For the women of Pronghorns basketball in the late 1980s and early 90s, their time as teammates and students forged an unflappable friendship - a testament to the experiences they shared together, on and off the court.
The University of Lethbridge's Destination Exploration outreach program collaborated with the City of Lethbridge to expose middle-school aged girls to the wide variety of opportunities available in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields.
Pronghorn Athletics celebrated the 2016-17 athletic year with the annual Blue and Gold awards banquet recently. This video captured some of the highlights of the recently completed season.
Is your Facebook feed a long-scrolling list of ideas and opinions that you find agreeable? Or is it peppered with posts that get under your skin? Dr. Harold Jansen discusses how digital information affects the political landscape.
Have you ever sought out acupuncture to help with headaches and migraines? Perhaps you've seen a massage therapist to help with that shoulder pain that pops up in the cooler weather?
In light of the fact that Canada has welcomed an average of approximately 235,000 landed immigrants each year since the 1990s, University of Lethbridge sociologist Dr. Abdie Kazemipur discusses how we can make our communities more welcoming for newcomers.
Dr. Bryan Kolb, a neuroscience researcher at the University of Lethbridge's Canadian Centre for Behavioural Neuroscience, discusses why stress can make a long-lasting and significant impact on brain development.
Dr. Erasmus Okine, University of Lethbridge Vice-President (Research), discusses the research around sustainable livestock production.
Let It Shine On will be a legacy for the U of L, capturing not only its humble beginnings but its ability to ignite the dreams of students in the years to come.
Amy Whipple (BA '07) used more than 30 pounds of butter, 90 cups of sugar and 150 eggs and spent more than 40 hours on perfecting her creation.