Morlan exhibitor Dalton Ghetti sculpts nano-masterpieces

At first glance, the pencils framed in the Morlan Gallery look just like pencils: short and stubby, worn from use and varying in color....

Rambler Weekly playlist October 12th

Chill out over fall break with this mellow playlist! https://open.spotify.com/user/hooligan16/playlist/1xhcYiRpvBC7O6rF3ZM61b

J.T. Henderson goes out with a bang, clap, and ¡olé!

Senior J. T. Henderson stepped out to greet a packed Carrick Theater, dressed for the occasion in a sleek, blue suit, but still maintained...

Lit Review: Plein Jeu

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...

Rambler Weekly Playlist & Blog: March 23rd

This week's playlist is a collective mix of heavy beats and some good ole' fashioned indie vibes to get you through a chill weekend. As...

Kentucky Book Festival kicks off with poetry reading feat. Dr. Jeremy Paden

Kentucky’s First Annual Book Festival kicked off in Lexington on November 12. This event is a expansion of the Kentucky Book Fair, a two-day...

Here’s how student musicians prepare for their performances.

The first round of General Student Recitals was performed last Tuesday, Dec. 4, in Carrick Theater. Seven students, ranging from sophomore to...

‘Elkhorn’ is Richard Taylor’s meditation on Topophilia

Richard Taylor’s newest book, Elkhorn: Evolution of a Kentucky Landscape (University Press of Kentucky 2018), is a passionate meditation on the history of Elkhorn...

Transy students to be featured in Studio 300

Do you know what Studio 300 is? To help those of you who were just as confused as I was about what this festival...