FCC Student Leadership Lounge opens
Vermilion campus has a new headquarters for student clubs thanks to Farm Credit Canada (FCC). The meeting room space in Alumni Hall will give 18 clubs a place for meetings and other club activities.
More opportunities for trades education
About 300 local high school students will take career and technology studies courses through Lakeland College this academic year. With a pilot dual credit project in the works, plus the annual high school regional skills competition and Bi-provincial Try-a-Trade, Lakeland provides a variety of opportunities for learning.
Also in the news
Our new president will be blogging... Read the first Tidbits from Tracy
For the third time, Lakeland College's interior design program has earned an NKBA Excellence in Education Award
Crop tech students will be explaining the student managed farm concept at Farm Tech 2014. Read about their ag awareness presentation
UT Haylee Dayton wants people to be careful with their words because of the attached stigmas. Learn more about her (Un)fortunate understandings: My demons presentation
Rustlers basketball teams both went east over the Christmas break. The men were in Winnipeg, while the women travelled all the way to Halifax. Read about the Rustlers in Nova Scotia
and Rustlers at the Wesmen
An all-time high of 62 Rustlers compete in rodeo this year. With season high point and four event leaders, Lakeland's cowboys and cowgirls are practicing until the next rodeos in March. Get an update on the rodeo Rustlers
Rodeo is also in the news with a new date and name for the annual bull riding event. Check out the details of when the CPRA comes to Vermilion on April 5
Volunteering for a major event can come with unexpected problems as Jeff Dustow learned when a wind storm damaged the outdoor rink for Lloydminster's Hockey Day in Canada. Read about the repairs.