Tuesday, February 19, 2019

To Our News Readers

Dear readers, The news section of The Rambler is dedicated to informing students of Transylvania University and the people of Lexington, on all matters big...
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The Caf is closing. Here’s what students think.

With the demolition of Forrer Hall only a month away, we asked students around campus for their thoughts on cramming the whole school into...

Education students on the Kentucky pension crisis

With the looming pension issues that Kentucky is dealing with, we decided to ask some Transy education students about the effect that this topic...

Transy hosted Dr. Susan Weinstein for a talk on poetry and civility

Dr. Susan Weinstein, who is a MaCurdy Distinguished Associate Professor of English at Louisiana State University, visited Transy's campus on Thursday to give a...
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Dr. Sue Weinstein on spoken word and cultural bias

Dr. Susan Weinstein, Associate Professor of English and MacCurdy Distinguished Professor at Louisiana State University, came to campus this week to present a talk...

Rambler Retrospective: The more things change…

Some things never change. Except for when they are always going up. All of this for an increase in $180. If only they knew. And some...

Despite difficult climate, Día de los Muertos is celebrated proudly

The Day of the Dead Festival, known to Spanish speakers as Festival del Día de los Muertos, is celebrated around the world—including, this year,...

Slack Chat: Read the Rambler’s real-time responses to last night’s election results

tristan.p.a.reynolds (Tristan Reynolds, Editor-in-Chief) It’s about 8:45 eastern, and both KET and the New York Times have called the 6th for Andy Barr. While...

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...

It’s finally Election Day. Read all our coverage here.

Two years of Sturm und Drang will conclude (or grow wilder! Who knows!) today with an election—one we seemingly began talking about the day the...