Friday, April 16, 2021

Transy men’s basketball team welcomes a new addition

At 3:30 p.m. today in the Beck Center, Transylvania University and the Pioneers men's basketball team made a Team IMPACT "Draft Day" announcement by...

Wake up Wednesday: a time of reflection and community

Wake Up Wednesday, a weekly service of reflection, is held every Wednesday in Old Morrison Chapel at 8 a.m. While the event is rooted...

Life at Transylvania: Music Technology program teaches students ‘to achieve new types of artistic...

What does it mean to be a Transylvania Pioneer? This is a question that The Rambler is going to explore and attempt to answer...
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20 Questions: Kevin Fisher, Director of Residence Life

Every Monday, the Rambler will release a 20 Questions Video. This series will feature a different staff member each week and we hope will allow...

The lack of gender-neutral bathrooms on campus is unacceptable. Here’s why.

  I’m sure we’ve all been in that situation at one point or another: you’re going along your daily business, shopping, going to class, or...

Dr. Qian Gao Delivers Academic Affairs Presentation on Origins of Chinese Written Language and...

Last week’s Academic Affairs presentation was given by Dr. Qian Gao, associate professor of Chinese. Gao discussed the origins and history of the Chinese...

Changes to Campus

As students start the new semester, there is always a sense of confusion for the first couple months as everyone familiarizes themselves with any...

Transy community creates flowers to honor slaves sold at Cheapside

On Wednesday night, members of the Transy community gathered together in Third Street Stuff and Coffee to honor slaves sold at Cheapside Park. Although...

Staff Picks: TV shows to binge in quarantine

The topic for this week's Staff Picks is the staff's top three TV shows they are binge-watching to pass the time in quarantine. If...

331 North Broadway: a tale of Lexington history

331 North Broadway: you might know it as the International House, or as the house where The Rambler's editor-in-chief lives. Or, you might not...