The Washington Monthly has once again recognized Transylvania University as one of the nation’s top 10 liberal arts colleges for promoting public service — and the school has catapulted 33 spots in the overall rankings in just the past two years.
Members of the Transylvania community are working to dismantle systemic racism as part of the Lexington mayor’s newly formed Commission for Racial Justice and Equality.
Transylvania students invited the executive director of one of the organizations they worked with — The Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center — to the school’s podcasting studio for an interview, which the nonprofit shared Wednesday as part of its weekly “Stories from the Lyric” series.
Transylvania’s food service partner was highlighted by a national publication for helping feed Lexington’s homeless.
People all across the world are discovering how they can still be active citizens, from inside their homes or six feet apart.