Transy is taking a stand on trans rights. Here’s why they needed to.

Last week the Trump administration announced the withdrawal of Obama’s policy on transgender rights in educational programs regarding equal protection under the Title IX...

Now is the time for liberals to organize

Late Tuesday night, Donald Trump won the election to become the 45th president of the United States. In doing so, panic cascaded throughout many...

Learning Good: Community and the Individual

Most of the time when someone thinks about making the correct decision, there is some thought about whether it is right or wrong. This...

It’s time to move Greek recruitment to the Spring Semester

The recent staffing changes in the Campus and Community Engagement office offer the Greek community a unique chance to implement changes and have suggestions...

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...

The Future of Football

​Recently a study was published in The New York Times that was performed by a neurologist named Dr. Ann McKee. Her study focused on...

Transy students are responsible for serious scholarship. Here’s why they should publish it.

This is Part 1 of a 2-Part series arguing that Transy should charter its own undergraduate research journal. Read Part 2 here. Transy students do a...

Engaging with different perspectives is a good thing. Here’s why.

Before coming to Transy, one of the most personally exciting parts of move-in was discovering who my roommate would be. I distinctly remember calling...

Here’s what an obscure Czech dissident can teach Transy.

Václav Havel is not a widely known figure in the West. The Czech playwright, dissident, political activist, and eventual first democratically elected President of...

Column: Stress, Student Life, and Backpacks

I felt animosity growing within me every time I put the key in the ignition or hopped on my bike to begin my short...