Winter 2022Past Issues
An intimate view of the front lines and what it’s really like on the job as a health-care worker in the midst of a global pandemic.
a life-altering injury threatened her athletic career – and nearly ended her life. But former Kodiaks soccer standout Payden Olsen Vair refuses to let any barrier slow her down.
Powerful words should be savoured – and shared. That’s what the Wider Horizons team decided after hearing the spoken words of this year’s fall valedictorian, Kyla Hornberger (Interior Design Technology 2021) at October’s Convocation.
When I think back on my experiences with hospitals and health care, what stands out most vividly are the kind and competent actions of nurses and other health-care workers.
The Iissksiniip Coulee Walk is an interpretative self-guided tour that explores the traditional plants found in the area, explains their uses and shares some of the traditional creation stories of the Siksikaitsitapi, the Blackfoot Confederacy.
One of the busiest places on campus this fall was the Lethbridge College Students’ Association’s new nine-hole disc golf course.
If you’re looking for a recipe that hits the spot in the heat of summer or chilliest days of winter, Chef Mark Dieser, the college’s manager of Food Services and Culinary, has the perfect suggestion.
Celebrating the Lethbridge College alumni who are building community and making their mark in memorable ways.
Sampath and his wife, Manori, raised two children, Sam (Samila) and Udari, who both graduated from Lethbridge schools and then went on to further their education at Lethbridge College.
Lethbridge College’s carpentry shop in the Trades building is where Carpenter Apprenticeship students nail down the skills they need for their future careers.