Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Transylvanians showcase art to K-12 students at Lyric Theater

On Tuesday, Oct. 11, nearly 500 elementary, middle, and high school students from Lexington schools gathered in the Lyric Theater and Cultural Arts Center...

Gallery Review: “Data, Mine”

Morlan Gallery’s current exhibition, “Data, Mine," opened on January 16th. The show features the work of the artists Hasan Elahi and Laurie Frick, and...

Rambler Staff Picks September Playlist

Welcome to the Rambler Staff Picks Playlist, a new monthly music feature! The Rambler staff submit their favorite song from the last month, and...

Review: ‘Anon(ymous)’ is worth a watch, yet ‘whitewashed’

The worst thing that theatre can be is boring. By any stretch of the imagination, the Transy production of Naomi Iizuka’s Anonymous is not...

‘Anon(ymous)’ play tells refugee Odyssey

Last Thursday, Nov. 3, Transy's theater program premiered their take on Naomi Iizuka's play, "Anon(ymous)." On its first weekend the play "reserved out" (because...

Lit Review: Purgatory

Welcome to Lit Review, where columnist Dominiq Wilson will take apart a series of chapbooks to figure out what works and what doesn't for...

Bryan Station should include fine arts in academy program

"We are the dancers, artists, musicians, writers, and actors of the future. We are being denied the chance to pursues our dream." This quote is...

Literary Award Showcases Transy and Kentucky Writers

On the night of March 19th, author Silas House was given the Judy Gaines Young Literary Award. Each year, Dr. Byron Young, a Transylvania...

Weekly Playlist & Blog: November 2nd

Hey Y'all! It's that time of the week again, where I bring you the best vibes on Transy's campus! This week's playlist consists of a...