Author Archives: Steve Seto

Golf is Easy

A popular summer activity is starting to see the green, but getting a little bit of a later start than usual. Spring weather is finally upon us and Lethbridge is coming out of hibernation. This week, I looked into how Lethbridge golf courses and golfers are getting back into the swing of things.

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Sudan refugee gains a second chance

Zachariah Magok shows off photos of when he was in refugee camps in Africa for 15 years before making Canada his home. A Lethbridge College student is now looking forward to a new and brighter future now that he has settled in Canada. Zachariah Magok was one of the lost boys of Sudan that started

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That’s all folks

The school year is almost done and for some of us it is time to move onto the next step. Finally getting into our chosen careers and getting paid for it! Yes, there is a lot of excitement about getting a paycheque after spending years without a steady income. Even though we aren’t clearly out

A Ukrainian booth set up to show traditional artifacts at Bridging cultures.

Around the world in one day

A Ukrainian booth set up to show traditional artifacts at Bridging cultures. Lethbridge College students and staff were able to take a trip around the world without leaving campus last week. The Bridging Cultures event features performances, food and music from different countries around the world. This year featured five different continents to experience right

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Coaldale – Green and clean

Coaldale will add a third green bin to it’s recycling program this spring in addition to the two set in place for trash and household plastics. The town of Coaldale will be doing its part in helping the community stay green. A composting bin will be added to garbage and household plastics pickups this spring.

Student gets Global opportunity

One lucky student has been chosen as the recipient of this year’s Troy Reeb Internship and will spend time at Global Toronto to get a first-hand experience in a national news station. Stephanie Savage won this year’s opportunity after an interview with Reeb, Senior Vice President of News at Corus Entertainment. Her first reactions to

The team crowds around Robert Miles III to congratulate him after being named second team all-start for the CCAA national tournament.

Men’s Kodiaks clinch fifth place finish

The team crowds around Robert Myles III to congratulate him after being named second team all-start for the CCAA national tournament. The Lethbridge College Kodiaks men’s basketball team tipped off against the toughest teams across Canada last weekend. The men took over Prince Edward Island to compete in the CCAA championships. After upsetting the nationally

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