Recent Photo Galleries
A look at photos from the Spring 2014 edition of SAM magazine
At universities around the world, undergraduate students study the results of academic research, but typically they aren’t invited to help generate those findings themselves. Something different, however, is happening at the University of Lethbridge.
Malawi school children help U of L students gain a new perspective on the world. Read the story here.
Story by David Smith
What does it mean to be Canadian? Two U of L fine arts students explore Canadian identity and take their work to Prairie communities.
When Jim Coutts, a southern Alberta-based art collector, political advisor and philanthropist, turned his homestead property over to the University of Lethbridge, a number of ideas of how to best utilize the gift began to percolate.
The second installment of the Pronghorns Scholarship Breakfast proved to be a rousing success Wednesday morning as nearly 300 people attended and showed their support for University of Lethbridge athletics programs.
Who knew a Farmers' Market would be such a success? When the Student Success Centre, the Students' Union and the Lethbridge Public Interest Research Group got together to dream up a Farmers' Market and hold it in the Grove, nobody knew just how well it would be received.
Club Rush Week is an excellent activity to kick off the semester, giving new and returning students alike the opportunity to see what's available for them. A great chance to engage with fellow students, club activity offers something for virtually everyone.
The University of Lethbridge Pronghorn men's and women's hockey teams will be looking to put difficult 2012-13 seasons behind them when they take to the ice this fall.
The Alberta Water and Environment Science Building (AWESB) was completed in 2008 and contains numerous sustainable features that helped it earn silver LEED certification.