U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Former Pronghorns have lasting legacy

The accomplishments of the 1994 University of Lethbridge Pronghorns men’s hockey team are still making an impact

If you die alone and unloved, will your pet eat you? A National Post Valentine's Day investigation

Neuroscience professor Dr. Ian Whishaw's research into how rats react to new stimuli is woven into this bizarre story

University of Lethbridge receives keys to new science and academic building

The University of Lethbridge now holds the keys to its new $280 million science and academic building, the cornerstone of its Destination Project

Spring job fair gives U of L students head start on summer

The University of Lethbridge launched its first spring job fair this week to give students an opportunity to meet one-on-one with employers for summer jobs.

Pronghorns return home for the playoffs

The U of L Pronghorns women’s basketball team will host a Canada West playoff home game against the Manitoba Bisons Friday, Feb. 8, the first home playoff game for the team in 25 years.

Spring job fair gives U of L students head start on summer

After 30 years of assisting students with job opportunities in September, the University of Lethbridge launched its first spring job fair this week

Buffalo Nations Museum presents conversations about grizzly bears

Remo Sommerhalder and the U of L's Dr. Leroy Little Bear will each give a multi-media presentation next Saturday (Feb. 17) at the Banff museum

McKechnies share Horn connection

Pronghorn alumnus Dana McKechnie and son Sam, a current Horn, look forward to the U SPORTS University Cup

U of L production to explore ‘Alice in Wonderland’

A new adaptation of the classic play is hosted by the University of Lethbridge Department of Drama

Entrepreneur to speak at Dhillon School of Business dinner tonight

Barb Stegemann is in the city as guest of the Dhillon School of Business at the University of Lethbridge

Changes in gambling and gaming pose new challenges for researchers, policy-makers

he Alberta Gambling Research Institute is a consortium of the University of Alberta, University of Calgary, and the University of Lethbridge

Tribal leader asks Legislature to OK bills on missing and murdered Native women, Medicaid

There are 60 documented cases in Montana between 1979 and 2018, according to a doctoral student at the University of Lethbridge who is studying the topic and collecting data

Number of young farmers increasing

Representatives of the local agri-food industry and agriculture students from the University of Lethbridge and Lethbridge College take part in summit

Museum of History receives important gift of Inuit art from estate of Margaret Hess

The University of Lethbridge Art Gallery has also received thousands of works by artists such as Tom Thomson, Emily Carr and Alex Janvier

Former NHLer Kelly Hrudey shares stories and experiences at Pronghorns Scholarship Breakfast

A packed house was on hand for the 7th Annual Pronghorns Scholarship Breakfast in the 1st Choice Savings Centre gymnasium

Alberta Primetime - Chancellor Charles Weaselhead

Alberta Primetime interviews the U of L's new chancellor, Charles Weaselhead

Former chief Charles Weaselhead elected University of Lethbridge chancellor

An Indigenous man has been elected as chancellor of the University of Lethbridge for the first time in the school's 52-year history

U of L researcher wins Governor General’s History Award

Dr. Jenna Bailey and an Edmonton organization were selected for this year’s Governor General’s History Award for Excellence in Community Programming for their project on Alberta's African-American settlers.

University of Lethbridge holds discussion looking at psychological impacts of concussions

Dozens of students and community members sat in on a discussion about concussion research at the U of L Monday afternoon, where Jeff Caron, from the University of Montreal, discussed his study about how athletes deal with concussions.

University of Lethbridge holds discussion looking at psychological impacts of concussions

Dozens of students and community members sat in on a discussion about concussion research at the University of Lethbridge Monday afternoon

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