Recent Videos

Recent Videos

Watch as Wellness and Recognition assistant Rachel Richards gives some simple stretches to do at your desk and keep you well in the workplace.

Get to know more about the Destination Project with our series of Quick & Dirty Facts! In this video we learn how many Pronghorns are equal to the weight of one of the concrete barrier blocks on site!

The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns’ most decorated athlete and Canada’s first Olympic hammer throw finalist since 1924 has said farewell to his sport.

The Destination Project uses innovative tools and technology to decrease costs and increase efficiency. We sat down PCL Construction Management and University project staff to find out how one initiative is making the construction process more sustainable.

An increased and accelerated investment of $125 million in Budget 2016 has allowed the University of Lethbridge to begin construction immediately on the Destination Project.

The Destination Project – a new science and academic building – will shape the future of the University of Lethbridge and southern Alberta.

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Acupuncturist and traditional Chinese medicine practitioner Dr. Wendy Takeda has established an award that will be given annually to two graduate-level students in health sciences at the U of L.

The award will be known as the Elements Physical Therapy & Acupuncture Award.

It's time to shine.