• Young energy drives equestrian team’s hope for success

    Young energy drives equestrian team’s hope for success

    Rachel Smith, Editor-in-Chief

    October 9, 2014

    Normally, a team of almost all first years would be a cause for concern for a college team sport coach. But Tanya Davis, head coach of the equestrian team, is nowhere near letting that phase her. “I think, for the most part, all these girls on the team currently are going to be with me for the next... READ MORE »»

    First years, Madison Florence and Emily Johnson, mountt their team event horses, Brodie and Fred. The team members on the ground are assisting the riders before the ride begins.

    Office of Communications

  • Administration seeks to ‘prioritize’ religious life

    Administration seeks to ‘prioritize’ religious life

    Rachel Smith, Editor-in-Chief

    October 8, 2014

    Through discussions between the cabinet and President Seamus Carey, the administration has worked together to make the 2020 strategic plan a more manageable piece of work for the community. To do that, they selected a few top points to prioritize, primarily with the goal of increased enrollment in mind. One... READ MORE »»

    The pews in the Old Morrison Chapel have been recently replaced as part of an effort to revitalize the presence of religious life on campus.

    Sarah Allison

  • T-Unity set to change event lineup

    T-Unity set to change event lineup

    Kelsey Bolger, Contributing Writer

    October 2, 2014

    Having started meetings for the 2014 school year, T-Unity has decided to make some changes to its events on campus during the coming months. Similar to a gay-straight alliance, or GSA, T-Unity functions as a group dedicated to raising awareness of LGBTQ* issues on campus and creating a space for students... READ MORE »»

    Junior Rhianna James and Director Katilin Haggard at the TUnity table during the Student Involvment Fair. Haggard voiced plans to improve TUnity’s outreach and develop response to feedback.

    Sarah Allison

  • Intramural rules change for Transy athletes

    Intramural rules change for Transy athletes

    John Mays, Sports Editor

    October 2, 2014

    With the fall semester finally underway, intramural sports will now begin on the Transylvania campus. The intramurals are separated into different divisions for male and female participants. In the men’s league, teams are generally fielded by the four fraternities on campus, along with the independent... READ MORE »»

    The women of Alpha Omicron Pi take on the Indy women’s ultimate frisbee team in an intramural game on Wednesday, Oct. 2. Intramural rules have changed somewhat, and the sport offerings have expanded this year.

    Sarah Allison

  • Theater house promotes community of creativity

    Theater house promotes community of creativity

    Justine Yentsch, Arts and Entertainment Editor

    October 2, 2014

    What do you get when you put 11 theater students in one house? A creative, supportive environment that is, surprisingly, drama-free. Located at 338 North Upper Street, this year’s “theater house” includes a wide variety of people tied together by a passion for theater. Most are either majoring... READ MORE »»

    The “Theater House” is on North Upper Street and is a university-owned residence which students can apply to live in for the school year.

    Michael Guarnieri

Physical Plant director addresses student concerns

Physical Plant director addresses student concerns

Rachel Smith, Editor-in-Chief

Construction on the new residence hall is expected to be completed by the beginning of the 2015-16 school year for student use. This new dorm plus Thomson Hall will be by...  Read More »

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Student Judicial Board launches new year

October 8, 2014

The pews in the Old Morrison Chapel have been recently replaced as part of an effort to revitalize the presence of religious life on campus.

Administration seeks to ‘prioritize’ religious life

October 8, 2014

The CARE House, located at 439 West Fourth Street, is home to the office of religious life and the diversity nook and will be the new home for Natasha Begin.

Committee announces new coordinator of community service

October 2, 2014

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Cheer and dance work to build strong programs

John Mays, Contributing Writer

Transylvania women’s cheer and dance teams have high expectations in both teams’ third year in competitive action. Over the summer, the dance team qualified for their...  Read More »

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Senior Libero and Defensive Specialist, Erin Hoffman serving the ball.

Volleyball struggles to get healthy

October 9, 2014

First years, Madison Florence and Emily Johnson, mountt their team event horses, Brodie and Fred. The team  members on the ground are assisting the riders before the ride begins.

Young energy drives equestrian team’s hope for success

October 9, 2014

The women of Alpha Omicron Pi take on the Indy women’s ultimate frisbee team in an intramural game on Wednesday, Oct. 2. Intramural rules have changed somewhat, and the sport offerings have expanded this year.

Intramural rules change for Transy athletes

October 2, 2014

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Sporty romance, slow reading make for ‘Hooked’

Sporty romance, slow reading make for ‘Hooked’

Ameka Menes, Etc. Editor

A slow read, especially at the start, Hooked picks up pace not when the golfers get putting but when the revenge begins simmering. Liz Fichera's third YA novel, “Hooked”...  Read More »

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The “Theater House” is on North Upper Street and is a university-owned residence which students can apply to live in for the school year.

Theater house promotes community of creativity

October 2, 2014

Choir joins forces with philharmonic

October 2, 2014

The Dronex work draws in visitors fascinated by the alternative art displays

Morlan Gallery displays “street tested” art

September 25, 2014

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Introducing Sproull

Sarah Sproull, Contributing Writer

Our newest contributor will revive poetry for the Etcetera...  Read More »

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Question Story

Ethan Goodrum, Staff Writer

Editor’s note: This week’s prompt was simple: write...  Read More »

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Flash fiction: You Call This Archeology

September 18, 2014

The Eternity Engine: The Final Chapter

May 8, 2014

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P.S. Nevermind

May 8, 2014

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Cheers and Jeers

Jesse Johnson, Opinion Editor

Cheers to autumn finally coming to Kentucky. I can now spread the stench of pumpkin spice while prancing about in sweaters and remain somewhat socially acceptable. Jeers...  Read More »

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Transylvania changes crimson card access

Lorin Martin, Contributing Writer

There are some new rules on campus pertaining to accessing residential buildings with Crimson cards. “It was a concern that a student brought to me with the fact that Clay-Davis...  Read More »

October 9, 2014 • 0 comments

Club Corner: Chess Club

October 9, 2014

Office of Sustainability updates conservation coordinators plan

October 9, 2014

Junior Quentin Becker and  sophomore Manpreet Sira atending a TUSGA meeting. Senators are typically voted in by the student body, however in the case of seats vacated durring the school year, the senators themselves vote on who is selected to fill the open seat. In the most recent election, first-year Noelle Gruzesky was appointed by the senate body on Oct. 1.

TUSGA elects first-year to vacant senate seat

October 9, 2014

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