What will happen if our freshwater supply runs dry? How can we stay active and healthy as we age? What would the future hold if history is forgotten?
These are a few of the important questions that the 2005/2006 University of Lethbridge Community Report poses.
As in previous years, the Community Report provides a glimpse of the noteworthy achievements that took place at the U of L throughout the year. This year, it also prompts readers to think about issues that affect their daily lives and illustrates how the people who work and study at the U of L are addressing them.
The Community Report will make its way to more than 332,000 households throughout Alberta on Sunday, Oct. 15. It will be distributed through the Edmonton Journal, the Red Deer Advocate, the Calgary Herald, the Lethbridge Herald, the Medicine Hat News and southern Alberta weeklies. This year’s distribution has increased by 7,000 as a result of Alberta’s increasing population.
In addition to its provincial distribution, the Community Report will be delivered to the Lethbridge, Calgary and Edmonton campuses.
If you’re a subscriber to one of the provincial newspapers, plan to spend a little extra time with your Sunday newspaper on Oct. 15.
Seeking Your Suggestions
Even though this year’s Community Report is hot off the presses, the U of L Communications Department is already asking you to start thinking about next year’s publication. The department gathers story ideas throughout the year and would appreciate your input.
Please send your suggestions to Alesha Farfus-Shukaliak, project manager and writer, at email@example.com.
U of L Communications and Public Relations Contact:
Bob Cooney, Communications and PR Officer (403) 382-7173