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.
Cutting-edge musicians and artists from across the nation will converge on Transylvania University next month for the Studio 300 Digital Art and Music Festival from Oct. 3-4.
Former Lexington Mayor Jim Gray will deliver the keynote address during Transylvania University’s Academic Convocation at 4:30 p.m. Thursday in Haggin Auditorium.
Cambridge professor James Warren will deliver Transylvania University’s 2019 Collis Lecture on the moral psychology of regret in ancient philosophy on Sept. 25
As Transylvania University’s 2019-20 campus focuses on resilience this academic year, creative and thought leaders from across the nation will bring their ideas and work to the Lexington college in this year’s Creative Intelligence Series.
On Thursday, Sept. 19, Transylvania University students will get a taste of all the opportunities they have to see the world as they study, research and work abroad to expand their horizons and gain valuable experience as global citizens.
In a special collaborative exhibition, Transylvania University’s Morlan Gallery and J. Douglas Gay Jr./Frances Carrick Thomas Library present “The Art of Kentucky Literature: 45 Years of Larkspur Press,” a celebration of Larkspur’s 45th anniversary. The show runs Tuesday through Nov. 1.
Members of the Transylvania University community are real standouts each year during New Student Move-In Day.
Even though it’s only July, pumpkins are a hot topic of conversation at Transylvania University.
The city’s free Patriotic Music Concert — which is on July 3 at 8 p.m. — draws thousands of people to the Transylvania University.