Saturday, October 24, 2020

Transy Responds to Federal Adjustments In Dear Colleague Letter

Over the past several years, Transy, like many other colleges in the nation, has been caught up in a political battle over Title IX...

Kentucky Cold Case: Who killed Betty Gail Brown?

It was October 27th, 1961 when police found the body of Betty Gail Brown. Her car was parked in front of Old Morrison. Betty...

Our Hateful Heritage

White columns cast long shadows. As they reach up to the roof—angular, straining towards the sky—they cast beams of darkness over the bleach-white doors....

Where’s our campus community?

Regardless of whether we transferred here or started our college career at Transylvania, many of us have had experience with first-year orientations. Much of...

ReACTion: Theater professors’ departure

Among the staffing changes within the university over the summer, one change in particular was noteworthy. Transylvania's theater program experienced the loss of not...

The Organ and the Organist

For most of the art, music, and theater students here at Transy, the Mitchell Fine Arts building is like a second home. Mitchell Fine...

John Stone and his locks

Transy has a lot of doors, which means it also has a lot of locks. But have you ever wondered who makes all of...

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...