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Longwood’s newest graduates moving to Virginia’s three largest metro areas can fast-track their way to new friends in the alumni family this August.
The horses may be decked out in tulle, ribbons and sparkly pink paint, but the young riders are all business. Spurred on by adults hollering “Push!” they dig their heels into their horses’ sides, willing their fourlegged partners to go faster around the barrels set out in the ring.
Dr. Betty Lou Weaver ’67, M.S. ’73, published her fourth book, "Poured Out Wine", which she called a “day-by-day inspirational devotion,” in March.
Louise Brewer Moore ’27 March 1, 2019
It’s just another day at the office for Longwood students who participate in the new work shadow program run by Alumni and Career Services.
Two of my grandmother’s three children were attending the same school, and she consequently felt compelled to get some form of Longwood merchandise to show her support. She chose a sweatshirt.
For many teachers, “professional development” takes the form of attending a class, workshop or conference.
Ashley Jones ’12 is one of many Longwood alums inspired by the late Dr. Bill Stuart, professor of communication studies, who was known to respond to almost any greeting with the same phrase: “Living the brand.”
When a social media campaign focused on Longwood alums who are teachers went viral last August, staff in Alumni and Career Services knew they were onto something.