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제목 What's up at Lethbridge College (Fall 2018)
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Fall 2018

Alumni Newsletter

Because here, everybody’s got a job to do. We are a community committed to one another. We know that what happens next matters most. WE'RE READY. 

Learn the story behind our new brand here.

Over 3,500 alumni, students, staff and community members joined us for Coulee Fest on Sept. 15. Thank you to the 60 volunteers, 12 food trucks, 5bands and 35 entertainment vendors who made the day happen.

Through the dunk tank alone, $620 was raised for our LCSA food bank.

Sweater Weather?

 Don't forget that your Lethbridge College Alumni Card can get you 15 per cent off at the Lethbridge College Bookstore!

Get your alumni card here

Each year, the Lethbridge College community comes together to honour those alumni whose perseverance, determination and grit set them apart and led them to rise to the top of their careers and communities. We are recognizing those grads who rose to the challenge to change our world one decision at a time, making a difference to those around them. 

Nominate yourself or a fellow deserving alumna or alumnus today!


Our fall issue is full of some really fantastic stories, including our cover story on Moji Taiwo, a 1981 Communication Arts grad who came to Canada from Nigeria and dedicated her life helping others. Then there’s an in-depth section on the many and diverse applied research projects happening right now at the college, and be sure to check out the in-depth look into our virtual learning opportunities – and how these experiences are "changing mindsets with headsets." You can also get a bird’s eye view of our new welding booths; discover the story a food court employee and college grad who is serving up caring words and one-of-a-kind pieces of art along with the day’s specials; learn how to make Chef Doug’s recipe for Snapper Veracruzand so much more.

We’re also excited to introduce a new feature called "The Last Word." This is where we ask a question of our alumni and then have Lethbridge illustrator Eric Dyck create a drawing that reflects the answers. The inaugural feature included responses from three alumni discussing the fashions they rocked on campus when they were students. For the winter issue, we’re hoping to hear the best of your Barn stories. Send us your stories – and let Eric turn that into art – for our next issue!

Lethbridge College News

Enrollment jumps at Lethbridge College
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Ashcroft: Giving Back
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SCoRE promotes student resilience
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Fall action heats up for Kodiaks Athletics

Three medals at ACAC cross country championships

Kodiaks super sophomore Sophia Nowicki completed an ACAC season for the ages on Saturday as she captured the individual women’s cross-country gold medal and led the Kodiaks to the women’s team championship as well. Nowicki won every race she competed in during the ACAC season, and won the conference gold medal by finishing 25 seconds ahead of her closest competitor at the championships hosted by Lakeland College in Vermilion. The Kodiaks tied Red Deer College for the top team score, but earned the 60th ACAC title in Lethbridge College history by winning the tie-breaker. Nowicki and seventh place finisher Emily Spencer both earned ACAC all-conference honours.

The Kodiaks men saved their best effort of the season for the championships, as the team earned a bronze medal. Freshman Timothy Kimaiyo finished in sixth place and was named to the all-conference team. Both the men’s and women’s teams qualify for nationals on Nov. 9-10 in Toronto.

Women’s soccer earns first medal in 24 years

The Kodiaks women’s soccer team entered the ACAC championships as underdogs, but shocked the conference to win the bronze medal, earning the program’s first playoffs wins and medal since 1994.

The women beat The King’s University in an ACAC quarterfinal on Friday, on the strength of goals by Sydney Hope and Vicki Noronha. The team lost 3-0 to south division champion SAIT in a semifinal on Saturday, but a thriller on Sunday against Concordia pushed the Kodiaks to the podium. Noronha’s second goal of the weekend had the Kodiaks in a 1-1 draw after regulation, and the team won in penalty kicks with goalkeeper Paige Gattafoni making the key last stop.

The Kodiaks men also had a shot at a medal, but came up just short. A second-half hat trick by Wilson Ntignee gave the Kodiaks a 3-1 win over The King’s University in Friday’s quarterfinal, but the team lost 4-0 to NAIT in Saturday’s semifinal. In Sunday’s bronze medal game against SAIT, a goal in the final minutes by Taylor Laviolette tied the game, but the Kodiaks lost in penalty kicks.

Carey earns double coach of the year honours

At the ACAC awards banquet on Thursday in Calgary, Kodiaks soccer coach Sean Carey was honoured as both men’s and women’s coach of the year for the south division. It is the first time a coach has won both awards in the same season, and he becomes just the third coach in ACAC history to win both women’s and men’s awards. Carey guided both his teams to the ACAC playoffs, and will go forward as the ACAC nominee for CCAA national coach of the year.

The Kodiaks had six players named to the ACAC all-conference teams. Wilson Ntignee, David Low and Ben Knight were named to the men’s side, while Kayla Kehoe, Christine Moser and Aimee Santangelo earned women’s honours

Visit www.gokodiaks.ca for the latest updates, and be sure to follow the Kodiaks on Facebook (link www.facebook.com/lckodiaks), Twitter (@LC_Kodiaks) and Instagram (lc_kodiaks).

Stay tuned for our next Kodiaks Moment and save the date for Nov. 23 and 24!

Pay It Forward and join our monthly 50/50

To date, our faculty, staff and community have provided 223, $1000 student awards to Lethbridge College students 

To contribute $10/month to this growing initiative, please contact alumni@lethbridgecollege.ca


Did you respond to our Spring alumni survey? If so, we heard you! We're compiling our results and you will be hearing from us again soon.

Lethbridge College alumni! You may not have heard, but all alumni can continue to access employment support from Student Employment and Professional Development.

Whether you are looking for your first job post-graduation, or looking for a change, or looking at going a completely different direction.,we are here to continue to support you in your career story. With services ranging from resume and cover letter guidance to interview preparation and job search strategies, check out our website Student Employment and Professional Development or get in touch with us at careers@lethbridgecollege.ca.

 Are you ready?

We want to hear from you!

We're always looking to stay connected with Lethbridge College graduates. Share your story, your experiences and your memories by email or at 403-329-7220.

Stay involved with Lethbridge College by volunteering as a classroom speaker, joining us at a Kodiaks game, or learning more about our Alumni Advisory Council.

If you're already ever on campus as a guest, visitor or speaker, please stop by CE2322 and say hi!

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Sydney Wakaruk, Alumni Relations Coordinator

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