Author Archives: David Selles

Mock disaster gives students hands-on experience

*Video content may be disturbing to some viewers. Lethbridge College held a mock disaster for students in the EMT, Nursing, Criminal Justice and Digital Communications and Media programs to help them receive some hands-on experience for when they leave the college. Check out the story to learn more.

360° tour of escape rooms in Lethbridge

Escape Rooms have been gaining popularity in Lethbridge. These rooms test your problem-solving skills and overall knowledge in order for your escape to be successful. Start your adventure here, by touring some of the different rooms available in Lethbridge.  


Grow the mo

Frank Zappone curls his stache that he has been growing for Movember. Moustaches have been growing on many men over the last month to raise awareness for men’s health. One place these lip whiskers can be seen is Lethbridge College as both students and staff have been letting loose on their facial hair. One staff member

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What’s your beef: Hold off on Christmas

This week my beef lies with the people who gloss over Remembrance Day because it’s not important enough for them. There are a couple of different types of people that share my thoughts. One example is how people don’t show up to any Remembrance Day ceremonies put on by various cities and towns across the

The battle between love and war

Most people only remember the soldiers and veterans who were involved in the war. But another aspect of remembering so often lost is remembering the parents of soldiers all around the world who had to watch their son or daughter go off on a mission not knowing if they would see them again. Elsie Eelhart was

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What’s up with relationships?

This week my beef lies with the people who think that you have to be in a relationship to be happy. It seems that people are becoming pressured more and more to find the person of their dreams, or in so many cases, the person they feel will make them happy for a bit. Personally,


Keeping Shakespeare alive

The Lethbridge Shakespeare Performance Society meet in their Annual General Meeting to discuss their plans for the 2018 season. One local group is bringing Shakespeare back to life. The Lethbridge Shakespeare Performance Society is once again planning a great show for the 2018 season. President and show Producer Kate Connolly started the society six years

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Gord Downie – The Canadian Poet

It has been just over a week since the legendary lead singer of The Tragically Hip passed away of cancer at the age of 53. While his passing away was somewhat expected, it was still heart-breaking when the announcement came from his family. Downie was more than just a musician, he was a poet. His


Living with type one diabetes

Liam Scheurkogel checks his blood sugar before having dinner to make sure his levels are where they need to be. The new and difficult challenges that type one diabetes brings can seem daunting and overwhelming to some families. But for one family, they were able to take most of the changes type one diabetes can