Horns Reunion #uleth #lethbrige #uofl

Aperture, A newsletter from the U of L Alumni Association

uLethbridge alumna awarded prestigious fellowship

The TD Insurance Meloche Monnex Fellowship in Advancement exists to foster the growth of young advancement professionals across Canada.

This year, alumna Karissa Hartley (BA ’18), alumni engagement coordinator at uLethbridge, was one of two people selected to receive this esteemed recognition.

Episode One of Through the Aperture, the all-new alumni podcast, is available now! Tune in through Spotify, Apple Music or Stitcher.

Are you interested in being a guest on the podcast? Email us now! 

Wear your blue & gold and make some noise as the Horns take the ice in the 2019 U SPORTS Cavendish Farms University Cup! Join students, alumni and fellow hockey fans for a pre-game parking lot tailgate party!

Thursday, March 14, 2019 
5 p.m. Tailgate  |  7 p.m. Puck drop
ENMAX Centre

• $5.50 beer and cooler special in the Beer Gardens
• BBQ by donation in support of Lethbridge Minor Hockey
• Family activities and games

Calling all Pronghorns!

Pronghorns of all vintages are invited to attend the 2019 Horns Alumni Reunion as part of the U Cup celebrations!

Thursday, March 14, 2019
Reunion 5-7 p.m.   |  7 p.m. Puck drop 
Canadian Western Bank Lounge
ENMAX Centre

Guests welcome! Perks include free food, one drink ticket a person and the opportunity to relive the glory days.

When SHINE: The Campaign for the University of Lethbridge launched in September 2018, significantly increasing opportunities for alumni engagement was one of the key goals. Since then, the number of engaged uLethbridge alumni has increased from 10,000 to 12,283 (as of Dec. 31, 2018). That’s more than a 20 per cent increase in only four months.

From connecting, volunteering, mentoring, sharing and learning, alumni are Bright Lights and are getting involved on campus and from afar. 

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