Winter 2011Past Issues
Red Beet and Onion Potage Soup - Yield: 8 portions / 200ml each - Ingredients - - 700 gram (1 1/2 lbs) - red beets ( fresh) - 40 ml (3 TBS) butter - 150 gram (medium sized) - onion medium dice -
Your last soufflé resembled something from the kids’ menu at IHOP? Chef Heng Ng (Culinary Careers ’94), now a Culinary Careers instructor and dessert soufflé maestro, is here to dry your tears.
LCI principal Bill Bartlett’s teaching evolution began on Lethbridge College’s campus - Bill Bartlett stood in front of the class, a newly minted, government-certified teacher, ready to begin his career imparting knowledge to young, inquiring minds.
Sean vividly recalls the night, about two years ago, he was hoping to make a drug buy when the suspect with whom he was negotiating suddenly asked him if he was an undercover cop.
Richard Dale Huculiak - Criminal Justice-Policing ’78 - I was employed with Alberta Correctional Services from 1982 to 1989 at the Lethbridge Correctional Centre (security) and Lethbridge Community
College recruiters enlist social media to attract students.
Athletics Manager Bill Dean sees sports as an education.
Lethbridge College’s online applied degree program allows Canada’s correctional service personnel to keep working while they enhance their careers.
Since taking the reins at Lethbridge College more than five years ago, I’ve become a bit of a braggart.
Thomas Kuperus (Corrections ’10) wanted to see Africa, glean a greater cultural awareness and do some good along the way.
Wetaskiwin MP Blaine Calkins, Lethbridge College alumnus, finds his Conservation Enforcement diploma comes in handy in his new life in Ottawa.
Elsewhere, it’s a typical Monday night in Lethbridge: by 11 p.
Phil Harttrup can’t seem to keep his feet on the ground these days.
Students often encounter overwhelming pressure to succeed.
With presence in three more communities, Lethbridge College is making its programs more accessible - Something is taking place between the fall rye and the spring wheat out in the rural areas of southern Alberta: adult learning.
Southern Albertans are a deprived bunch when it comes to choices in potato varieties.
Wider Horizons asked alumnus Jordan Brown (Hotel and Resort Management ’04), general manager of The Movie Mill, to share a word or two on movies.
Facebook branding requires a little common sense - Employers are sneaky.
Mark Dieser is a smart shopper.