U of L In The News

U of L In The News

U of L professor reflects on high Indigenous prison population

University of Lethbridge Indigenous governance and management professor Don McIntyre said he believes there’s a problem that needs to be fixed

Expert cited by Jason Kenney in ‘NDP drug sites’ tweet criticizes him for being ‘inflammatory’

Dr. Em Pijl is taking Premier Jason Kenney to task for citing an article featuring her work

Local Product, Wildcats Captain Signs to University of Lethbridge

Swift Current product Maddy McCleary has signed to play for the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns

Moment of silence at University of Lethbridge to honour Iran plane crash victims

The University of Lethbridge observed a moment of silence to honour all of the victims and people touched by the tragedy

U of L to join in moment of silence for victims of plane shot down in Iran

This morning the University of Lethbridge will join universities across the nation in remembering all who lost their lives one week ago in Iran.

Matchett stars in CBC drama

Fine arts alumna Kari Matchett stars in Fortunate Son

Olympic hopefuls assessed during open training camp at University of Calgary

U of L student Obasegun Edeleke is among the hopefuls competing at RBC Training Ground

Lethbridge store a staple for Japanese families in turbulent times

A story from the U of L's Nikkei Memory Capture Project

Harvest Miracle Announces Cannabis Research at Lethbridge University Proves Ionic Copper Can Increase Cannabis Yields Up To 25%

Research work from Dr. Igor Kovalchuk is featured

U of L receives $400K in donations to support scientific breakthroughs

A significant research project at the University of Lethbridge (U of L) and some of its research spaces are getting a financial boost from two Canadian corporations.

Lethbridge, Alta. honours those who died aboard Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752

The U of L lowered its flag and offered a statement of grief in the wake of the tragic incident

Scientists image heart RNA structure for first time

Scientists, including U of L's Dr. Trushar Patel, at Los Alamos and international partners have created the first 3-D images of a special type of RNA molecule that is critical for stem cell programming and known as the “dark matter” of the genome

Operation Red Nose provides over 860 safe rides home during the holiday season in Lethbridge

The 25th installment of Operation Red Nose turned out some strong numbers.

U of L grad one of Canada’s top young producers

Gianna Isabella (Magliocco (BFA '10)), a southern Alberta film producer, has been named one of the top emerging film producers in Canada

New partnership to tackle education barriers for Indigenous youth and support economic opportunities

A unique and innovative partnership will support and enable Indigenous youth to achieve their goals and become leaders in their communities

CancerBlast concert raises more than $50,000 for cancer research

The Songs for Hope Society has used the power of music to inspire philanthropy and boost local cancer research to the tune of $53,550.

Website documents climate change in Alberta since the 1950s, and what it might look in the decades ahead

Albertans wanting a glimpse of how much climate has changed in the province in recent decades — and those wondering how it might change in the decades to come — can now turn to an interactive website.

Pronghorns edged in ringette final

The Pronghorns played nine games in five days to come in second in the nation.

Most Canadians Still Think Country More Divided Than Ever

U of L's Dr. Geoffrey Hale comments on feelings of anger and alienation in Western Canada following last fall's election.

Science Commons highlight for U of L in 2019

Mahon said the biggest positive event of 2019 was the official opening of the new $280-million Science Commons building, a significant capital project five times larger than anything the university had done before.