The bits to atoms workshop offered in Medicine Hat from July 20-29 was the perfect symmetry of old versus new; history versus cutting edge technology.
After Martyn O’Donnell left the Medicine Hat College to purse other interests, the facility which just had hosted the national women’s soccer championships last year as well as enjoyed a successful year in athletics, was left one person short in the athletics department.
If you thought the Medicine Hat College Rattlers were on break until summer, well, they're not. Both soccer squads already were involved in a Men’s and women’s soccer tournament in Kamloops, BC. Following are the results:
Nicole Nugent, program administrator for Medicine Hat College Continuing Studies and Savannah Symmonds, the college’s summer program co-ordinator were sitting in the college’s Centennial Hall last Thursday when a group of youngsters around the age of 10, asked them if they wanted a piece of homemade pizza they had just made.
Justin Fisher has done his family, his employer and his post-secondary institution proud after winning the gold medal in plumbing at the the 21st Annual Skills Canada National Competition in Saskatoon in late May.
A University of Alberta bridging program aimed at addressing a skills gap to help internationally trained physical therapists prepare to work in Canada has expanded to a third location.
In an environment of rising operating costs and declining government funding, Medicine Hat College’s Board of Governors has approved an operating budget for the institution’s 2015-2016 year.