Transylvania’s chapter of Circle K International on Saturday will participate in a project to promote literacy among children who live in at-risk neighborhoods.
The Transylvania community will participate in the local Freedom March and various service projects for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, which is a National Day of Service.
Transylvania University will present a screening of Anne Lewis’ documentaries “Evelyn Williams” and “On Our Own Land” followed by a lecture and conversation with the longtime Appalshop director on Wednesday, Jan. 15.
United States Poet Laureate Joy Harjo will give Transylvania University’s 2020 Kenan lecture on “Resilience,” the theme of this academic year.
Beginning with the Grammy-winning Kronos Quartet in 2007, Transylvania University has drawn world-class musicians — and audience members from throughout the region — to campus each year for the Dorothy J. and Fred K. Smith Endowed Concert Series.
This Transy tradition allows students a moment of stress-free time during finals week, as well as a time to share with friends, faculty and staff as the semester comes to a close.
Transylvania University on Wednesday rededicated memorial plaques honoring Transylvanians who lost their lives in service to our country during World War I and World War II.
Transylvania University is readying the elves and preparing for Santa Claus’ visit on Saturday. That’s when the school will bring the spirit of the season to 25 local elementary schoolchildren and their families for the 28th annual Crimson Christmas at the Living Arts and Science Center.
For the past three decades, Transylvania University musicians have entertained audiences with festive tunes in the Gift of Holiday Music Concert. This tradition continues Dec. 6.
The Transylvania Choir recently went caroling from office to office across campus, helping the university get into the holiday spirit.