Winter 2018Past Issues
Dr. James Twa established college's foundation in vocational and technical education
Lethbridge College’s history comes alive in its new Founders’ Square.
Lethbridge College's 60th birthday party brought more than 2,000 revelers to campus for a day of free fun and celebration.
It all started with one – one dream, one prairie landscape and one building. And Lethbridge Junior College’s trades and technologies programming started in 1957 with one student taking one trade.
Chelsea Pettersen, Fashion Design and Marketing 2009
Largest construction project in Lethbridge College history comes to a completion as new Trades, Technologies and Innovation Facility opens.
Celebrating the successes of our alumni in their careers and throughout their lives.
New CARI director eager to create and cultivate applied research projects
Choosing the best name for a school sports mascot or team name is not easy. From the earliest days, sports were an essential part of the Lethbridge College experience, so leaders wanted something that would be respected and that could build school spirit.
Near the end of the Blackfoot naming ceremony on campus on Oct. 19, Dr. Paula Burns presents Lethbridge College Blackfoot Grandparent Peter Weasel Moccasin with a Pendleton blanket that reflects the college colours.
Nick Savidov builds sustainability one plant and one fish at a time.
$176,000 raised at the 27th annual Clayton Allan Wine Auction in November. Funds raised went to support future changes in the Andrews Building (including Culinary).
Guillermo Aceytuno, a Business Administration student, was named the grand prize winner in the technology stream of the Chinook Entrepreneur Challenge held in late spring.
If you'd like to indulge in a pastry fit for a sultan, empress or prince, consider creating a tray full of crispy, sweet, nutty baklava.
During the past few months, campus was a hub of special events and openings, community gatherings and celebrations.
Students in the college’s Engineering Technologies programs are eager to begin building and benefitting the community at Canstruction, an annual event where teams make structures entirely out of full cans of food.
Lethbridge College students Evan Weir and Gabrielle Kolk were part of the teams that finished in second and third place at the third annual Cor Van Raay Agri-Business Case Competition in November.
The Kodiaks women’s basketball team celebrated its undefeated, national championship season on Nov. 4 by unveiling the 2016-17 CCAA championship banner and presenting the coaching staff and players with their championship rings.
Visitors to the third floor of the Cousins Building get a great view of the snow-covered soccer fields, where students take advantage of a wide path shoveled from the Enmax Centre to campus.
Acknowledging and celebrating its location on the traditional land of the Blackfoot people, Lethbridge College is proud to permanently fly the Blackfoot Confederacy flag in front of its campus.