U of L In The News

U of L In The News

The risk of severe and long-lasting Covid can be determined shortly after infection

Researchers at the U of L have investigated how extracts from Cannabis sativa plants interact with cytokines

New Tool Able To Predict Metabolic Disorders In Pregnant Women

U of L researchers develop a new tool with the potential to diagnose metabolic disorders in women when they're expecting

Researcher bullish on belief despite growth of atheism

The most recent research by Reginald Bibby, a sociologist of religion at the University of Lethbridge

West side development spurred by arrival of University of Lethbridge

The city's west side took off once the U of L was established

Trump called symptom of political problems in the United States

Dr. John von Heyking addresses the SACPA audience

Vaccines show importance of research; U.S. investment has paid off, says research chair

U of L researchers discuss global effort to find an effective COVID-19 vaccine

Lethbridge post-secondary institutions report steady enrolment despite COVID-19 pandemic

U of L’s director of enrolment services Natasha Buis Deering said she’s seen a balance of student perspectives

Macaque monkeys at a Bali temple can spot expensive items to steal and ransom for food

Dr. Jean-Baptiste Leca and his group's research work is highlighted

Horns reflect on COVID-affected 2020

A look at a COVID-19-shortened 2020 Canada west season

Post-secondary coaches and athletes facing unique recruiting challenges during COVID-19

A look at the recruiting wars through a COVID perspective

Can CBD Help treat Severe Lung Inflammation in some Coronavirus Survivors?

Drs. Olga and Igor Kovalchuk's work is examined as a possible therapy for survivors

Doty heading south

U of L alumnus earns position with AHL team as video coach


The U of L welcomes Mike Frank to the new position of director of Indigenous education and communications

Some southern Alberta voters retract UCP support amid MLA travel scandal

Dr. Trevor Harrison comments on how the travel scandal could erode voter support for the UCP

Washington law firm billed N.B. almost $2M last year for U.S. trade help

Canadian foreign policy and international political economy expert Dr. Chris Kukucha lends his analysis to the softwood lumber legal issues

Racism, history and nursing

U of L lecturer and researcher Erin Spinney examines naval pay records and other evidence for an article on black nurses at British naval bases

Why are the Dutch people very tall?

Dr. Louise Barrett's research contributes to this examination of why the Dutch are so tall

Sexual Arousal Is Not a Reliable Sign of Sexual Desire

Work from Kelly Suschinsky and Martin Lalumière (2011) is cited in a new study

U of L fraternity member launches new positivity movement

Mission Fresh Start takes over for the fraternity’s head-shave program

COVID-19 and cannabis: Will connecting the two really lead to a viable treatment?

Initial data from two University of Lethbridge biology professors is examined