Spring 2019Past Issues
Walking with the Wisdom of our Mothers and Grandmothers
For more than six decades, Lethbridge College has been an important waypoint in the life journeys of tens of thousands of people.
Inspiring Indigenous Women - Archive
Read more from our archives.
When it comes to cooking, Chef Nikki Soup strikes to find a balance between her traditional roots and the latest food trends.
Soil education rooted in the ground: new donation to lethbridge college unearths endless learning possibilities
It’s a collection shrouded in mystery. Its history is murky. Its journey to its new home is the result of 30 years of hard work and partnership.
Digging Deeper into the Monolith Collection
Classification is a science and an art.
President in action
Dr. Paula Burnsparticipates in Employee Engagement sponsored Paint-and-Sip where employees created their own "Starry Night"
The Fluids Lab
The centrepiece of the lab is the 10-metre open channel flume, which runs down the long length of one side of the room.
The Last Word
The college's first women's soccer team, winning gold in their first season.
Congratulations to these Lethbridge College community members making a difference.
Where are they now?
Celebrating the successes of our alumni in their careers and throughout their lives
Chronicle of a college grad
Anne-Marie Jackson (Communication Arts – Print Journalism 2007)
Conversations With Our Convocates
ome soon-to-be-grads share memories and insights about meaningful Lethbridge College people, practicums, projects and places.
The Schmidt Family
Schmidt’s family has a hearty presence at the college, where his children have also answered the call to help others.
The Johnson Family
Rebecca’s Administrative Office Professional diploma led directly to the job she wanted very soon after graduating.
Keep up with all that's happening at Lethbridge College.
My Kodiaks Moment supports student-athletes.
Matteottis support student-athletes with $100,000 gift to Kodiaks Athletics.
Spotlight on Bill and Sue Smienk
As a couple, what do you do when one person loves to explore other cultures, and the other doesn’t enjoy travel? You bring the world to your door.
Campus in season
While this fine-feathered-friend didn’t divulge its travel routes, spotting a robin on campus is a true sign of spring.
Perhaps one step Wider Horizons can take toward truth and reconciliation is to honour and amplify these voices, providing a new platform to share their stories.