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Final Exam Proctor Request Forms are now available and being accepted in ODR for registered students until Monday, December 2, 2019 at 5pm.
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Brock Hall 203K
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Lancer Park Baseball Field
Event Time
12:00PM
Location
Lancer Park Turf Field
Hunger & Poverty Awareness Week is an educational thought-provoking, and immersive experience to help increase awareness of the effects of hunger and poverty upon the citizens of Farmville and Prince Edward and Cumberland counties, as well as how it also effects some students at Longwood. Events Nov 4-10. contact Jes Simmons, simmonsj@longwood.edu
Event Time
1:58PM
Experience an afternoon of Virginia's finest classical music!
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
Jarman Auditorium, Longwood University, 201 High St, Farmville, VA 23909
Final Exam Proctor Request Forms are now available and being accepted in ODR for registered students until Monday, December 2, 2019 at 5pm.
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Brock Hall 203K
Hunger & Poverty Awareness Week is an educational thought-provoking, and immersive experience to help increase awareness of the effects of hunger and poverty upon the citizens of Farmville and Prince Edward and Cumberland counties, as well as how it also effects some students at Longwood. Events Nov 4-10. contact Jes Simmons, simmonsj@longwood.edu
Event Time
1:58PM
Final Exam Proctor Request Forms are now available and being accepted in ODR for registered students until Monday, December 2, 2019 at 5pm.
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Brock Hall 203K
Hunger & Poverty Awareness Week is an educational thought-provoking, and immersive experience to help increase awareness of the effects of hunger and poverty upon the citizens of Farmville and Prince Edward and Cumberland counties, as well as how it also effects some students at Longwood. Events Nov 4-10. contact Jes Simmons, simmonsj@longwood.edu
Event Time
1:58PM
This worldwide movement is dedicated to bringing a discussion of death into a relaxed environment. This event is free and open to faculty/staff/students/community members.
Event Time
6:00PM
Location
LCVA, 129 N. Main Street, Farmville, VA 23901
Final Exam Proctor Request Forms are now available and being accepted in ODR for registered students until Monday, December 2, 2019 at 5pm.
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Brock Hall 203K
Hunger & Poverty Awareness Week is an educational thought-provoking, and immersive experience to help increase awareness of the effects of hunger and poverty upon the citizens of Farmville and Prince Edward and Cumberland counties, as well as how it also effects some students at Longwood. Events Nov 4-10. contact Jes Simmons, simmonsj@longwood.edu
Event Time
1:58PM
Final Exam Proctor Request Forms are now available and being accepted in ODR for registered students until Monday, December 2, 2019 at 5pm.
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Brock Hall 203K
Hunger & Poverty Awareness Week is an educational thought-provoking, and immersive experience to help increase awareness of the effects of hunger and poverty upon the citizens of Farmville and Prince Edward and Cumberland counties, as well as how it also effects some students at Longwood. Events Nov 4-10. contact Jes Simmons, simmonsj@longwood.edu
Event Time
1:58PM
Longwood Music Departmental Recital featuring performers from Longwood University
Event Time
3:30PM
Location
Molnar Recital Hall, Wygal Building, Longwood Campus, 201 High St, Farmville, VA 23909
Final Exam Proctor Request Forms are now available and being accepted in ODR for registered students until Monday, December 2, 2019 at 5pm.
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Brock Hall 203K
Hunger & Poverty Awareness Week is an educational thought-provoking, and immersive experience to help increase awareness of the effects of hunger and poverty upon the citizens of Farmville and Prince Edward and Cumberland counties, as well as how it also effects some students at Longwood. Events Nov 4-10. contact Jes Simmons, simmonsj@longwood.edu
Event Time
1:58PM
Teaching International Students: Communicating Expectations
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
Clark House
Longwood University Black Alumni Weekend was created to lay the groundwork for a substantive connection between alumni and its current body with the goal of promoting academic achievement, retention and increased graduation rates for minority students. This year's theme is "Reclaiming our past, reaffirming our future, and preserving our legacy." Events include meet and greet opportunities, social activities, speed networking and mentoring sessions, featured speakers, a tour of Moton Museum and Town Hall meeting with BASIC Combined Choir Performance. Registration costs: $25 for alumni and $5 for students. Proceeds and registration fees will assist with planning events for the Longwood University Black Alumni Reunion Weekend and the Longwood University Black Alumni Scholarship fund.
Event Time
6:00PM
Join us at the Longwood Cabin on Friday, November 1st at 7:00 p.m. for a free screening of the chilling horror film "Trick r' Treat". Trick 'r Treat is a 2007 American anthology written and directed by Michael Dougherty and produced by Bryan Singer. The film stars Dylan Baker, Rochelle Aytes, Anna Paquin and Brian Cox. It relates four Halloween horror stories with a common element in them, Sam; a mysterious child trick-or-treater wearing shabby orange footie pajamas with a burlap sack over his head. The character makes an appearance in each of the stories whenever a character breaks Halloween traditions. The event will begin at 7pm with an introduction and discussion led by the Cabin Film Series Guest Curator, Dr. Chris McGee.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Longwood Cabin 1401 Johnston Drive Farmville, VA 23901
Final Exam Proctor Request Forms are now available and being accepted in ODR for registered students until Monday, December 2, 2019 at 5pm.
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Brock Hall 203K
Hunger & Poverty Awareness Week is an educational thought-provoking, and immersive experience to help increase awareness of the effects of hunger and poverty upon the citizens of Farmville and Prince Edward and Cumberland counties, as well as how it also effects some students at Longwood. Events Nov 4-10. contact Jes Simmons, simmonsj@longwood.edu
Event Time
1:58PM
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
Lancer Park Turf Field
Longwood University Black Alumni Weekend was created to lay the groundwork for a substantive connection between alumni and its current body with the goal of promoting academic achievement, retention and increased graduation rates for minority students. This year's theme is "Reclaiming our past, reaffirming our future, and preserving our legacy." Events include meet and greet opportunities, social activities, speed networking and mentoring sessions, featured speakers, a tour of Moton Museum and Town Hall meeting with BASIC Combined Choir Performance. Registration costs: $25 for alumni and $5 for students. Proceeds and registration fees will assist with planning events for the Longwood University Black Alumni Reunion Weekend and the Longwood University Black Alumni Scholarship fund.
Event Time
6:00PM
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