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  • October 23, 2008 | Campus Life
    When two spinster sisters and a charismatic cad named Everard invade Miss Mary's School for Secretaries, they become the catalyst for political, sexual and emotional upheavals. Age of Arousal, by Canadian playwright...
  • October 23, 2008 | Students
    The 150 residents of Lomond, Alta. will get to know a few University of Lethbridge students a bit better this fall. The group, including fourth-year multi-disciplinary Urban and Regional Studies students Madeleine...
  • October 23, 2008 | Campus Life
    University of Lethbridge education professor Dr. Lance Grigg doesn't mind admitting he had a number of lost in translation moments when he first visited Japan. It was out of these instances his appreciation for...
  • October 20, 2008 | Alumni
    While you cannot see individual waves of light, they collectively compose a spectrum that allows our eyes to perceive emerald hills and brilliant blue oceans. Digital photography has opened up ways of capturing light...
  • October 20, 2008 | Funding and Grants
    Plastering the pages of magazines and self-help books, stress is a hot topic for overworked North Americans – it's also a poorly understood concept, says neuroscientist Dr. Gerlinde Metz. "It's a very timely...
  • October 20, 2008 | Students
    Welcome to the fall 2008 issue of FIAT: Furthering Innovation and Teaching The U of L's growth as a comprehensive academic and research institution is reflected by our growth in research performance: the recruitment of...
  • October 20, 2008 | Research
    Just as a scientist places a sample beneath a microscope lens to understand its subtlest parts, philosophers minutely examine an argument to determine how its components work together. Logics that can cope with...
  • October 20, 2008 | Research
    As Alberta's economy and population continue to boom, the demand for water is soaring and so is the need to know how well we're managing this invaluable resource. Biological scientists Drs. Alice Hontela and Stewart...
  • October 20, 2008 | Research
    Are we becoming a historically illiterate nation or are we already there? What teaching strategies would pique the interest of today's techno-generation? These are a few of the types of questions U of L education...
  • October 20, 2008 | Community
    Despite international accolades, anthropological archeologist Dr. Andrea Cuéllar hesitates to take all of the credit for her success – after all, unearthing artifacts requires the patience and elbow grease...

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