Spring 2016Past Issues
“As a member of this board for 27 years and as the prime mover in the formation of the Lethbridge Junior College he made education opportunity possible for generations of southern Alberta youths.
Women’s basketball team celebrates provincial medal - The Lethbridge College Kodiaks women’s basketball team finished its season with a bang, cruising to a 91-61 win over Lakeland College in the A
First in Canada: College signs AGCO agreement - Lethbridge College is the first postsecondary institute in Canada to sign an AGCO Advantage Partnership agreement with AGCO Corporation and Hanlon Ag Centre Ltd.
KB Plumbing and Heating, a partner of Lethbridge College in numerous projects over many years, is once again showing its commitment to the college with a $100,000 multi-faceted gift.
Mark Campbell (Communication Arts 1975) shares the stories of fellow Lethbridge College alumni Sherri Gallant graduated in 1986 from what was then called the Communication Arts program at Lethbridge College.
It’s been three decades since Chuck Wynder came to Lethbridge College in the Carpentry Apprenticeship program, and he still remembers some of those first lessons.
Greg Harbers, his wife Brenda, and their children Jessica, Pam and Justin, all have a connection to Lethbridge College.
Enviro-span: Researcher studies eco-friendly culvert system designed by college instructor that minimizes habitat impact, maximizes economic opportunities
Lethbridge College researcher John Derksen and his students are studying an environmentally friendly, modular culvert system suitable for use in parks, trails and ecologically sensitive areas.
After designing and creating an outfit for Montreal Fashion Week and interning for Anna Sui in New York City during her days as a student, Jena Murray (Fashion Design and Marketing 2014) graduated and
Every semester, students in the Lethbridge College Culinary program showcase their skills using the region’s best locally-grown or produced food at various lunches, dinners and celebrations.
It was the late 1950s in Lethbridge, and Carole Gemer’s (Business Education 1963) good friend was trying out for track for a new track team.
The skilful art of strategically hanging 14,000 twinkling lights programmed to a soundtrack of epic proportions is not for the faint of heart, but for one fearless family man, it’s been his legacy to Lethbridge.
Hot summer days and fast cars go hand-in-hand for many young men.
The gritty worlds of rodeo and playing music often collide in the life of steer wrestler and Juno-nominated country musician, Armond Duck Chief.
Lost boys, found men: From civil war in Sudan to the classrooms and convocation stage at Lethbridge College
Part I: Introduction - It seems like a simple question: “So…how old were you when all of this started?” - But the answer is complex, much like the lives John Manyok and Samuel Mathon have led si
Theresa Yauck and David Cocks: College grads concoct new and exciting designs for city’s newest brewery
After years of designing and tinkering, the opening of a new building is reason to lift a glass for architects and designers.
Mapping some of the Lethbridge College people who live, work, study, perform and create in southern Alberta’s sunniest (and breeziest) burg - The City of Lethbridge has a rich and rollicking history
- When Omar Kadir (General Studies 2005) and his wife Sandy walked in to their chemistry lab on the first floor in the corner classroom of the Andrews building in 2003, they were unaware that this w
For Tera-Beth Ann Gausvik (Fashion Design and Sustainable Production 2016), the best moment of her work in the college’s Fashion Design and Sustainable Production program comes at the end – when s
Sprouting from a need to fuel her beloved horses with the right nutrition, Henny Bruised Head (Blood Tribe Agricultural Training Initiative 2015) enrolled in the unique agricultural initiative betwe
As students stride by Sarah Jorgensen (Information Specialist/Office Assistant 2000) in Centre Core, - the clothes one of them is wearing catches her eye.