Summer 2008Past Issues
The numbers tell some of the story: Lethbridge College Service Learning students provide some 4,300 volunteer hours annually to as many as 60 organizations, many of which ask for one of roughly 100 students involved each semester.
When summer holidays strike, smart Lethbridge parents will be ensuring their young athletes attend a Kodiaks sports camp.
Sheryl Cody may be more than 3,500 kilometres from her hometown of Milk River, but the southern Alberta farm girl still starts her days at 5 a.
For 25-year-old Shanda Venier, it started with a thesis paper titled “What is ‘Indian’ anyway?” - After hours of research, countless interviews, and a lot of digging, she got her answer, and more.
Each fall for the last several years, as soccer heads for hibernation and indoor sports begin to stir, Lethbridge College athletes of a different stripe head into the fields of Alberta for what is fast becoming their traditional harvest of gold.
When a 14-year-old brought a gun into a Taber high school in March 1999, killing one student and wounding another, the phenomenon of young people settling scores through homicidal rage stopped being an isolated American problem.
Her designs have swirled across the stage at the Juno Awards.
Teaching used to be so wonderfully uncomplicated by technology, unless chalk and slate counted as innovation.
Ringo Starr got by with a little help from his friends, but sometimes it takes the concerted effort of many people to achieve great things.
In a now-forgotten time (say, five years ago) the art of storytelling was honed around a hearth, at a grandparent’s knee, or while marshmallows toasted over a campfire.
Interior Design student Lindsay Gergel might never have thought she’d make her first real-world mark in the lingerie business.
Kodiaks Athletics hopes to corner the bear market in pride when its new logo lights up merchandise this September.