More mosquitoes, less tequila
The Enviro Club's new campaign is aimed at highlighting the benefits of a healthy and strong bat population. Without bats, mosquito populations would rise and a popular drink could potentially be eliminated.
Building confidence & charisma
A new Lakeland course is teaching students to take the lead by incorporating some common drama skills into public speaking.
In other news
In the latest From the President's Desk
column, Alice provides updates on the dairy barn, animal health clinic and budget timelines, among other areas.
The street rod technologies program is heating up with their new Camaro-styled barbecue.
Dairy hoof care
was the focus of a recent two-day course at the Vermilion campus.
, an animal science technology student, was featured as an young agriculture advocate in Saskatchewan Cattleman's Connection
prior to starting her studies at Lakeland. Her story starts on page seven.
Interested in new professional development opportunities? CUSO
is an international organization that places professionals in volunteer positions overseas or domestically.
magazine recently featured Lakeland's western ranch & cow horse program
– the only college program in Canada where you bring your own horse to class.
Our women’s basketball team
continues to move up the CCAA rankings. The team started the season in 12th, and most recently was ranked 5th in the nation.
The latest Link photo gallery takes a peek at what students are doing in the classroom and on the court. As well, there are a few festive photos from recent community events, including the annual Night Light Parade.