U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Gift provides tuition awards for oral history summer institute

Five Indigenous students received tuition awards to the summer institute

New Bill to Regulate Online Hate Sparks Debate, Worries Free-Speech Advocates

Dr. Geoffrey Hale speaks to the government-introduced legislation designed to combat online hate speech

New Bedford Woman Shaking Up Africa With Cape Verdean National Team

Former Pronghorns basketball player Allexia Barros is now on the world stage

Former St. Thomas More graduate received School of Graduate Studies Silver Medal of Merit, Master of Arts award from University of Lethbridge

Former Fairview resident Kacie Neamtu was recognized with the School of Graduate Studies Silver Medal of Merit, Master of Arts, as part of the Spring 2021 convocation.

New CFO for North Okanagan-Shuswap School District comes with wealth of experience

Alumnus Dale Culler is the new secretary treasurer/chief financial officer for School District No. 83 (North Okanagan-Shuswap)

Moleschi, Wardley named to rugby 7’s Olympic team

Pronghorns alumnus Kayla Moleschi to represent Canada

Lethbridge Chamber elects new board chair

The University's Richard Westlund was elected to the position Thursday

Beloved Lethbridge teacher celebrates 50 year milestone

U of L alumna Delores Dante celebrates 50 years in teaching

Weasel Head shares journey from student athlete to educator

Alumnus Charlton Weasel Head reflects on his path to becoming a teacher

Launch of uLethbridge Agri-Food Summer Series brings research and agriculture industry together

Each month, the uLethbridge Agri-Food Summer Series will bring producers and researchers together to discuss topics related to southern Alberta’s agriculture industry.

Electrical box art project completed in Lethbridge

U of L students and alums part of artist group selected to decorate city electrical boxes

Ken McMurray promoted to head coach of Kodiaks women’s basketball team

Former Pronghorns basketball great Ken McMurray takes over at Lethbridge College

Strong showing at first Olympic trials motivates Pronghorns freshman Hess to push for more

Pronghorns rookie Apollo Hess says he began his first Canadian Olympic trials with zero expectations, but left with a renewed love for swimming and his name firmly on the radar for the 2024 Olympics in Paris.

'There are lots of fears': Lethbridge Muslim Association holds vigil to honour family killed in Ontario attack

U of L President Mike Mahon was among those denouncing Islamophobia and expressing condolences to the Muslim community at a vigil at the Lethbridge Muslim Association in honour of the Afzaal family

Truth and Reconciliation in Business

Dhillon School of Business Don McIntyre on how Indigenous business and education is at the core of what they do

U of L graduates celebrated during convocation week

The University of Lethbridge is celebrating its 2021 Spring Convocation graduating class this week

U of L raises Pride Flag, unveils new 2SLGBTQ+ resources

The U of L is celebrating Pride Month, beginning with the raising of a pride flag on Monday, June 7. The flag is a symbol of the university’s commitment to fostering an atmosphere that is welcoming and supportive of diversity.

Lethbridge prepares for adult sports with ‘no restrictions’

Assistant professor Scott Rathwell says the connections made playing sports have been severely missed during the pandemic

COVID-19: Lethbridge prepares for adult sports with ‘no restrictions’

The U of L's Dr. Scott Rathwell (kinesiology) says the connections forged through sports are important for children, but also for adults.

Huge jump in enrollment for Indigenous history class since grim Kamloops discovery

The U of L's Don McIntyre from the Dhillon School of Business — which requires an Indigenous course in its core degree — talks about how students need to learn how to do business with Indigenous people.

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