Dr. Emily Heady has an economy-size carton of individually wrapped cheese crackers on the bottom shelf of the bookcase in her office.
SOME OF THE BEST mentors at Longwood are just a year or two older than the new students they’re helping adjust to college life.
Dr. Humerick and Dr. Alvarez Humerick remembers well that soccer game freshman year, when she first started to see there was something different about Dr. Alvarez.
I see mentoring as an effective way to transfer my knowledge and experience, not only on scientific research but also on academic and everyday life, helping my mentees to discover their passion.
It’s a Saturday in downtown Farmville. You can see the historic architecture and savor the views of campus.
Rector Marianne Radcliff ’92 and President W. Taylor Reveley IV have been a powerful duo.
“DO YOU NEED TO HAVE RUNNING WATER?” isn’t a question you normally hear in a job interview.
The Annual Spring Student Showcase for Research and Creative Inquiry is unlike any other day “off” from regularly scheduled classes on Longwood’s academic calendar.
For Brandon Carter ’10, it started with Julius Caesar, but it was Othello that really did it. Tracie Steger Skipper ’96 got hooked by A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Senior Toast and Alumni Weekend give alumni from the Class of 2019 to the 1940s a chance to reconnect, reminisce and paint the campus red