have inspiring examples to emulate.
It’s the first day of school.
Jinan, China, is called the “City of Springs” and teems with a population of around seven million people.
Wider Horizons asked Greg Kaupp (Civil Engineering Technology, ‘85), - Lethbridge and Area Manager of Associated Engineering, to share a word or two on memorable buildings around the world.
- Prepare for Adventure - The arrival of spring and longer days might have you pining for the open road and starting to plan for the summer’s big trip.
2011 - Kristina Halma, Agriculture Technology - Kristina is a research assistant at a Lethbridge non-profit organization called Farming Smarter.
Wider Horizons asked: What is great about your home (both the place where you grew up and the place you lived when you studied abroad)? - Mehmet Bektas, 24 - Hometown: Crancey, France - Program: In
Wider Horizons asked Caitlin Power (Fashion Design and Marketing ’08), the owner and creative director of the contemporary women’s label that carries her name, to share a few words on fashion, flare, and finding your own style.
From rural Alberta to the United Nations, alumnus Drew Donovan carries the lessons learned at Lethbridge College with him wherever he goes.
Canada’s top female college basketball players gathered in March at Lethbridge College for the BMO 2012 CCAA Women’s National Basketball Championship.
A Global Community – a Click Away - Lethbridge College’s Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Education instructors realize that it takes a village to raise a child, especially when it comes to children with FASD.
Creating the clouds that the superhero flies through, the crumbling bridge that a car is about to drive off, and the “demon turds” that the science fiction monster leaves behind – that’s how Lethbridge College grad Shaun Roth spends his workdays.