The YMCA of Central Kentucky Black Achievers recently honored Transylvania University with the 2019 Community Achiever of the Year Award for the school’s partnership with the program. Transylvania not only provides a space for Black Achievers to meet two Saturday mornings a month, but members of the university community also participate in activities with the…
Transylvania’s Alternative Break was born with the intention of infusing ethical responsibility into service.
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.
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.
On Transy’s campus more than 100 students, faculty, staff and members of the surrounding community filled tables in the Campus Center gym to share a meal and discuss the topic of belonging and creating communities that foster inclusion.
Transylvania University faculty, staff and students will join members of the surrounding community on March 27 to share a meal and talk about what is important to the school and Lexington in general.
A group of Transylvania resident advisors gathered together with students to hand craft Valentine’s day cards for local veterans.
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.