Spring 2018Past Issues
In preparing this issue of Wider Horizons, I have been thinking a lot about time.
Business Administration alumnus fuses a lifelong love of watches with entrepreneurial innovation to create handcrafted masterpieces.
Whether coming from across the city or across the globe, Lethbridge College’s students, instructors, mentors and friends all take diverse routes to get here, and the college is a more vibrant community as a result.
Lethbridge College becomes a temporary home to the small but significant group of students from the Yukon and the Northwest Territories as they pursue their post-secondary education
Lethbridge College President and CEO Dr. Paula Burns and academic strategist Silvana Campus take a coffee break in the president’s office on the Monday after they were celebrated as two of the nine winners of YWCA Women of Distinction awards.
The Interior Design Technology program at Lethbridge College was a natural fit for Anali Reizvikh, owner of Lethbridge-based True North Slings.
For this issue of Wider Horizons, we put out a call to Lethbridge College staff members and asked what recipe they’d like to learn how to make.
Wind Turbine Technician instructor Chris DeLisle, who has taught at Lethbridge College for more than five years, isn’t afraid of heights.
Lethbridge averages 333 days of sunshine a year, making it one of the sunniest cities in Canada.
Some soon-to-be-grads share memories and important insights about people, practicums, projects and places that hold meaning for them
With a whoosh past the finish line, the South Korean four-man bobsled team struck an unlikely Olympic silver medal.
Celebrating the successes of our alumni in their careers and throughout their lives.
Her paintings can be found at the Galt, the Glenbow and the National Gallery of Canada, as well as on the walls of the University of Calgary, the Vancouver Art Gallery, the Winnipeg Art Gallery, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and hospitals and more.
Lethbridge College’s Early Childhood Education (ECE) program set out just over a year ago to champion outdoor play in Alberta, and the team hasn’t wasted any time.