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Lethbridge College Open House

Lethbridge College gave prospective students a chance to dive deeper into programs they offer. The college hosted their annual Open House on Saturday providing people the opportunity to take tours of the college and also apply on the spot. Student recruiter and Events Planner Jessica Quarterman says the event was a successful one. She also

Lethbridge College LQBTQ+

The Lethbridge College LQBTQ+ club is taking important steps toward campus inclusion. In partnership with Lethbridge Pride Fest, a series of open panel discussions and gatherings will be held on campus to make offered services more visible. Vice President of the college club, Zachary Wigand says that they are taking an important steps forward by

Donor Awards Gala 2018

Lethbridge College encourages its donors to take a bow for their continued support. The college hosted its annual appreciation event to honour those who contribute to student awards and innovation last night. Second year criminal justice student Scott Sigfusson says that events like these give students the opportunity to see a real face behind the

Nobleford begins to move up in the world

  The largest village in Alberta may be different in the coming months. The village of Nobleford is taking strides to gain official town status after 100 years as a village. This potential change comes during their centennial year and as mayor Don McDowell says, is something they took a long look at before pursuing.

Mental Health Awareness at the college

The Lethbridge College Kodiaks athletes have been fighting back at mental health awareness by supporting it this week and weekend with their very own Kodiaks “Make Some Noise for Mental Health” event they ran during volleyball and basketball games. “The Kodiaks ‘Make Some Noise for Mental Health’ is an Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference wide initiative

Trudeau Government faces backlash over changes to summer grant

Westminster Chapel Pastor, Ian Crooks, works at his desk in preparation for his next sermon.   The Canadian federal government is feeling the heat over a change made to a grant application for summer camps. Bible camps in Alberta like Southern Alberta Bible Camp (SABC) will now need to check an extra box in order

It’s not about how you play, it’s about if you’re a woman

The high-tempo music vibrates the hardwood and the targeted intensity is palpable throughout the gymnasium. Looking up at the stands to see the almost empty bleachers, the Kodiaks notice the deafening silence of another game played without a crowd. 

For many women’s sports, this is the far too frequent reality. Deanna Dotts, head coach of

Preserving culture and repairing relationships is critical

Lethbridge College is making an effort to include and celebrate Blackfoot culture, even as the knowledge of it dwindles with every generation. Pam Blood, the Indigenous Service’s Academic Advisor, said preserving a culture brings in a lot of different facets. Some of these facets include language preservation, structures of family, the importance of traditional parenting