U of L In The News

U of L In The News

U of L student takes in Winter Olympic experience

University of Lethbridge student-athlete Sarah Orban was in South Korea last week to watch the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang

Website to track urban wildlife sightings

University of Lethbridge graduate student Leila Armstrong has launched a new link through which you can share your urban wildlife sightings

Play tackles issues teachers face

Drama alumna and Calgary-based performer Alice Nelson brings her show Ms. Sugarcoat to the David Spinks Theatre

U of L sociologist named to national research council

Dr. Claudia Malacrida, the university’s associate vice-president for research, will serve a three-year term on the governing council of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

Those tilted, bear-proof garbage bins you see in parks across Canada were made in Lethbridge

Haul-All vice-president and chief financial officer Kelly Philipp, a U of L management alumnus, explains the genesis of the Hid-A-Bag container

Plenty of fun on Family Day

Family Day in Lethbridge highlighted by all the activities at the U of L's annual Play Day

Purebred Breeders of the Year awarded

Alumnus Lee Creech named one of the Canadian Young Leaders by the Saskatchewan Simmental Association

Alberta Indigenous Relations

The U of L's Dr. Yale Belanger speaks about the evolving nature of the relationship between Alberta and its Indigenous peoples

University of Lethbridge program helps troubled kids put their issues in check

The Chess for Life program is an alternative sentencing initiative that uses chess to teach critical thinking and life-choice skills to young offenders in Alberta.

Lured by high payouts, Marylanders turn $30 lottery ticket into top seller

The U of L's Dr. Robert Williams discusses the Maryland Lottery's new sales tactics

Viva Vitality: It’s wise to take care of yourself during times of high stress

Amaka Ashiofu is a University of Lethbridge Public Health student working with the Population Health Promotion Program

Pronghorns begin playoffs

Pronghorns men's basketball kicks off its best-of-three Canada West series

Lethbridge student seeks to donate Roll Up the Rim wins to charity

U of L student Breanna Schoenroth is hoping to share the winning feeling with those less fortunate

Creating awareness about consent

University of Lethbridge students have an opportunity this week to learn more about what consent means and how it applies to their everyday lives

Room for improvement, say presenters during Transit Master Plan presentation at CIC meeting

U of L students address City Council on transit issues

Does play help boost brain development in children?

The U of L's Dr. Sergio Pellis describes how play impacts brain development

Science says: your brows might actually be the key to saving your love life

Brow experts have paired with facial expression analysis expert Dr. Javid Sadr to prove once and for all that brows really do need to be on point at all times

Babcock has recollections beneath MLG roof

Former Pronghorns men's hockey coach Mike Babcock reminisces at the old Maple Leaf Gardens

Horns continue prep for championships

Members of the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns track and field team used the weekend to move up the Canada West and U SPORTS rankings

University of Lethbridge’s Feb. 1 Brown Bag Lecture Series tackled water conservation

Dr. Maura Hanrahan discussed the impact of Canada’s decentralized water governance system for residents across the country

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