Recent Videos

Recent Videos

Happy Holidays from the University of Lethbridge

Blake Davenport started playing the drum set at age eight and began percussion music when he was in high school. He planned to take a year off after graduating and then go to university in his home town.

Taylor Murphy, a third-year student, finished second on solo multi-percussion at PASIC, the 2017 Percussive Arts Society International Convention. Murphy was part of the Calgary Stampede Showband for seven years before coming to the U of L.

Dr. René Barendregt presents Global Climate Archives in Mud and Rock: The magnetic recorder is always on [somewhere]! as part of the Faculty of Arts & Science PUBlic Professor Series lectures.

The University of Lethbridge's Dr. Jo-Anne Fiske presents the latest PUBlic Professor series lecture at the Lethbridge Lodge, Remarkable Husbands and Unusual Fathers: Understanding the Great War a Crucible of Tenderness and Nurture.

Narrated by University of Lethbridge Provost and Vice-President (Academic) Dr. Andy Hakin, this video explores the history of the U of L and invites incoming students to celebrate the culture and traditions of campus and to make the most of their academic journey.

The University of Lethbridge welcomed thousands of people to campus as part of our Homecoming Weekend celebrations from Sept. 1 - 3, 2017.

We saw alumni fly in from all around the country and world to take part in the pinnacle weekend of our 50th Anniversary celebrations.

For the women of Pronghorns basketball in the late 1980s and early 90s, their time as teammates and students forged an unflappable friendship - a testament to the experiences they shared together, on and off the court.

A wrap-up of the Spring Convocation on June 1 & 2, 2017. Congratulations to all of our Spring 2017 graduates! We're so proud of your accomplishments and can't wait to see you do great things. Shine bright, stay connected and dream big!

The University of Lethbridge's Destination Exploration outreach program collaborated with the City of Lethbridge to expose middle-school aged girls to the wide variety of opportunities available in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields.

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