Easter Chick Campaign
Written by Jamie Petluk Tuesday, 26 March 2013 11:40
The Big Brothers Big Sisters Organization in Lethbridge has kick started the Easter season with its Easter Chick Campaign.
Finding happiness in heartache
Written by Amanda Michalezki Tuesday, 19 March 2013 14:53
When going through trials it can be difficult to keep postive, but one man tries to convey messages of hope to others by making them laugh through their hardships
Spare Bears raise the bar on Bowl for Kids’ Sake
Written by Jamie Petluk Tuesday, 19 March 2013 14:27
Lethbridge College’s recruitment team won the Bowl for Kids’ Sake event, hosted by the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lethbridge and district, by raising $1,556.
"When your heart stops beating, you'll keep tweeting."
Written by Jenna Cole Tuesday, 19 March 2013 14:04
“Silent as the grave” no longer applies when it comes to LivesOn Twitter, the program that allows a person to keep tweeting after they pass away.
New Year’s resolutions falling short for healthy living
Written by David Kirby Tuesday, 12 March 2013 13:36
It’s been, more than two months since countless Canadians vowed to eat better and lose weight as part of New Year’s resolutions. Although over 70 per cent of us don’t keep our resolutions after four weeks, March is National Nutrition Month and Dietitians of Canada is urging Canadians to put their best foot forward when it comes to healthy eating.
Students explore cultures through their stomachs
Written by David Kirby Tuesday, 12 March 2013 12:54
Lethbridge College is preparing for a gastronomical celebration of world cultures next week, with the Bridging Cultures food festival on Monday.
Texters: you may be sticking your neck out
Written by Greg Humber Tuesday, 12 March 2013 12:22
As technology expands into everyday lives, so do the associated injuries that come with it.
Dark plotline, simple set leaves audience questioning reality
Written by Jenna Cole Tuesday, 05 March 2013 16:07
With an equally intriguing and unique plotline, New West
Theatre explores the darkest parts of the human mind in the three-person play, An Almost Perfect Thing.
First impressions are everything when it comes to love
Tuesday, 12 February 2013 15:02
In a matter of seconds people develop first impressions, which can either make or break chances of finding Mr. or Mrs. Right (Now).
Candie Co. marks its five-year anniversary
Written by Amanda Michalezki Tuesday, 12 February 2013 14:26
A Lethbridge College alumni has built a sweet idea from the ground up as a successful owner of his own clothing company.
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- Tired but wired: eight hour sleep myth
- A toy of a time at Antique and Toy Show
- Stop slaving away, merengue your way
- Walk down the aisle in style
- Compliments page proves good people still exist
- What are you expected to do when your partner says they don't want a gift?
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- Cultural Spotlight
- Blood, it is in us to give. Or is it?
- South Korean student blazes her own trail
- From victim to advocate: Ashley changes lives
- Award winning instructor reveals child’s life struggles in film
- End of Watch Review
- End of Watch Review
- Facebook and body image
- Online dating grows in popularity
- Sweating about a summer job
- Farwell to Endeavour class of 2012
- Common chord casting call
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