Multiple Grammy Award-winning Kronos Quartet returned to headline the 2020 Smith Concert Series at Transylvania Jan. 28.
Junior Jonathan Neal is studying abroad through a GlobalTransy partnership with Webster University.
While Writing for Nonprofits focuses on reading, analyzing and crafting communications used by community-based organizations, working directly with these groups gives students real-world experience.
Transylvania students spent a recent afternoon discussing literature with high schoolers from Frederick Douglass in Lexington.
Kicking off a new partnership, Transylvania Theater and Bon Appétit Management Company are combining forces for “dinner and a show” this Saturday. A special picnic-themed meal will be served in the Rafskeller prior to the show. The menu features made-from-scratch entrees and sides, much of which is sourced from within 150 miles of the downtown…
On this Veterans Day 2019, 75 years after the end of World War II, we remember Jack G. Adair ’45, the Transylvanians who have served in the military across the years, and the military members whose training began on the college’s campus and who, for a brief time, shared our company.
Kentucky authors and literary experts joined the Transylvania community for several events this fall highlighting the work of Larkspur Press on its 45th anniversary.
An estimated crowd of 5,000 visited the downtown Lexington campus to view nearly 650 carved pumpkins displayed on the steps of historic Old Morrison.
Albert “Al” Prewitt ’57, a top athlete during his Transylvania career, passed away Oct. 8 at age 86.
Two hundred years ago, in 1819, Rafinesque arrived at Transylvania University, hired as a professor of botany and natural science.