Transylvania University this morning welcomed dozens of participants in the Alltech Ideas Conference for the One19 Fun Run.
Transylvania University will welcome visitors to its iconic Old Morrison administration building for this year’s Northside Neighborhood Home & Garden Walking Tour on Sunday, May 19. In addition to spotlighting Old Morrison—which is featured on Lexington’s city seal—the self-guided tour will include other nearby properties, including historic homes. Reserve tickets for the event, which is…
Maury Sparrow, a 1987 Transylvania University graduate and LexArts communications director, is hosting an après-theater cocktail party on Saturday, May 18, to raise money for the university’s John Fryer Fund for Diversity and Inclusion.
Transylvania University’s Pride Week celebration aims to strengthen community and reinforce a sense of belonging for all students.
The Studio 300 Digital Arts and Music Festival brings to Lexington these latest works and developing genres, providing Transylvania University students and the community an exclusive front row seat at the leading edge of international digital art and music scenes.
Transylvania University’s Carrick Theater will serve as the site of a one-hour forum with the three Democratic candidates running for Kentucky governor.
Ashley Hill, Transylvania University’s director of student wellbeing, is helping Lexington wake up and recognize the many resources available to victims of sexual violence—and to prevent these assaults from happening in the first place.
While some students will start their summer break soaking up rays on the beach, some Transylvania students will be partnering with the Lexington community on projects such as gardening and exploring local neighborhoods.
The artistic talents of Transylvania University students will be spotlighted in a Morlan Gallery exhibition from May 3-17. The annual Juried Student Art Exhibition, which is free and open to the public, will feature more than 100 pieces—from paintings to fiber to digital media. The show opens on Friday, May 3, with a reception from…
Acclaimed author Sir Salman Rushdie presented the 2019 Kenan Lecture Wednesday night in front of a sold-out crowd in Transylvania’s Haggin Auditorium. Reflecting on this year’s campus theme of “On Civility,” Rushdie stressed the importance of sharing ideas, fighting for free speech, arguing respectfully and standing up to hatred as the world navigates a particularly…