U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Residential schools have lasting impact: researcher

Research at the University of Lethbridge is showing there are lasting biological impacts to the Residential School experience

Sharing knowledge of the brain

Canadian Centre for Behavioral Neuroscience (CCBN) invited the community in on their major advances in understanding how the brain works

Huskies and Adolph right at home in Lethbridge, where Adolph's head coaching career got started

Dave Adolph found himself back where he started as a head coach in Canadian university men’s hockey

University Cup puts Maxwell’s family affair with Pronghorns on full display

A look at U of L Pronghorns and cousins Brooks and Russell Maxwell

Former Hurricanes hope to help Huskies howl at University Cup in Lethbridge

The WHL is represented with graduate players on all eight rosters of competing teams at the annual tournament

Investigating the causes of tinnitus

Dr. Michael Kyweriga is expanding our current understanding of the cortical changes behind the development of tinnitus

Golden Bears Kieser & Carroll have eyes on another golden performance

From March 14 to 17 in Lethbridge, Alta., 83 WHL Alumni will compete for U SPORTS supremacy at the 2019 Cavendish Farms University Cup

Golden Bears look to defend national hockey title in Lethbridge

The University of Alberta Golden Bears hockey team is accustomed to being favourites and winning in hostile environments

CancerBlast benefit concert set for April 13

CancerBlast, a first-time benefit concert, is in support of medical research projects at the U of L

Underdog Pronghorns ready to face top-ranked Golden Bears at University Cup

The host University of Lethbridge Pronghorns open up play against the top-ranked Alberta Golden Bears

Pronghorns earn medals at nationals

The Pronghorns track and field team brought home three medals from the U SPORTS championship last weekend in Winnipeg

Ottawa appoints two judges to Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench

Alumnus David Vaughan Hartigan, a Crown prosecutor for the Alberta Crown Prosecution Service, is appointed a judge of the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta

See an Octopus Change Color as It Sleeps, Perchance Dreams

According to Dr. Jennifer Mather, a psychologist at the U of L, the color changes originate from a spontaneous, unconscious firing in the octopus’s optic lobe

Voting change allows Alberta university students to participate in election

This is the first time Elections Alberta has opened up the voting process to allow Albertans to cast their ballot at any polling station

U of L students experiencing homelessness for charity

Members of the Management Students’ Society are prepared to withstand the chilly nights as they camp out on campus to raise funds for homeless youth

Pronghorns to open University Cup against Canada West champion Golden Bears as seedings are set

It’s tournament week for the 2019 Cavendish Farms U SPORTS University Cup Men’s Hockey National Championship

Industry led solutions needed to solve ag plastics problem in Alberta

Alumnus Bill Spenceley speaks to his company’s green-polymers research project to be undertaken with the U of L

U of L hosts Brain Awareness Week activities

From today until March 17, the university invites the community to participate in Brain Awareness Week

Why does it cost millions to access publicly funded research papers? Blame the paywall

U of L librarian Nicole Eva discusses how Canadian universities struggle to pay for access to their own research reports

Canes GM has experienced U Cup glory

Lethbridge Hurricanes general manager Peter Anholt talks of his experience with the University Cup championship tourney