You can hear him coming from the other side of Brock Commons.
In Virginia Beach there is an 8-year-old boy who doesn’t know why his middle name is Todd.
Art education provides not only an avenue to creativity but also a refuge from anxiety, a portal to new ways of learning and a source of self-esteem
If rain does mean good luck—and Longwood President W. Taylor reveley IV declared it so at undergraduate commencement on May 19— then the class of 2018 has it made.
On a warm May evening, a few hours before the new Hotel Weyanoke’s opening night reception, Ross Fickenscher and Garrett Shiﬄett surveyed the view from the granite-topped bar at Catbird, the hotel’s rooftop lounge.
You’ve heard the stereotype: millennials—a population group that includes today’s college students—are “entitled.”
With air-conditioning, spacious closets and a private bath for each two-room suite, curry and Frazer were considered luxurious when they first opened in 1969 and 1970, respectively.
Kathy Hansen Fox ’85 was ecstatic when she got the news: Her daughter Reilly had been assigned a room in Curry Hall for her freshman year at Longwood.
When members of the Class of 2022 arrive on campus next fall, they will be the first to fully experience Longwood’s unique new core curriculum, with its distinctive focus on democratic citizenship.
It’s a frigid late afternoon in January, and Longwood’s campus sits peaceful and quiet, covered in six inches of snow that has canceled the first day of classes.