U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Stony Plain teacher expands financial literacy class to more students

Faculty of Education alumnus Troy Stuckey is going beyond the curriculum to teach students about finances

U of L undergrad researcher third at prestigious conference

As an undergraduate student researcher, Justin Miller was simply excited to be attending the Canadian Ecotoxicity Workshop

Lethbridge philanthropic leaders honoured at luncheon

U of L donors Robert & Priscilla Janes, along with the Dhillon School's IME program are recognized

Operation Red Nose ready to drive you home safe over holidays

Now in its 24th year, Operation Red Nose has been a major fundraiser for the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns Athletics department

Horns men’s hockey gets home sweep

The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns men’s hockey team scored a key home sweep last weekend.

Horns women improve to 3-0 with basketball road win

A strong defensive start has given the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns women’s basketball team a 3-0 start to the season.

New U of L exhibit focuses on rare insects, their survival

Sarah Fuller's new exhibit in the Hess Gallery focuses on the environment through two insects

International students showcase culture at University of Lethbridge ‘living library’

To celebrate international education week, the U of L hosted a “living library,” where students were the books

Lethbridge art exhibit highlights ‘beyond human-centric’ perspective of climate change

A new art exhibit that opened on Nov. 8 at the University of Lethbridge is displaying ideas of climate change in a unique way

University of Lethbridge rugby player to play for Canada at matches in U.K.

Pronghorns forward Abby Duguid has been named to the Canadian Women’s Senior team for its fall tour in the United Kingdom

U of L Alumni Association creates five new chapters

In September, the ULAA ratified its five new chapters, bringing the total number of U of L alumni chapters to seven

University of Lethbridge science department hosts Halloween-themed weekend for kids

The U of L hosted its eighth annual Spooky Science Weekend, giving children a chance to learn about the scary side of science

U of L researchers receive $1.98M in funding

A group of University of Lethbridge researchers was recently awarded $1.98 million in funding from NSERC

We are the Roots documentary honoured with four prestigious awards

Film explores discrimination endured by Alberta and Saskatchewan's Black settlers

A bigger pool to draw from

Students took an icy plunge for charity at the fourth annual Chillin’ for Charity polar ice jump to support the United Way of Lethbridge and South Western Alberta

Acme 4H member working for a better Ag future

U of L student Emmett Sawyer has won 4H Canada's Leadership Excellence Award of Distinction

Pronghorns to retire Hirsche’s number 10

The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns men’s hockey team will officially retire Brock Hirsche’s number 10

How science is helping us understand gender

Dr. Paul Vasey is now investigating two hypotheses that might explain the evolutionary paradox of male same-sex sexuality

BC gambling addict blames local government for lack of action aimed at protecting problem gamblers

Dr. Robert Williams says provinces simply do not want to put at stake the massive revenue they get from gambling

U of L pays respect to victims of residential school system

University of Lethbridge students and staff gathered Friday on the steps of the Student Union building to get a head start on National Orange Shirt Day