Winter 2019Past Issues
Opioid use is changing our communities. These highly addictive drugs claim the lives of two Albertans a day and disrupt community life at all levels. This special feature looks at how southern Alberta is responding.
How many people are affected? Who are they? And why are they using drugs?
We asked our alumni to tell us their best Barn stories – from beers to boots in the rafters.
Students, staff and visitors to Lethbridge College have a new option for snacking between classes.
It’s easy for chefs and home cooks to be inspired by new and challenging recipes – that’s some of what keeps cooking so interesting.
College researchers investigate ‘one of the biggest threats to global health, food security and development’.
Congratulations to these Lethbridge College community members making a difference.
The Scotney family’s presence at Lethbridge College cannot be underestimated.
Kristie Kruger (Rehabilitation Services 1995)
When Randy Woroniuk set out to become a conservation officer, it was with the philosophy to protect the environment for future generations.
Celebrating the successes of our alumni in their careers and throughout their lives
If the Lethbridge College campus felt busier than usual this past September, that’s because it was.
Instructor, mental health grant lead, and meatatarian.
Associate dean of the Centre for Applied Arts and Sciences and knitter.
The new brand demonstrates the essence of Lethbridge College.
Lethbridge College President and CEO Dr. Paula Burns received a Blackfoot name