Higher Education

University of Lethbridge incompetency continues

University of Lethbridge Isn’t Doing Students Any Favours

Posted on January 2, 2017

Originally posted on Facebook September 13, 2016, I wanted to publish this here to provide context for upcoming posts. The stadium parking from administration was a Halloween kiss (you know, the ones everyone buys, but no one likes) handed to us as if we were spoiled kids. At the end of the Lethbridge Herald article published September 12, 2016, Ms Walker stated “The whole issue, too, is do we really have a mandate to provide 100 per cent parking forRead More

ULeth: Fix your Crap

Dear University of Lethbridge: You Dun Goofed Up

Posted on January 2, 2017

Originally posted on Facebook 09/08/2016. Felt it was important to post here for context. To the University of Lethbridge Administration and the City of Lethbridge It is that time again. New students roam blindly around the city, the hunt for textbooks is on, and the push for students to spend money has begun. Unfortunately, the parking nightmare has also begun. At the time of writing this, Lots E, M and N have 956, 656, and 665 students respectively waiting forRead More

U of L Communication

Communication: The University of Lethbridge Problem No One Wants to Talk About

Posted on January 2, 2017

In the Dec 31, 2016 Lethbridge Herald article, President Mike Mahon of the University of Lethbridge didn’t just bring up parking. He also revealed that the U of L has a communication problem. “The parking issue also highlighted a need for more work on communication within the university…” Actually, that isn’t the problem. The University of Lethbridge’s communication problem is simple. They don’t have any communication. You can’t work on something you don’t have. (Communication Definition) Communication Versus Broadcasting AtRead More

UofL Admins fail to address parking

University of Lethbridge President Shrugs Off Student Issues as Normal Collateral Damage

Posted on January 1, 2017

That’s right. For New Year’s Eve, U of L students didn’t get a cheery message, good will, or even an awkward kiss. President Mike Mahon informed Lethbridge that all the issues students faced this past year were nothing more than collateral damage. Specifically, he said: “Mahon said parking woes are often a byproduct of change…” Thank you. Glad you care and could brush it off so easily. The students you’ve affected in life-changing ways thank you, too, I’m sure. ToRead More