Winter 2010Past Issues
Inside this issue you’ll find insight into the design, construction and sustainability of our new learner residence, which has been inching skyward since last August.
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On dry: xeriscaping no hose job
When Paula Collins arrived at Lethbridge College from Winnipeg in 2008 to begin Lethbridge College’s four-year Conservation Enforcement program, she brought along a belief in environmental sustainability.
A green champion arises
There’s a new term in vogue in the sustainability field: regeneration.
Scholarship winner has a new altitude
Ty Provost is a bit of an adrenaline junkie.
Technology driving careers
Claire Parkinson enrolled at Lethbridge College to fulfill her dream of becoming a nurse.
Fast and the Furious
Dave Daniels is spinning his wheels these days, getting nowhere – and loving every minute of the journey.
New day dawns for trades
The community, they say, has been good to them since they arrived 30 years ago to open the city’s first Canadian Tire store.
Q&A with trades in mind
It’s been 25 years since Dave McLellan graduated from Lethbridge College as a journeyman electrician, a trade he later taught on campus for eight years.
Perspectives- What is your perspective on trades and the economy?
Darrel Bohle- Bel-Aire Welding - As a 1983 graduate of the college’s welding program, Darrel Bohle knew trades was his passion.
Lethbridge College has been through some substantial changes in the last few months: a new look, a new name, new programs, always placing students at the forefront of these innovations.
Forging Alberta’s next economy
Carpenters, welders, electricians, interior designers, environmental scientists, engineering drafters, business and communications experts, office administrators: you’d wonder what these diverse wor
Higher education: a buyer’s market
The selling and consumption of almost every commodity on Earth has changed dramatically in the last decade.
Where are they now?
Rob Bernshaw- Automotive Service Technology 1993 - Since graduation, Rob has earned a diploma in Telecommunications Technology from NAIT and works as an offsite service vehicle operator for the Alberta Motor Association in Edmonton.
Crash course in psychology- Our applied research might improve your driving
Jennifer Davis wants to help you be a better driver by getting into your head.
Chris Schamber- can’t curb his enthusiasm
You don’t have to spend much time with Chris Schamber to figure out he’s unique.
Justin in Kandahar
It was in my final year of high school in Prince George, B.
Cape of good hope
South Africa is a land of contrasting landscapes, a country in which travelers can stroll breathtaking beaches, stalk lions on sweeping savannahs and stroll beneath mountains that touch the clouds of its famed cape.
College picks its Green Team
Green is the colour of choice at Lethbridge College