Transylvania University’s ‘Cabaret FM’ will bring the feel of a radio program in front of a live audience to Carrick Theater on Friday.
The Transylvania Singers treble choir will perform an eclectic concert Thursday in the university’s historic Old Morrison Chapel.
Silent Sky shines a light on a overlooked woman scientist who figured out a crucial relationship which enabled us, for the first time in human history, to measure the universe.
Six Transylvania University senior studio art majors will present their thesis works in Morlan Gallery from March 1 to April 10 in an exhibition titled “Half Dozen.”
Slone says that Transy revealed to him how a liberal arts education works and how “all-encompassing” it is. Instead of focusing on just philosophy or theater or math, “it’s how all of those things integrate and work together,” he explains.
Transylvania University and the community at large once again will be graced with the voices of the school’s female a cappella group. With auditions next week, first-year student Karisma Keeton and sophomore Emily Maddix are working together to help revive the Grace Notes after a brief hiatus for the group. Both are members of the…
The application of data visualization is transforming a wide variety of professions—and our understanding of each other. It is being used to replace vertebrae, explore human relationships and translate complex realities into a single clarifying graphic. On three consecutive Thursdays beginning Jan. 24, Transylvania University will host discussions with professionals who use data visualization in…
The upcoming “Data, Mine” exhibition at Transylvania University’s Morlan Gallery will offer artistic takes on an issue seemingly ripped from today’s headlines: What’s to do with all that information computers dig up on us? Running Jan. 16 to Feb. 19, the show will feature the works of nationally renowned data visualization artists Hasan Elahi and…
Senior art majors Samara Lyons, Sonora Schuck and Sarah Schaaf are representing Transylvania in the “State of Fine Art ” exhibition at Georgetown College.
Sarah Schaaf ’19 has been refining and developing her talents in both music and art over the past four years.