This year’s Moosnick Lectureship in Judaic Studies will focus on the #MeToo movement through a variety of religious lenses.
Transylvania University on Oct. 22 will participate in a nationwide day of readings from recipients of the longest running poetry award in the country — Yale Series of Younger Poets.
Science raises interesting questions about what we’re able to know. Does it describe only how things appear to us? Or does it describe reality itself? Peter S. Fosl, a Transylvania University philosophy professor, tackles topics like this in his upcoming book “Hume’s Scepticism.”
Combining Army ROTC with religion and anthropology majors, sophomore Xaylen Lanier exemplifies the liberal arts ideal of taking a road less traveled.
Registration is open for the 2020 Transylvania in Ireland summer program, which is open to students of any college.
Embodying this year’s campus theme of resilience, Transylvania University’s library staff were undaunted by a big setback and worked hard in a collaborative effort with other institutions to make sure their collections remained available online.
Gary Deaton, an instructor in writing, rhetoric, and communication and director of forensics at Transylvania University, recently received the Undergraduate Mentor of the Year award from the Kentucky Communication Association — for the second time in four years.
In a new rating that spotlights schools for advancing the social mobility of their students, U.S. News & World Report ranks Transylvania University 50th among the nation’s liberal arts colleges.
Lyndsey Gilpin, founder and editor-in-chief of Southerly, will speak on journalism at the intersection of ecology, justice and culture in the American South on Wednesday at Transylvania.
Former Lexington Mayor Jim Gray on Thursday drew from his personal and political experiences when he spoke at Transylvania University’s Academic Convocation on the 2019-20 campus theme of resilience. The annual ceremony — which includes a student awards presentation — kicks off the academic year.