Thursday, April 18, 2019

Lavish! captures nature’s beauty one stitch at a time

“If people fall in love with something, they’re more likely to take care of it, so I thought, ‘what suggests care and love’, and...
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Post-Electric Video: Transy Theater’s ‘Mr. Burns’

With opening night of Mr. Burns: A Post Electric Play just a few weeks away, the Transylvania Theater Department is currently in the process...

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...

Forrer Hall Floods Before Break

At approximately 9:00 PM on November 20 the fire alarms in Forrer Hall activated. As students evacuated, many noticed that water had begun to...

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...

Local author Kayla Rae Whitaker visits Transy

Kayla Rae Whitaker, Kentucky native and author of The Animators, visited Transylvania recently to read her debut novel to students, faculty, and staff. After...

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...

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...

Life at Transylvania: Crimson Affair

What does it mean to be a Transylvania Pioneer? This is a question that The Rambler is going to explore and attempt to answer...

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...