Thursday, October 22, 2020

Head to Head: Are Transy’s residency requirements unduly restrictive? Not exactly.

Each Wednesday, Taylor Felts and Jacob Broyles will tackle two sides of a contentious issue facing the Transy community. This week, we ask the...

Rambler Weekly Blog & Playlist: Finals Week Edition

So we've made it to the final stretch. The LAST week of school. May Term is right around the corner and we all know...

Read Under the Gun, our series on gun violence and the March for Our...

Under the Gun is a Rambler feature series on gun violence, gun control, and gun culture in the wake of mass shootings and the March...

Campus green space is undervalued resource

Haupt circle, Old Morrison's sweeping lawn, the shady trees - these are important and measurable goods. In a rapidly developing world where the environment...

Head to Head: Does Transy do enough to promote second languages? It does enough.

Each Wednesday, Taylor Felts and Jacob Broyles will tackle two sides of a contentious issue facing the Transy community. This week, we ask the...

Weekly SGA Update: October 26, 2017

Funding Requests—Nanhao Chen Powerade Pong Requesting $390 for t-shirts For profit which will then be donated to children for Crimson Christmas University funds cannot...

Sexual assault survey results parallel national numbers

The results of a campus climate survey on sexual misconduct conducted at the end of the 2016 winter term have been released. They reveal...

Louisville’s wrongs are nothing new in college sports

When the news broke on September 26th that there was an ongoing FBI investigation revolving around payments made to recruits, their families, and to...

Here’s why Transylvania is so haunted.

The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting colder—the Halloween season has officially fallen on Transy! While many people seem to associate the...

Governor Matt Bevin has a budget. Here’s what it says about education.

On January 16th, Governor Matt Bevin announced a two-year budget proposal that cut funding for 70 state programs and decreased spending by 6.25 percent....