October 21, 2014
Lawrence Johnson credits the U of L with helping him become a broad-range thinker with the ability to delve into different fields
Darren Moroz focused his Capstone Thesis on how leadership percolates from school administrators to teachers and from teachers to students
October 17, 2014
One of the U of L's emerging young researchers, Iwaniuk's research program aims to understand how the brain evolves into different sizes and forms in different species
October 16, 2014

U of L In The News

"Why is it so Hard: The Dilemma of Social Justice"

Thomas King, award-winning author who taught at the U of L from 1980 to 1990, talks about the need for racism, sexism and classism to go from socially...

Assassinating Thomson — one-man show Wednesday night at U of L

Award-winning performer Bruce Horak brings his critically-acclaimed one-man show Assassinating Thomson to the University of Lethbridge’s David Spinks Theatre

“Why Is It So Hard: The Dilemma of Social Justice”

Award-winning author and well-known advocate for First Nations rights, Thomas King, speaks at the U of L

Spooky Science event geared toward kids

The fourth annual Spooky Science Weekend allows community kids to have some wicked fun with science

Western women fall to Lethbridge

The Pronghorns women;s basketball team secures a pre-season non-conference victory in Dillon, Montana

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