Red Deer College

Two convocation ceremonies were held for Red Deer College graduates at the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre on Friday. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)

Red Deer College postpones June convocation

Convocation cancelled to comply with Alberta Health COVID-19 directives

Two convocation ceremonies were held for Red Deer College graduates at the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre on Friday. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Guy Pelletier, chair of Red Deer College’s board of governors, said the post-secondary school is excited to become a university. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)

RDC intent on achieving university status

Post-secondary review yet to be begin

Guy Pelletier, chair of Red Deer College’s board of governors, said the post-secondary school is excited to become a university. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
The community mailbox at Highway 596 and Range Road 284, west of Red Deer, was vandalized Sunday. (Photo by Shirley Armitage)

Rural community mailboxes continue to be targeted

Canada Post says repairs are underway

The community mailbox at Highway 596 and Range Road 284, west of Red Deer, was vandalized Sunday. (Photo by Shirley Armitage)
Red Deer College student Georgie Blackburn, of Britain, said she was attracted to RDC because it was a smaller institution. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)

Red Deer College strives for multicultural student body

Focus on attracting international students

Red Deer College student Georgie Blackburn, of Britain, said she was attracted to RDC because it was a smaller institution. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Red Deer College president Peter Nunoda. (Photo by contributed)
Red Deer College president Peter Nunoda. (Photo by contributed)
Red Deer College president Peter Nunoda said RDC is committed to deep consultation on the question of renaming the teams. (File photo by Advocate staff)
Red Deer College president Peter Nunoda said RDC is committed to deep consultation on the question of renaming the teams. (File photo by Advocate staff)
Red Deer College wants people to participate in an online survey regarding a new name for its sports teams. (Photo contributed)

Differing opinions on changing RDC’s team names

Red Deer College invites public input

Red Deer College wants people to participate in an online survey regarding a new name for its sports teams. (Photo contributed)
Red Deer College is hosting an open house for potential students. (Photo contributed)

Red Deer College hosts open house

Potential students encourage to attend

Red Deer College is hosting an open house for potential students. (Photo contributed)
File photo by Advocate staff                                 Red Deer College president Peter Nunoda said the college will look at ways to raise revenue to fill in the funding gaps.
File photo by Advocate staff                                 Red Deer College president Peter Nunoda said the college will look at ways to raise revenue to fill in the funding gaps.
Taylor McCallum, a Red Deer College plumbing graduate, competed for Canada at the WorldSkills Kazan competition in Russia. (Courtesy, WorldSkills)

RDC graduate flexes his plumbing skills at a global competition in Russia

Taylor McCallum and other competitors later ”came together” to help orphanage

Taylor McCallum, a Red Deer College plumbing graduate, competed for Canada at the WorldSkills Kazan competition in Russia. (Courtesy, WorldSkills)
Peter Nunoda is the president of Red Deer College. (Advocate file photo).

RDC is unique and doesn’t have to worry about cuts aimed at reducing duplication, says its president

Peter Nunoda waits to see what changes the provincial budget will bring

Peter Nunoda is the president of Red Deer College. (Advocate file photo).
Red Deer College will host its annual conference Backpacks to Briefcases on Thursday. Photo contributed)

RDC’s Backpacks to Briefcases conference is back

Thursday at Welikoklad Event Centre Theatre

Red Deer College will host its annual conference Backpacks to Briefcases on Thursday. Photo contributed)
Morris Flewwelling, former chair of the RDC board of governors. ((Advocate file photo).

‘Challenging’ road ahead for RDC without some continuity in leadership, says ousted board chair

But Morris Flewwelling expresses full confidence in his successor, Guy Pelletier

Morris Flewwelling, former chair of the RDC board of governors. ((Advocate file photo).
A former RDC music student returns to perform in the city with a Police tribute band during an RDC music department reunion. (Contributed image).
A former RDC music student returns to perform in the city with a Police tribute band during an RDC music department reunion. (Contributed image).
Musicamp musicians to perform free community concert series at Red Deer College

Musicamp musicians to perform free community concert series at Red Deer College

Drop-in concerts held from July 29 to Aug. 17 on Arts Centre, Mainstage

Musicamp musicians to perform free community concert series at Red Deer College
Retiring RDC president Joel Ward. (Advocate file photo).

‘My whole life has changed,’ says retiring RDC president

Joel Ward said his time in Red Deer was life-changing

Retiring RDC president Joel Ward. (Advocate file photo).
Photo by LANA MICHELIn/Advocate staff                                Ceramicist Trudy Golley, with photos of her works as they appear in a Art Macau festival book.

Red Deer ceramicist basks in international spotlight at Art Macau festival

Four of Trudy Golley’s gold-lustre works are showing in Macau museum and Sands hotel

Photo by LANA MICHELIn/Advocate staff                                Ceramicist Trudy Golley, with photos of her works as they appear in a Art Macau festival book.
Peter Nunoda, the new president of Red Deer College, will officially assume his new job on Sept. 3. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).

WATCH: New RDC president has three decades of experience working at colleges and universities

Peter Nunoda says he’s ‘excited’ to help transition the college into a university

Peter Nunoda, the new president of Red Deer College, will officially assume his new job on Sept. 3. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).
Staff layoffs at Red Deer College have been happening over the last few months to prepare for the 2019-20 budget. (Photo contributed)

Red Deer College trims staff

Declining revenues and increasing expenses

Staff layoffs at Red Deer College have been happening over the last few months to prepare for the 2019-20 budget. (Photo contributed)
Two convocation ceremonies were held for Red Deer College graduates at the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre on Friday. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)

Red Deer College grads ready for ‘next chapter’

Looking ahead to careers in their chosen fields

Two convocation ceremonies were held for Red Deer College graduates at the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre on Friday. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)