“We hope our educational campaign will encourage interest in and research on these cells, as well as to raise money for research on multiple sclerosis, a disease that provides just one example of how catastrophic a loss of glial cell function can be.”
A group of Transylvania resident advisors gathered together with students to hand craft Valentine’s day cards for local veterans.
Transy has offered this free program to the Lexington community for more than 30 years.
Accounting major and studio art minor Kaitlin Wheeler graduates in May, but she’s already lined up a job in the city of her choice, Nashville. Poised and prepared, Wheeler admits she didn’t realize all of the benefits of being at Transylvania until she understood just how competitive she was in the workforce—thanks to a combination…
It’s no secret that the Transylvania University Eventing Team has had immense success over the past three seasons.
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.
Aiden Pashley and Luke Schroeder traveled all the way from Sydney, Australia, to play on the Transylvania University men’s basketball team.
This semester, students taking Writing, Rhetoric and Communication 2214 dove into tackling a problem many nonprofits have — communicating with millennials and Generation Z.
Some Transylvania University students have learned—through sweat, callouses and meeting people in the surrounding community—what it means to have not only a house with a roof, but a home.