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.
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.
Transylvania senior Shawna Morton designed a deck of trading cards representing historically important women. She will distribute them to an art club at Cardinal Valley Elementary School, who will in turn make art inspired by the cards.
The Greet Line is an annual Transylvania tradition for first year students.
Transylvania junior Savannah Lambert’s experiences in Germany have made her want to share her passion for international education.
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.