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Artist creates living exhibit at University of Lethbridge

U of L faculty help students save cash on textbooks

University of Lethbridge faculty members helped save students more than $250,000 in textbook costs in the last academic year

Blackfoot turtle symbol adopted by University of Lethbridge

The University’s School of Liberal Education is proud to celebrate the Blackfoot heritage by accepting the image of the turtle as an official symbol.

#IBelieveYou campaign returns to the U of L

The annual #IBelieveYou campaign launched as a way to promote a helpful, safe environment for victims of sexual violence to be heard

College sees big jump in enrollment, U of L reaches record

At the university, enrollment is up 0.5 per cent to 8,767 students at the Lethbridge and Calgary campuses

QRRC open house this Saturday

Researchers from various universities will share their findings on investigations into the impacts of the 2014 Mount Polley Mine spill into Quesnel Lake

Sundial receives Mitacs research grant to study and genetically map over 100 cannabis cultivars

Drs. Igor and Olga Kovalchuk are looking at the anti-cancer properties of cannabis

Coaches, players on Alberta university rugby team buckle up for the Broncos

The head coach of the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns women’s rugby team says he’s making it a habit to wear his seatbelt on the team’s bus

Making U of L even better

An OpEd piece by President Dr. Mike Mahon on the launch of the SHINE campaign

Women farmers are changing Alberta's agricultural landscape

Alumna Vanessa Hanel is using her Dhillon School of Business degree to run an urban farming operation

Octopuses on ecstasy prefer one another to Chewbacca

Dr. Jennifer Mather weighs in on a recent research study involving octopuses

A lobster pound in Maine is getting its lobsters high. Is this ethical?

Dr. Jennifer Mather discusses what might happen to lobsters when given sedatives

Blackfoot Confederacy flag raised at University of Lethbridge

The University of Lethbridge permanently raised the Blackfoot Confederacy flag on campus Thursday

University of Lethbridge launches SHINE fundraising campaign

The University of Lethbridge launches its $100-million SHINE campaign

First PUBlic Professor presentation is child’s play

Dr. Sergio Pellis will present his work, “A Journey Though the Fields of Play,” as the kickoff to the new season of the Faculty of Arts & Science PUBlic Professor Series

Astronaut excited about future of space exploration

Space may be the final frontier, says NASA astronaut Col. Doug “Wheels” Wheelock, but it is still just the beginning for human space exploration

Indigenous meme creators point out harsh truths with dark humour

Alumnus Arnell Tailfeathers says memes represent a new art form and a chance for himself, as a visual artist, to express his views

LEGO part of U of L research study

A U of L professor is conducting a research study where participants will get the opportunity to learn about the LEGO Serious Play facilitation method and use it to work through a hypothetical problem as a group.

University study says stress experienced while pregnant has lasting health impacts for children

Dr. Gerlinde Metz and Tony Montina talk about their recent study that shows stress felt by women while pregnant can heighten the risk of certain diseases in their children when they become adults.

Here’s how to explore three artful destinations in Lethbridge

Check out the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery, located on the west side of Lethbridge’s wide river valley

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