How do you know if a university is right for you?
A magician, an artist, a political scientist and a journalist walk onto a campus — rather than the setup for a punchline, this group represents the speakers currently slated for the first half of Transylvania’s Creative Intelligence series.
Transylvania alumna Ana C. Reyes ’96, a judge for the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., returns to her alma mater Sept. 20 to give a talk on her “View from the Bench.”
Uniting Voices Lexington, a new community performing arts organization, hosted its inaugural three-day workshop and performance at Transylvania’s Mitchell Fine Arts Center in June.
The Broadway Awards were presented in three overall categories — intramurals, fraternity and sorority life and leadership.