U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Homegrown celebrates Canada

The latest New West Theatre offering features a host of U of L connections

Vandalism won't dampen gay pride in Lethbridge and Taber

Dr. Paul Vasey comments and the U of L Pronghorns are featured for their acts throughout Gay Pride Week

Comedy of Errors set for Galt Gardens

Shakespeare will take over Galt Gardens this summer as the Lethbridge Shakespeare Performance Society, featuring many U of L performers, hosts the sixth annual Shakespeare in the Park

These heroes stayed up all night to make sure nobody vandalized the pride crosswalks

After two Pride crosswalks were repeatedly vandalized in Lethbridge, Alberta, Pronghorns athletes stepped up to make sure it wouldn't happen again

Japanese royal visit to highlight Nikka Yuko 50th anniversary

Princess Ayako of Japan will visit the U of L on July 15 as part of her southern Alberta tour

University of Lethbridge mourns death of Canadian rugby coach Ric Suggitt

University of Lethbridge Pronghorns rugby coach Ric Suggitt, who led both the men’s and women’s national teams during his career, has died

The games scientists play

An unusual pair of third-year classes from the University of Lethbridge recently joined forces to complete a project

Taylor made for success

Lethbridge native and U of L alumnus Taylor Ackerman is reflecting on his personal changes in new music

University of Lethbridge opens new School of Liberal Education

The University of Lethbridge is getting back to its roots with the launch of its School of Liberal Education this summer

U of L forges link with university in India

The University of Lethbridge has forged an academic link with another Asian nation: India

SACPA to discuss racism at its roots

The U of L's Dr. Linda Many Guns presents At its Roots, is Racism a Generational and Social Tendency? at SACPA

Volunteers join forces to help restore Blackfoot unity symbol

Community members gathered to show just how powerful unity can be after vandals rearranged a Blackfoot symbol created for unity by U of L student Sarah Russell

Scientist hopes to sniff out cure for cancer in Alberta's wildflowers

Dr. Roy Golsteyn has been studying the brown-eyed Susan and other native plant species and screening them for medicinal properties

Dancing, song help kick off Indigenous Awareness Week

University of Lethbridge involved in community initiatives related to Indigenous Awareness Week

Province announces $25.8-million post-secondary mental health fund

The Alberta NDP is investing $25.8 million into post-secondary mental health initiatives over the next three years

J.T. Foster valedictorian gears up for the next chapter in her life

The U of L is the preferred school for Nanton J.T. Foster valedictorian Erinn McRae

City of Lethbridge tries out "hydration station" concept, joins "Blue W" initiative

The U of L is one of seven locations participating in the "Blue-W" initiative

Ontario loses $10M on loans to gamblers

The U of L's Dr. Robert Williams discusses the practice of casinos providing house credit to gamblers

FSD applies new teaching quality standards ahead of legislation

The Foothills School Division (FSD) is working with a group of University of Lethbridge researchers to incorporate the province’s new school leadership standards

Community planning to rebuild Blackfoot student's vandalized art piece

The University of Lethbridge community is coming together to rebuild a Blackfoot student’s vandalized art piece

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