Sitting in a biology laboratory on the second floor of Chichester Hall, Kamarin Bradley ’19, a graphic design major, carefully pulled a sheet of aluminum foil out of her notebook.
Visitors to campus these days can see the fulfillment of several goals of Longwood’s Master Plan happening before their eyes.
The fresh water in America’s lakes is increasingly turning greenish- brown—which has negative consequences for water quality, fish and the aquatic food chain.
"It’s really important that we honor and have pride in our history but also that we allow allies to join us and show their humanity."
Eva O’Leary, an artist whose photographs are on exhibit at the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts through March 31, has never seen her great-great-grandmother’s wedding dress.
Students from across campus turned out early in the spring semester to learn more about Longwood’s 175 student organizations.
One Tuesday evening a little more than a month into his freshman year, Jaelon Hariston was learning to run the state-of-the-art equipment in Longwood’s communication studies broadcast studio.
Call it a taste of business school for art students.
It might be an easy peanut butter bird feeder made from ribbon and cardboard tubes. It might be making cookies.
Next year, groups of Longwood students will travel to Puerto Rico—a Caribbean territory that has been the subject of intense debate since a devastating hurricane struck the island in September 2017.