U of L In The News

U of L In The News

World-famous classical guitarist to open Symphony Series

World-famous classical guitarist, U of L instructor Iliana Matos, is set to make her Canadian orchestral debut

Local grad making (sound) waves

Winnipeg native Kierian Turner has found that his path forward likely involves a marriage of music and business

Horns get the Suggitt Cup back

Horns downed the Alberta Pandas 34-12 in Canada West play Saturday afternoon

Tuesday’s FreeU to discuss impact of wildfires

Wildfires are increasingly a danger in Alberta – but what can be done to limit their impact?

University of Lethbridge Neuropsychologist qualified as expert in Twigg and Scout manslaughter trial

University of Lethbridge Neuropsychologist Dr. Robert James Sutherland was called as a potential Defense witness by lawyer Ingrid Hess

Macleans: University of Lethbridge is Canada’s 5th best university

The University of Lethbridge once again ranks highly in national surveys

U of L workshop on oral history of Milk River and area Saturday

Memories and stories of the Milk River area will be shared Saturday in Milk River, when residents meet oral history experts from the University of Lethbridge

Bright future for Alberta food corridor

While many parts of Alberta face recession, southern Alberta continues to grow

Is this colour-changing octopus dreaming about catching a crab?

Dr. Jennifer Mather comments on the possibility that cephalopods dream while they sleep

U of L presenting American classic ‘A Lie of the Mind’

The U of L Faculty of Fine Arts will present its first show of the 2019-20 season with “A Lie of the Mind” by Sam Shepard, starting next Tuesday.

Watch: Is this colour-changing octopus dreaming about catching a crab?

Dr. Jennifer Mather weighs in on why an octopus might change colours in its sleep.

Hoopster heading to Spain

After a solid career at the U of L, basketball player Zac Overwater is heading to Spain to play professional ball

U of L Management Students’ Society hosts Chill 4 Charity

Chill 4 Charity, set for Oct. 7, has a goal of raising $10,000 in support of United Way’s Community Fund

GSA project gets financial backing

A new University of Lethbridge research project aims to preserve the history of Gay Straight Alliances in Alberta schools

Pronghorns’ women’s hockey team thriving with clean slate, new coaching staff

Under the guidance of Doug Paisley, the team looks refreshed and ready to make some noise as the Canada West hockey season begins Friday.

Genome research receives $3-million boost

Genome sciences and bioinformatics research in the province is getting a huge boost thanks to a $3-million investment and the establishment of BioNet Alberta

The Flying Detective wings its way to Morinville

U of L theatre alumni's Accidental Humour Co. presents a truly Canadian story

Will Trudeau find forgiveness?

Dr. Reg Bibby discusses Canadians' attitudes on forgiveness

Lethbridge doctor to receive U of L Health Sciences award

Dr. Vivien Suttorp is going to be recognized with a Friends of Health Sciences Award from the University of Lethbridge.

PUBlic Professor to begin its new season on Thursday

Psychology professor Dr. Louise Barrett will welcome all interested to a hall in the Sandman Signature Lodge, starting at 7 p.m.