Spring 2020Past Issues
5 quick questions with 10 of the many inspiring members of the Class of ‘20
Environmental sciences students share some of the flora, fauna and fabulousness they encountered on their field trips this past year
The virtual and very real rise of Mike McCready and the Lethbridge College START Initiative
New applied research chair dedicated to finding new ways to minimize postharvest losses.
Lethbridge College President and CEO Dr. Paula Burns took a break during the banquet for some photobooth fun during the Murray Chevrolet Cadillac 2020 ACAC Men’s Volleyball Championship
Two athletes, two builders and two teams are the newest inductees into the Lethbridge College Kodiaks hall of fame.
For this issue of Wider Horizons, Matheson chose a recipe that is simple, delicious and versatile for any time of year (something to keep in mind with grilling season just around the corner).
Students always love stopping by for a snuggle with a cuddly canine during a Doggy De-stress event on campus.
The generations of Lethbridge College students who passed through the Buchanan Library might not recognize the place today after a recent $3 million overhaul.
Four Lethbridge College alumni who have gone on to become leaders in their careers and communities have been recognized as this year’s Honouring Excellence award winners.
Jacquie Daumont is this year’s Lethbridge College Distinguished Alumna.
For Nursing and Primary Care Paramedic students, the Simulated Patient Health Environment for Research and Education (SPHERE) lab is a place to put theory into practice.
The Kodiaks men’s volleyball team wrapped up its most successful season in program history with a fourth-place finish at the team’s first trip to nationals and a silver medal-repeat in the conference championships this year.
“We’re removing the last pay phone from campus,” the Telus representative said. Repeatedly.
Lethbridge College has joined a growing number of post-secondary institutions that have installed a Lucas Fiorella Friendship Bench as a suicide prevention technique.
Hanlon Ag gift, partnership between ag and college and principles to guide future collaboration.
If you’ve ever wanted to bone up on Siberian tiger anatomy, you’ll soon get your chance thanks to the January donation by Environment Canada of a rare Siberian tiger specimen...