U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Duranged comedy double-header

U of L grad DJ Gellatly (BFA '14) has roles in Wanda's Visit and 'dentity Crisis, two one-act plays by Theatre BSMT's for !Duranged! running until Dec. 20 at Calgary's Motel (Epcor Centre).

Joe Clark students contribute to cancer centre fundraiser

U of L student teacher Andrew Fitzgerald leads students at Ecole Joe Clark School as they raise $500 for the High River Community Cancer Centre

Eating more meat not progess says researcher

The implications of ever-increasing global meat consumption are mostly bad, says University of Lethbridge geography professor Ian MacLachlan

Therapy dogs at the University of Lethbridge

The University of Lethbridge is trying to alleviate the pressure of final exams with the help of some furry friends

Business-class immigrants feel lowest “attachment” to Canada: Survey

Abdie Kazemipur, U of L sociologist, discusses some of the findings presented in his recent book 'The Muslim Question in Canada.'

High School students offered college courses

Dual credit program at Bow Valley College could lead to more students attending the U of L

Kenwoods make hefty donation

The Kenwood family pledges $25,000 toward the BNAD program at the University of Lethbridge

Social media hasn't fully embraced politics

Harold Jansen presents his findings with “Clicks, Tweets and Likes: Canadian Democratic Citizenship in a Digital Age” as part of the Political Science department – Brown Bag Lunch Series

Gay/Straight Alliance: a safe haven that ‘saves lives’

U of L student Sean MacAllum and his work with the Pride Centre

Shoes that are impossible to fill

The December 6 Shoe Memorial, in the atrium at the University of Lethbridge, served as a reminder that victims of violence should not be forgotten

Film fest celebrates International Day for Persons with Disabilities

The U of L's Lisa Doolittle says it’s important to keep issues about people with disabilities in the public eye

Home away from home for FNMI students

The U of L officially opens its FNMI Gathering Place

Finding Earth 2.0 is the Holy Grail

A look at the U of L's two-day winter school seminar on Remote Sensing of Exoplanets

!Duranged! a pair of absurdities at Motel Theatre

Fine arts alumnus DJ Gellatly bursts onto the Calgary theatre scene

AIDS committee to launch online support group

U of L researchers contribute to the creation of a virtual online support group developed by the AIDS Committee of Newfoundland and Labrador

Civil liberties affected by ‘war on terror’

Dr. Paul Viminitz of the U of L's Department of Philosophy discusses the rise of ISIS and how it affects civil liberties here in Canada

Illustrator and video director works with some of the monsters of rock

Jarett Sitter (BFA'07) is using his new media talents to make his mark as an illustrator and animator for some of Canada's top bands.

University of Lethbridge Hosts Winter School on Remote Sensing of Potentially Habitable Planets

Sharing the knowledge behind the latest techniques for remote sensing of exoplanets is the idea behind this week’s Winter School on Remote Sensing of Exoplanets

Williams Lake's Kayla Moleschi and her rugby sevens mates have come a long way

Former U of L student and Pronghorns rugby player Kayla Moleschi now in Dubai playing for Canada's Sevens Team.

Golf industry will stay in the rough without tax breaks says lobby group

Dr. Geoffrey Hale speaks to the politics of taxation in the ongoing battle between the golf industry and Revenue Canada

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