Spring 2022Past Issues
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Never Enough Nature
Celebrating Blackfoot Territory's hoodoos, coulees, prairies and peaks through stories and scenery
Never Enough Nature - Castle Mountains
A Story of Tatsiki-Miistáki – The Middle Mountains/Castle Wilderness Area
Never Enough Nature - Writing-On-Stone
A Story of Aísínai’Pi – Writing-On-Stone
Never Enough Nature - Waterton
A Story of Paahtómahksi – Waterton
Never Enough Nature - Crowsnest Mountains
A Story of Omahkai’Stoo – Crowsnest Mountain
Never Enough Nature – Lethbridge’s Coulees
Four Stories of Kaawahkóístsi – Lethbridge’s Coulees
These Class of '22 Grads are Ready
Grads dig deep to find just the right Wordle word to capture their college experience
I can’t write about what the mountains mean to me without writing about what they mean to my dad, who grew up living in a small apartment above the sausage factory in Chicago where his parents worked.
A Passion For Leadership, Learning And Relationships
Outgoing president reflects on nine years of leading Lethbridge College.
President in Action
Her action in and commitment to the community will be missed, and the entire Wider Horizons team wishes her well.
Chef Dave Poszmik
Five questions with the Spring 2022 valedictorian
Natural Resource Compliance student Matthew Henry has been named valedictorian for the Spring 2022 convocation.
Makers – Doers – Thinkers – Featuring Earla (Cassels) Legault
Celebrating the Lethbridge College alumni who are building community and making their mark in memorable ways.
The Gratrix Family
Venturing out into the world of higher education is often filled with the dreams and hopes one places upon themselves in seeking opportunities for personal growth.
The Last Word
Kodiaks fans rejoiced in the news that spectators could return to the Val Matteotti Gymnasium to cheer on student-athletes this winter and spring.