Gathie Falk was born in Alexander, Man. in 1928. Raised Mennonite, Falk spent her childhood drawing, and attended Saturday morning art classes at the Winnipeg Art Gallery.
Falk trained to become an elementary teacher, and it was in the Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia that she began to
seriously pursue painting and ceramics.
TheatreXtra premieres its first musical production in March with the uniquely dubbed, [title of show].
“It’s a musical about two guys writing a musical about two guys writing a musical,” says Kyle Schulte, director of [title of show], this season’s final TheatreXtra production. “This is the first time TheatreXtra has put on a musical, so we’re all thrilled to be a part of it.”
An exquisite evening of music that promises to warm the soul wraps up the Faculty Artists and Friends season, Mar. 17 at 8 p.m. in the University Recital Hall. La Virtuosissima Cantatrice: Songs by Italian Baroque Women, features special guest ensemble Cecilia’s Circle, highlighting the beauty of baroque chamber music by prolific women composers.
Comprised of four exceptional musicians, Dr. Vivian Montgomery (harpsichord), Dr. Julie Andrijeski (baroque violin), Ann Marie Morgan (viola da gamba) and U of L music faculty
By AMANDA BERG
It’s not often Lethbridge experiences a collaboration of our community’s strongest choirs in one concert, but on Mar. 5 at 7:30 p.m. at Southminster United Church, Vox Musica, LCI Chamber Choir and the U of L Singers join together for Awake My Soul and Sing: A Choral Celebration.
For the second straight year, the University of Lethbridge Students’ Union (ULSU) is partnering with the Education Undergraduate Society (EUS) to bring you the ULSU/EUS Fashion Drive.
Gently used clothing will be collected at various locations around campus, organized and priced by volunteers and sold on Wednesday, Mar. 2 in the Students’ Union Ballroom A (SU300A). Prices for each article of clothing will range from $2 to $5.
Feb. 18-19 | Canada West Men’s Hockey | Saskatchewan vs. Horns
7 p.m. nightly, Nicholas Sheran Arena
Feb. 18-19 | Canada West Basketball | Winnipeg vs. Horns
Women’s games, 6 p.m.; Men’s games 8 p.m. nightly
1st Choice Savings Centre gym
Feb. 15 | Chemistry & Biochemistry Guest Speaker: Dr. Paul Sidhu
By BOB COONEY
Dr. Claudia Gonzalez (kinesiology and physical education) is interested in how the brain connects vision and motor skills, such as hand movements.
Dr. René Boeré (chemistry and biochemistry) and his colleagues examine the finest details of molecules, among other projects.
By DIANE BRITTON
Are you used to grabbing a muffin for a quick energy boost? How about munching on a donut to fill your stomach until you can get home to eat? You may be filling up on trans fats and increasing your bad cholesterol (LDL).
How is your health? Do you have any idea how healthy you really are, or do you just wait until something’s wrong?
We’ve got a new program for students, staff and faculty at the U of L called, Health Check for U. Health Screening is one way to increase your knowledge and, if necessary, get some tips on how to make small changes to improve or maintain your health.
The program is in two parts, with the levels detailed below:
Health Check for U - Level I
Fasting Cholesterol Testing
By BOB COONEY
The University of Lethbridge Model United Nations Club takes on delegates from around the world with their largest ever delegation – 28 students – at the Harvard National Model United Nations Conference (HNMUN) in Boston, Mass.
Attending as two separate teams, the group represents the Philippines and Micronesia, and has spent the past months boning up on the political and cultural challenges each country faces.