U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Amundrud to continue hockey career with Lethbridge Pronghorns

Melfort born goaltender Nik Amundrud is ready to start the next chapter in his hockey career

Kids Who Spend More Time Outside Are Happier As Adults, Study Says

Dr. Sergio Pellis says outdoor unstructured play gives children the opportunity for physical exercise and socialization: “The experience of play changes the connections of the neurons at the front end of your brain.”

Skills on horse a Queen must

U of L neuroscience student Rayelle Smith vies for the Medicine Hat Stampede crown

Research Team Presents Preliminary Information About Socioeconomic Impacts of Casino

Dr. Robert Williams is part of a research team examining the impacts of expanded gaming in Massachusetts

U of L student and musician receives two prestigious research grants

University of Lethbridge student Ryland Chambers-Moranz has been awarded two research grants

Shakespeare’s Macbeth comes to the Empress

Macbeth is directed by Monique Danielle, a University of Lethbridge alumna

U of L drama students offering a ‘Hootenanny’ for kids

Drama students and professors launch “Hootenanny,” offering lively daytime shows in Galt Gardens each week, Wednesday through Saturday until the end of July

Outdoor theatre ready to take the stage in Lethbridge

The Lethbridge Shakespeare Performance Society and the University of Lethbridge drama department take their talents downtown

Lethbridge-based company launches software for cloud accounting

Dhillon School of Business alumnus Obed Maurice is leading the field in virtual accounting

U of L researchers receive $2.4 million in funding

Three U of L researchers have received $2.4 million in new and renewed funding through the Canada Research Chairs (CRC) program

For Smart Animals, Octopuses Are Very Weird

Dr. Jennifer Mather speaks to the evolution of cephalopods

Book Review: ‘Confessions of a Yiddish Writer’

Chava Rosenfarb was recognized as a novelist and essayist of substance by those of the post-Holocaust, shrinking, Yiddish-speaking world, but it remained for her daughter, Prof. Goldie Morgentaler, to bring her works to life in English.

Hansen steps down as ‘Horns coach

The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns men’s basketball team is looking for a new head coach

University of Lethbridge revises sexual violence policy

The University of Lethbridge has approved a revised policy on sexual violence.

University of Lethbridge updates sexual violence policy

The University of Lethbridge has updated its sexual violence policy after an extensive review and several consultations with the community.

Mayors of Lethbridge, Medicine Hat discuss city growth

University of Lethbridge students, graduates cited as major reason for city growth

University of Lethbridge to formally recognize its place on Indigenous territory

The University of Lethbridge is taking new steps to honour the traditional territory of Indigenous peoples

New CAO for village

Aaron Gertzen, a U of L alumnus, is the new chief administrative officer for the Village of Cremona

Five new members on Craigdarroch museum society

Dr. Claudia Malacrida is one of five new members of the Historical Museum Society board

Training the next generation of Indigenous leaders

The Dhillon School of Business has taken an evolutionary approach to program development since introducing a certificate for mature Indigenous students 35 years ago