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March 26,1998

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Editors-Kirsten Larsen, Clayton Grose

Suicide: Hearing the cry
By Heather BaxterSuicide is the number one accident related death in Alberta, with car accidents coming in second. Alberta has the second highest suicide rate in Canada.

These statistics were provided by John Dube, a program director for counselling and education with Lethbridge Family Services. Dube played a key role in helping to organize this year's Suicide Awareness Week in Lethbridge that took place from the 22 to the 28 of March.

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Editors-Greg Wiseman, Heather Baxter

A word about book sales
By Alaina Fabro

Where can you find entertainment to fit a student's budget? At the LCC annual book sale.

The book sale was held in the Chinook Room at the College on March 30 and 31 and April 1, 1998 and received a good turnout.

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Editors-Adam Uttley, Garrett Simmons

Kodiaks honored
By Garrett Simmons

Once a year the athletic department rounds up its players, coaches, sponsors and alumni for one special evening; the awards banquet. It's a chance to recognise the athletes that made the year special, and the sponsors that made it all possible.

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Editors-Shelley Grant, Alicia Filipowich

Lasers bring new outlook
By Krista Read

Look around. They can be seen everywhere, in bus shelters, in magazines and on the internet. Advertisments bombarding the public with the words laser eye surgery.

This is more than just a fad, it is a way of life.

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Editors-Greg Price, Stephanie Roberts

Native Art at LCC
By Tammy Endresen

Students viewed Native Art at LCC Centre Core March 25 as part of Native Awareness Week. Clarence Hoof was one of 12 Southern Alberta artists who displayed items for raffle, sale and/or interest.

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This page was completely updated and revamped on March 26, 1998 by Brad H. and Roy U.