U of L In The News

U of L In The News

University of Lethbridge Bidding to Host 2019 & 2020 U Sports Men's National Hockey Championships

U of L Sport and Rec Director, Ken McInnes says this would be a great recruiting tool for men's hockey if the University is successful

City to support U of L hockey bid

Lethbridge city council voted in favour of providing a $250,000 financial contribution to support the bid for the U Sports Men’s Hockey National Championship in 2019 and 2020

Lethbridge Resident Bryan Kolb to receive Officers Order of Canada

A Lethbridge man will be getting one of this country's highest civilian honours as Dr. Bryan Kolb is one of 10 people to receive the Officers Order of Canada on Friday

Environmental activists ask Lethbridge City Council to become leaders in fighting climate change

Dr. James Byrne, a University of Lethbridge professor, says he not only thinks it is possible, but he believes Lethbridge can benefit economically by selling power

Flag raising ceremony kicks off Métis week in Lethbridge

Jacinda Weiss, a Program Specialist at the University of Lethbridge, was presented with The Order of the Sash

Small classes, exceptional facilities and award-winning services: A bright future begins at uLethbridge

A look at student Michaela Demers and her journey from high school to the U of L

Academics assess Gordon Campbell’s run as B.C. premier in new book

The U of L's Dr. Yale Belanger contributes to The Campbell Revolution? Power, Politics and Policy in British Columbia

U of L study to examine state of water security in Alberta Métis communities

Dr. Maura Hanrahan wins Parkland Institute grant, will study water security issues in rural communities

Gemer legacy honoured at U of L

A statue designed by former Pronghorns track coach George Gemer and his late wife Carol is dedicated at the U of L

U of L case competition putting agriculture on the student map

A competition at the University of Lethbridge this weekend is again aiming to put the agriculture industry on the map for students in a number of Ag and business-related fields

Old nursery rhymes face uncertain future

In a technology driven world, Mother Goose rhymes may seem old-fashioned. But U of L English professor, Dr. Elizabeth Galway, says the rhymes can be amusing and educational and are part of a centuries-old tradition.

U of L exhibit explores the world of coal inspired by Lethbridge’s history

A new exhibit at the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery explores the relationship of Lethbridge and coal

Horns sweep Cougars

The Pronghorns men's and women's basketball teams record wins over MRC Cougars

Molecules that vanish in a flash are pinned down

Scientists at the University of Lethbridge have captured ephemeral organic compounds that appear and disappear in the blink of an eye during common chemical reactions

The other side of The Great War: Conscientious Objectors in Canada

Dr. Amy Shaw discusses 'Conscientious Objectors' during the First World War

Horns begin countdown of top 50 athletes

Pronghorn Athletics is celebrating University of Lethbridge’s 50th anniversary by revealing the first 10 of its 50 Greatest Pronghorns list

Scholarship to help U of L students set sail for a semester

U of L president Mike Mahon announced Monday that each year, the Brawn Family Foundation will provide a scholarship to one second-year undergraduate student to take part in the Semester at Sea program

J. R. Brooks and Gareth Jenkins | Top 40 Under 40

Faculty of Management alumnus J.R. Brooks is honoured for helping to create an innovative water filtration system for farms that recycles manure into clean water and produces a quality fertilizer

U of L toasting 50 years with 25-year-old scotch

Scotch enthusiasts may consider celebrating the University of Lethbridge’s 50th anniversary with a 25 year-old scotch

Glen Montgomery return to the Comox Valley

After great success as a music teacher, primarily at the University of Lethbridge, Montgomery is now pursuing exclusively his performing and composing careers