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A series of weekend events around and including the play Loving, by Peter Manos. This play tells the true story of Richard Loving, a white Virginia construction worker, and Mildred Jeter, an African American, who married in the 1950s. As a result of this couple, the ban on inter-racial marriage was deemed unconstitutional.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
R. R. Moton Museum
A series of weekend events around and including the play Loving, by Peter Manos. This play tells the true story of Richard Loving, a white Virginia construction worker, and Mildred Jeter, an African American, who married in the 1950s. As a result of this couple, the ban on inter-racial marriage was deemed unconstitutional.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
R. R. Moton Museum
A series of weekend events around and including the play Loving, by Peter Manos. This play tells the true story of Richard Loving, a white Virginia construction worker, and Mildred Jeter, an African American, who married in the 1950s. As a result of this couple, the ban on inter-racial marriage was deemed unconstitutional.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
R. R. Moton Museum
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Lancer Park Turf Field
For the month of February, Communication Sciences and Disorders and Social Work will be collecting items for Elwood's Cabinet. You can donate items and drop them off in Hull, Social Work Suite or at the Speech, Hearing, Learning Services Center, located at 315. West Third St. You will see a tub with the Elwood's Cabinet Logo! Elwood's cabinet is an emergency food pantry that aims to ease the issue of food insecurity by providing a supplementary food source for students. Did you know a surprising number of students live at or near the poverty level? For students who are not living with relatives or on campus the poverty rate is nearly 52%. One common consequence of poverty is food insecurity- the lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food.
Event Time
3:34PM
Location
Collecting goods in Hull and at SHLS
A series of weekend events around and including the play Loving, by Peter Manos. This play tells the true story of Richard Loving, a white Virginia construction worker, and Mildred Jeter, an African American, who married in the 1950s. As a result of this couple, the ban on inter-racial marriage was deemed unconstitutional.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
R. R. Moton Museum
For the month of February, Communication Sciences and Disorders and Social Work will be collecting items for Elwood's Cabinet. You can donate items and drop them off in Hull, Social Work Suite or at the Speech, Hearing, Learning Services Center, located at 315. West Third St. You will see a tub with the Elwood's Cabinet Logo! Elwood's cabinet is an emergency food pantry that aims to ease the issue of food insecurity by providing a supplementary food source for students. Did you know a surprising number of students live at or near the poverty level? For students who are not living with relatives or on campus the poverty rate is nearly 52%. One common consequence of poverty is food insecurity- the lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food.
Event Time
3:34PM
Location
Collecting goods in Hull and at SHLS
Learn about the history of campus racism, how to prevent it, and what you should do about it.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Jarman Auditorium
One of the most celebrated contemporary poets in America will anchor the Longwood Authors Series in an unmissable lecture this spring.
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Wygal Auditorium
Event Time
3:30PM
Location
Bedford 111
For the month of February, Communication Sciences and Disorders and Social Work will be collecting items for Elwood's Cabinet. You can donate items and drop them off in Hull, Social Work Suite or at the Speech, Hearing, Learning Services Center, located at 315. West Third St. You will see a tub with the Elwood's Cabinet Logo! Elwood's cabinet is an emergency food pantry that aims to ease the issue of food insecurity by providing a supplementary food source for students. Did you know a surprising number of students live at or near the poverty level? For students who are not living with relatives or on campus the poverty rate is nearly 52%. One common consequence of poverty is food insecurity- the lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food.
Event Time
3:34PM
Location
Collecting goods in Hull and at SHLS
Faculty Concert in Celebration of Black History Month
Event Time
7:30PM
Location
Molnar Recital Hall, Wygal Hall
Looking for a summer internship or job after graduation? Employers participating in this fair often secure summer internship opportunities, and entry level jobs after graduation.
Event Time
1:00PM
Location
Blackwell Ballroom
For the month of February, Communication Sciences and Disorders and Social Work will be collecting items for Elwood's Cabinet. You can donate items and drop them off in Hull, Social Work Suite or at the Speech, Hearing, Learning Services Center, located at 315. West Third St. You will see a tub with the Elwood's Cabinet Logo! Elwood's cabinet is an emergency food pantry that aims to ease the issue of food insecurity by providing a supplementary food source for students. Did you know a surprising number of students live at or near the poverty level? For students who are not living with relatives or on campus the poverty rate is nearly 52%. One common consequence of poverty is food insecurity- the lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food.
Event Time
3:34PM
Location
Collecting goods in Hull and at SHLS
2018-2019 Main Stage Theatre Season
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
CSTAC Lobby
Event Time
3:30PM
Location
Molnar Recital Hall, Wygal Hall
For the month of February, Communication Sciences and Disorders and Social Work will be collecting items for Elwood's Cabinet. You can donate items and drop them off in Hull, Social Work Suite or at the Speech, Hearing, Learning Services Center, located at 315. West Third St. You will see a tub with the Elwood's Cabinet Logo! Elwood's cabinet is an emergency food pantry that aims to ease the issue of food insecurity by providing a supplementary food source for students. Did you know a surprising number of students live at or near the poverty level? For students who are not living with relatives or on campus the poverty rate is nearly 52%. One common consequence of poverty is food insecurity- the lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food.
Event Time
3:34PM
Location
Collecting goods in Hull and at SHLS
2018-2019 Main Stage Theatre Season
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
CSTAC Lobby
For the month of February, Communication Sciences and Disorders and Social Work will be collecting items for Elwood's Cabinet. You can donate items and drop them off in Hull, Social Work Suite or at the Speech, Hearing, Learning Services Center, located at 315. West Third St. You will see a tub with the Elwood's Cabinet Logo! Elwood's cabinet is an emergency food pantry that aims to ease the issue of food insecurity by providing a supplementary food source for students. Did you know a surprising number of students live at or near the poverty level? For students who are not living with relatives or on campus the poverty rate is nearly 52%. One common consequence of poverty is food insecurity- the lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food.
Event Time
3:34PM
Location
Collecting goods in Hull and at SHLS
The Cormier Honors College for Citizen Scholars will be hosting prospective students and their guests to learn more about the Honors experience at Longwood University.
Event Time
5:00PM
Location
Longwood University Campus
Event Time
6:00PM
Location
Greenwood Library
2018-2019 Main Stage Theatre Season
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
CSTAC Lobby
Bus Trip to share with students the historical roots of the Civil Rights era and how they can be inspired to carry on the message now and into the future.
Event Time
8:00AM
Location
Greensboro North Carolina
Event Time
2:00PM
Location
CSTAC Lobby
For the month of February, Communication Sciences and Disorders and Social Work will be collecting items for Elwood's Cabinet. You can donate items and drop them off in Hull, Social Work Suite or at the Speech, Hearing, Learning Services Center, located at 315. West Third St. You will see a tub with the Elwood's Cabinet Logo! Elwood's cabinet is an emergency food pantry that aims to ease the issue of food insecurity by providing a supplementary food source for students. Did you know a surprising number of students live at or near the poverty level? For students who are not living with relatives or on campus the poverty rate is nearly 52%. One common consequence of poverty is food insecurity- the lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food.
Event Time
3:34PM
Location
Collecting goods in Hull and at SHLS
Come and enjoy a day at the Rock Wall. All skill levels are welcome to participate and shoes are provided for free at the event.
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Health and Fitness Center
2018-2019 Main Stage Theatre Season
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
CSTAC Lobby
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