Transylvania students spent a recent afternoon discussing literature with high schoolers from Frederick Douglass in Lexington.
Joined by Interim President John N. Williams — who is a dentist — Transylvania University Pre-Dental Club students carpooled to the Mission Lexington clinic earlier this week to learn more about the field and volunteer opportunities.
Each year the Transylvania Environmental Action League hosts a vegetarian Thanksgiving dinner. It’s the biggest event of the year for the busy group, which is one of the largest and most active student-run organizations on campus.
Transylvania University art professor Zoé Strecker has a not-so-secret goal with her ongoing embroidery art installation, “Lavish!”: to make people fall in love with Pine Mountain.
As is tradition, Transylvania University students next week will celebrate one of the school’s most peculiar professors: Constantine Samuel Rafinesque.
In partnership with Vs. Cancer, Transy’s men’s lacrosse team has raised over $10,000 since 2017 for children with brain tumors.
Combining Army ROTC with religion and anthropology majors, sophomore Xaylen Lanier exemplifies the liberal arts ideal of taking a road less traveled.
More than three-quarters of all Transylvania University’s students are registered to vote, and a new study shows more of them are exercising their right to do so.
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.
Thanks to the prompting and examples set by his fellow students — in addition to a music class, access to the school’s recording technology and learning the guitar — senior Austin Lamb recorded an EP of four original songs, which have been streamed nearly 3,000 times on Spotify, Apple Music and elsewhere.