U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Canes GM has experienced U Cup glory

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

U of L student art exhibit attracts more than 50 submissions

They put out a call, and at least 50 student artists responded

U of L production to offer the unexpected

Dada Does Not Mean Anything: An Avant-Garde Cabaret set for March 12-16 at the University of Lethbridge David Spinks Theatre

Show hockey spirit for U Cup

Local businesses and residents are being encouraged to show their support for the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns men’s hockey team

University of Lethbridge Research Examines Residential Schools Impact on Biological Health

A new study from the University of Lethbridge provides evidence that a mother's experience of being in a residential school may have biological impacts on her children

Show Hometown Spirit initiative aims to unite Lethbridge ahead of U-Sports hockey championships

Lethbridge is gearing up to host the 2019 U-Sports Men’s Hockey National Championships for the first time this March

Chinook to turn it up to 11 tonight with Battle of the Bands

"Lots of music students from Chinook High have been finding their way to the University of Lethbridge"

Scott Bowles turns co-op into career as environmental scientist

U of L alum and former Pronghorn Scott Bowles uses co-op opportunity to transition into the global resources industry

VR/AR technologies at home in Lethbridge

Lethbridge is fast becoming a hub for virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) thought and experimentation

Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame project gets green light at the ATB Centre

The project was designed by Collin Zipp, originally from Winnipeg but a grad of the University of Lethbridge’s Fine Arts program

Chemobrain: Experts Weigh in on Very Real — and Growing — Problem

Dr. Bryan Kolb's work on the study of chemobrain

Two new exhibits open at SAAG

Mary Kavanagh has opened an exhibition with Christina Cuthbertson and Lindsey Sharman

Grant to benefit U of L environmental studies

Environmental scientists at the University of Lethbridge received a financial vote of confidence Friday

Tacklebar pitched to Canadians as safer approach to football

U of L kinesiology professor Scott Rathwell believes the new approach to football could be helpful for young athletes

First ever Agricultural Scholarship awarded to U of L student

Taber-area native Lauren Machacek was honoured at a special dinner by the Rotary Club of Lethbridge East and Exhibition Park

U of L hosting International Day of Percussion

The day will include hands-on clinics, master classes, solo competitions and ensemble performances

Three locals named to Alta. anti-racism council

Roy Pogorzelski is the director of Indigenous Student Affairs, and an instructor for the Dhillon School of Business

Volunteer Lethbridge, ULSU to host Colour Fun Run April 7

Volunteer Lethbridge and the University of Lethbridge Students’ Union have announced their seventh annual Colour Fun Run

Training staff key for Horns

The training staff is featured as the Horns men's hockey team prepares for UCup

Songs For Hope Society announces fundraising concert for cancer research

Hoping their music can help those affected by cancer, the Songs For Hope Society has announced it will host a fundraising concert this April

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