U of L In The News

U of L In The News

U of L Faculty of Fine Arts hosting Abbondanza on Jan. 24

The University of Lethbridge Faculty of Fine Arts is presenting an evening to celebrate and raise funds for student scholarships

City has thriving arts scene

U of L plays a major role in driving the local arts scene

We Finally Know Who Would Win in a Fight Between an Eagle and an Octopus

The U of L's resident octopus expert, Dr. Jennifer Mather, comments on the viral video

Syrian refugee appreciative of efforts by U of L student group

Anne Dymond and Abdullah Mouslli spoke on the efforts of the World University Service of Canada

Student refugee program SACPA topic

Abdullah Mouslli is helping newly arrived refugees settle in, while working on a combined degree at the University of Lethbridge.

Pronghorns women’s hockey team acquires third recruit for 2020-2021

Forward Madeleine (Maddy) Noonan has committed to the team

App to bolster mental health supports for U of L students

Students at the University of Lethbridge now have a new tool to aid them in combatting mental health issues

Lethbridge volunteer receives provincial award

Longtime U of L volunteers Knud Petersen is one of six to receive a 2019 Stars of Alberta Volunteer award

Western alienation: weathering the storm in southern Alberta

Dr. Trevor Harrison speaks to the widening gulf between Alberta and Ottawa

How minority governments can influence foreign policy

Dr. Christopher Kukucha contributes to this examination of Canadian foreign policy

Lethbridge College and U of L receive funding to continue mental health programs

Mark Slomp says the U of L is again receiving $1,000,000 for a variety of services and programs

U of L student shares study on Lethbridge County’s parks

U of L Applied Studies student Mardy Blackburn looked at commercial and industrial parks within the county

University of Lethbridge marks anniversary of Montreal massacre with peaceful tribute

The U of L held a peaceful tribute to help the public honour the national day of remembrance and action on violence against women

Calgary-born Kidoodle.TV recognized globally as safe streaming option for kids

New media alumnus Neil Gruninger is a co-founder of the safe streaming platform

Lethbridge professor re-imagining his classic Swedish coupe with modern-day engine and running gear

Geography professor Dr. Craig Coburn and his love affair with the Volvo 122

Bitcoin Association Announces LatAm Ambassadors to Further Boost Bitcoin SV

Alumnus Attila Arros is now focused on growing his latest venture: MatterCloud — a Bitcoin SV blockchain platform for developers

New players for U of L women’s soccer and hockey teams

The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns soccer program has made its first signing of the 2020 recruiting class

Andrew Legg to present One Christmas Carol at the Empress Theatre

Alumnus Andrew Legg hopes to establish a Christmas tradition at the Empress Theatre next month when he performs a holiday classic

Broadband investment makes sense

A year-long study involving the U of L, SouthGrow Regional Economic Development and rural municipalities across southern Alberta

U of L neurology researchers developing app

U of L CCBN researchers are proposing a smartphone app to interpret neurological disorder movements on video