Recent Photo Galleries

Recent Photo Galleries

Our readers send us fantastic photos to feature in UWeekly throughout the year. It's time we gave them some props (and some prizes) so we are introducing the first ever People's Choice Awards.

From getting the platform ready and hanging draperies to setting up the camera for live streaming and getting ready to welcome a new batch of alumni, campus is abuzz with activity.

Abbondànza, the University of Lethbridge Faculty of Fine Arts’ 19th annual student scholarship fundraiser was hosted January 24, 2020.

Check out some of the action as the University of Lethbridge opened Science Commons, Canada's most advanced facility for scientific research and education.

The University of Lethbridge’s ARTeMiS (advanced-resolution terradynamic monitoring system) Lab will be featured as part of a science documentary recently filmed by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and the Public Broadcasting System (PBS).

The University of Lethbridge welcomed thousands of people to campus for the 50th anniversary celebration weekend, Homecoming Weekend, Sept. 1-3, 2017. Here are a few select photos from the weekend.

Dr. Craig Coburn and his Remote Sensing 4650 class launched a high-altitude balloon that scraped the edge of outer space. The balloon was outfitted with a variety of sensors and cameras and created as a class project.

Construction on the new science and academic building is pushing forward.

As winter draws closer, work on the new science and academic building at the Lethbridge campus is far from freezing up. With the addition of a second tower crane this week, structural changes to the campus landscape are going to become more apparent in the coming weeks and months.

As many students, staff and faculty find themselves back on campus and walking a familiar path to classrooms and offices, one area that has undergone significant change is the site of the Destination Project.