Friday, December 4, 2020

Rambler Retrospective: Cartoonish Tuition Hikes

  I can't imagine a world in which $75 is a "hike" in tuition. If only they knew. A little over 60 years ago today, Forrer...

Food and friendship at the Jewish Food Festival

On the 8th of September, members of Transylvania’s Interfaith Alliance carpooled to Temple Adath Israel in Lexington, KY for the annual Jewish Food Festival....

Craig Hella Johnson on responding musically to Matthew Shepard’s murder

Rambler Media Advisor Tom Martin interviewed Craig Hella Johnson, the composer and conductor of Considering Matthew Shepard, in last week's edition of Eastern Standard, an...

The University asked for student input on diversity and inclusion. What they heard was...

The Strategic Planning Steering Committee held a public forum last week to discuss diversity and inclusion on campus. The forum is a part of...

Anita Rowe Franklin on seeking District 1 City Council seat

By trade, Anita Franklin is a nurse. But she has taken on another calling after the death of her son in a shooting near...

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...

President designate Brien Lewis visits campus

On Wednesday Feb. 19, President designate Brien Lewis arrived on Transy's campus for his extended visit through Feb. 22 to meet with students, faculty,...

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...

Listen Up Festival to Raise Community Awareness of Interpersonal Violence

This Saturday, April 28, from 10 AM to 3 PM, several locations on Lexington's Main Street were home to the Listen Up! Festival. This...

Slack Chat: The Rambler talks through election expectations

The 2018 midterm election is today. Naturally, The Rambler's staff has some thoughts about the state of the election in general, and Kentucky and...