U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Spooky Science day makes learning fun

Let’s Talk Science invited children from the community to the Science Commons to have some Halloween fun with some of the schools creepy and spooky sciences

New student-written fiction contest will be richest in Canada

The University of Lethbridge has established the richest prize for student-written short fiction in Canada

‘1984 Cranes’ one of eight new exhibits opening at Casa today

U of L fine arts alumna Freyja Patton opens a new exhibition at Casa

McKinnon and Waknuk step into new roles

University of Lethbridge Pronghorns men’s and women’s basketball teams under new guidance

U of L shredding event aids campus food bank

University of Lethbridge staff and students, in partnership with Lethbridge Mobile Shredding, held their annual “Nightmare on Shred Street”

Life Balance Fair offers options for U of L students, faculty

The U of L hosted its annual Life Balance Fair to help students, faculty and staff find ways to balance their personal and professional lives

Would an unelected cabinet minister from Alberta help Trudeau?

The U of L's Dr. Geoffrey Hale offers his perspective on what Trudeau could and should do

Agribusiness Case Competition harvesting new winners

The unique two-day event was held Oct. 18-19 at the U of L and was designed for students from Lethbridge College, the U of L and other post-secondary institutions

Pronghorns welcome Dyer into program

First-year head coach Doug Paisley and the women’s hockey program has announced the signing of forward Mallory Dyer.

Profiles in Biophysics - Trushar Patel

A look at the U of L's Dr. Trushar Patel

Waknuk new Pronghorns coach

With another Canada West basketball season around the corner, Dave Waknuk has shed the “interim” part of his coaching title

U of L presents evening of opera

The U of L group will present a compilation of Italian-themed opera pieces titled “Viva Italia!"

U of L will remain ‘resilient’ with budget cuts

Despite significant reductions in provincial funding, the U of L remains “a resilient institution,” says U of L President Mike Mahon’s following the release of Alberta’s provincial budget for 2019-20.

University hosts open house

The U of L welcomed hundreds of possible future students from Western Canada to their campus on Saturday as they hosted their annual Open House.

Lethbridge volunteers return from disaster recovery work in Bahamas

Nolan Meyer, Leah Parker, and Eric Foster volunteered with Team Rubicon to reclaim the insides of peoples’ homes

Influential curator championed Canadian art

In the Canadian art scene, Jeffrey Spalding took the paradigm to the extreme

Eliminated summer employment program a surprise for students

Former ULSU President Hailey Babb discusses the loss of the STEP program

College hosting annual open house

University of Lethbridge among schools with transfer agreements with College of the Rockies

Tattoo fundraiser to support student mental health

Libertine Tattoo and Nectar Fine Tattooing is hosting a Halloween fundraiser for University of Lethbridge student mental health resources.

Lethbridge says ‘oki’ to everyone who visits

The University of Lethbridge, the city’s second-largest employer, has also made oki part of ceremonial greetings

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