Spring 2021Past Issues
Lethbridge College students, employees and alumni offer insights into how they have adapted and eventually embraced new challenges in their lives
Lethbridge College President and CEO Dr. Paula Burns takes a minute to check email in her office after stopping by with her new addition, Belle, one day this spring.
Design students put their imaginations to work in innovative hands-on learning project
When Chef Devon Apperloo (Cook Apprentice 2018) is cooking, he doesn’t have to travel far to grab the freshest produce possible. He just needs to walk out the back door.
Virtual courses open doors to classroom visits from internationally acclaimed authors
While the pandemic has put some of the usual campus events on pause, the news didn’t stop this winter and spring.
Lethbridge College celebrated 10 exceptional colleagues. Launch of Niitsitapi strategy. College celebrates retirees.
The teams in our Centre for Applied Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Integrated Agriculture Technology Centre have continued moving their research programs along even with the challenges posed by the pandemic.
For five decades, Lethbridge College communications students have honed their craft in the Endeavour lab, creating the student-run newspaper and gaining valuable hands-on experience.
It’s hard to predict how your education will shape your life, but for Kevin and Amelia (Melo) Keech, studies at Lethbridge College spawned a family devoted to community service.
Celebrating the Lethbridge College alumni who are building community and making their mark in memorable ways.
Lethbridge College’s 64th convocation will include a first: the naming of a valedictorian.