• Carrick plays host to mayoral debate

    Carrick plays host to mayoral debate

    Madison Crader, Sports Editor

    October 23, 2014

    Approximately one month before the election date, Lexington mayoral candidates Anthany Beatty, former police chief, and incumbent Jim Gray voiced their opinions and plans for Kentucky’s future. The event was relatively calm as both candidates presented their ideals to the students and faculty of Transylvania,... READ MORE »»

    Mayoral candidates Anthany Beatty, former Lexington police chief, and incumbent Jim Gray battled it out recently in Carrick Theater as one of their few public, one-on-one debates. The debate was broadcast live and was streamed to the web in real time. Questions for the debate came both from Lexington Forum and from the Transylvania student body.

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  • Transylvania students rally for team Torsie

    Transylvania students rally for team Torsie

    David Neri, Campus Life Editor

    October 23, 2014

    Over the past weekend, hundreds gathered at Legends Stadium for the Light the Night Walk in a show of support for many men and women suffering from leukemia and lymphoma, including recent Transylvania graduate Torsie Haugli ‘14, who was taken to the hospital in May 2014 on the day of her graduation... READ MORE »»

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  • Wellness fair receives record turnout

    Wellness fair receives record turnout

    Lorin Martin, Contributing Writer

    October 23, 2014

    On Oct. 16, the Wellness Committee at Transylvania University put on the Wellness fair for students, faculty and staff in the Campus Center. The Wellness Fair is an annual event on the Transy Campus, but each year the fair is getting larger than the years prior, with this year supporting 265 attendees,... READ MORE »»

  • Men’s soccer supports breast cancer awareness

    Men’s soccer supports breast cancer awareness

    October 22, 2014

    In a Sept. 27 game against Marietta, the Transylvania men’s soccer team wore bright pink soccer jerseys to show their support for breast cancer awareness month. The WeGotSoccer Organization contacted Head Coach Matt Vogel to ask if the team would be interested in purchasing the jerseys as part of... READ MORE »»

    First-years Brady Morgan, Josh Morgan, Jacob Gantt and Michael Ethington after the breast cancer awareness game, all dressed in their pink jerseys, to show support during breast cancer awareness month.

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  • 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.

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A word with: Mayoral Candidate Anthany Beatty

Mattie Bruton, Managing Editor

Recently The Rambler sat down in an interview with mayoral candidate Anthany Beatty. In his interview, Beatty outlined three platforms as central to his campaign. The first,...  Read More »

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As though falling temperatures and leaves were not enough to indicate the arrival of the Halloween season, the Transylvania Gaming Society’s friend “Slenderman” has been making his rounds on campus. In what has become an annual staple, “Slenderman” appears in nooks and crannies--although, this year, he has grown a few inches. Halloween is a special time on Transy’s campus, marked by the Pumpkinmania tradition and culminating in the lighting of the jack-o-lanterns.

‘Slenderman’ on campus signals Halloween season

October 23, 2014

Mayoral candidates Anthany Beatty, former Lexington police chief, and incumbent Jim Gray battled it out recently in Carrick Theater as one of their few public, one-on-one debates. The debate was broadcast live and was streamed to the web in real time. Questions for the debate came both from Lexington Forum and from the Transylvania student body.

Carrick plays host to mayoral debate

October 23, 2014

Physical Plant Director Darrell Banks said students should file reports again if their concerns have not been addressed.

Physical Plant director addresses student concerns

October 8, 2014

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‘Tied to a Cause’ game brings awareness to cancer research

‘Tied to a Cause’ game brings awareness to cancer research

Rachel Smith, Editor-in-Chief

Though the score of Transylvania’s Oct. 15 field hockey game against Wittenberg ended in a 4-5 loss, the message of the ‘Tied to a Cause’ event was loud and clear. The...  Read More »

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Men’s basketball rises to the challenge during fall break trip

October 22, 2014

Field hockey senior Clark out for the season

October 22, 2014

First-years Brady Morgan, Josh Morgan, Jacob Gantt and Michael Ethington after the breast cancer awareness game, all dressed in their pink jerseys, to show support during breast cancer awareness month.

Men’s soccer supports breast cancer awareness

October 22, 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 »

October 8, 2014 • 0 comments

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 »

September 24, 2014 • 0 comments

Question Story

Ethan Goodrum, Staff Writer

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

September 18, 2014 • 0 comments

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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Letter: Card service director apologizes for laundry woes

Shawn Singleton

In response to the Jeers regarding the laundry machines on campus, I would like to apologize. Our laundry vendor has merged with another company. In the process, service has...  Read More »

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Transylvania students rally for team Torsie

Transylvania students rally for team Torsie

David Neri, Campus Life Editor

Over the past weekend, hundreds gathered at Legends Stadium for the Light the Night Walk in a show of support for many men and women suffering from leukemia and lymphoma,...  Read More »

October 23, 2014 • 0 comments

Wellness Fair

Wellness fair receives record turnout

October 23, 2014

Club Corner: Transylvania Gaming Society

October 23, 2014

Breaking the bubble with the power of dance

October 23, 2014

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