Everything from A to ?
Written by Amanda Michalezki Tuesday, 26 March 2013 12:26
At the end of March, the discount retail store Zellers will close its doors forever. Located in the Centre Village Mall, the store has given employees two years notice and is having a final closing sale.
"Happy" hits Lethbridge International Film Festival
Written by Gregory Humber Tuesday, 26 March 2013 12:14
Happy, which closed the Lethbridge International Film Festival last Saturday, asked the age-old question: what makes someone happy? The film, directed by Roko Belic, took the viewer from the swamps of Louisiana to the slums of Kolkata India searching for this answer.
Energy drinks linked to high blood pressure
Written by David Kirby Tuesday, 26 March 2013 12:13
Energy drinks came under fire this week, with one scientist calling them a “drug.”
Unleashing your inner nerd
Written by Paul Krajewski Tuesday, 26 March 2013 11:31
The Galt Museum helped hundreds of post-secondary students release their inner nerd in a three-day event aimed at nurturing the nerd in all of us. Lethbridge’s first ever Nerd Fest wrapped up on Saturday morning at 10 a.m. following a night filled with trivia and games.
Rural campus closures not just because of budget cuts
Written by Ashley Hall Tuesday, 26 March 2013 11:15
Lethbridge College announced the closure of two of its rural campuses last Tuesday. Students planning to attend classes out of the Fort Macleod and Pincher Creek campuses will have to consider other options for next semester.
Written by Paul Krajewski Thursday, 21 March 2013 11:09
In our March 20 edition we printed a correction for a quote from Simon Griffiths and incorrectly printed his job title. Griffiths is the Vice President Corporate Services and Chief Financial Officer for the Lethbridge College. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused.
Shortest St. Patrick's Day parade 35 years running
Written by Paul Krajewski Tuesday, 19 March 2013 14:38
Carmangay came alive on Sunday morning as the Celtic sounds of Irish merriment filled the air along the 80-metre path from the post office to the local pub for the world’s shortest St. Patrick’s Day parade.
Making your home better one stone at a time
Tuesday, 19 March 2013 14:33
The 37th annual Home and Garden show presented by the Lethbridge Exhibition Park and the Canadian Home Builders’ Association, saw an average of 26,000 people attended this year.
Exhibition co-ordinator Mandie White said the 250 booths showcased had what’s needed for all home decor and renovations.
Students showcase talent at Collide-O-Scope
Written by David Kirby Tuesday, 19 March 2013 13:50
Lethbridge College is gearing up for Collide-O-Scope 2013, with the talent show planned for sometime in April.
No place like homelessness for university students
Written by Ashley Low Tuesday, 19 March 2013 13:30
Think for a moment of your life as a teenager. Remember the goods times and the bad and remember your bedroom with your comfortable bed and warm blankets.
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- New WiFi coming to Lethbridge College
- Government taking a step in the wrong direction
- College operating budget slashed
- 2013 Alberta Budget: the good and the bad
- Canada mourns Stompin' Tom
- Students face challenges finding summer jobs
- Fire leaves cats helpless, donations still needed
- Snow clearing behind the scenes
- Pink Shirt Campaign battles bullying
- LCSA Greenhouse Project to improve produce in Peru
- Cancer survivor 'thrives' with life
- Taking your health to heart
- Poll open Wednesday; who will win
- Furor follows kiddie porn comments
- Fundrasier aims to gain awareness
- Demand for online courses changing programs
- East to west pipeline benefits all Canadians says Redford
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