Art is at its best when it begins a conversation, says Rachel Ivers, executive director of the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts.
For the second straight year, graduates of Longwood’s nursing program have reached rarefied air by recording a 100 percent pass rate on their first attempt.
With the November 2017 grand opening of the Barnes & Noble at Longwood bookstore in its new Main Street location, downtown Farmville took another step toward realizing its full potential.
He’s training for a career in the world of make-believe, but Aaron Burstein ’19 has already begun to make his mark in the real world.
Overheard on the Longwood campus
Longwood’s College of Business and Economics recently extended its accreditation from the most prestigious accrediting agency for schools of business around the world.
As of late February, Longwood’s new Norman H. and Elsie Stossell Upchurch University Center was 70-75 percent complete and on track for opening during the fall 2018 semester.
When Dr. Darrell Carpenter and Dr. Robert Marmorstein sat down to assess the ways the cyber security and computer science programs at Longwood could collaborate more, they decided they needed to do some rewiring—literally.
Though it’s offered through the business school, this course teaches students as much about psychology as it does about business principles, says Melton, an attorney and mediator.
As Longwood students Olivia Mehalko and Cameron Reuss knelt in the dirt and carefully unearthed the remains of a 1,000-year-old Native American hearth, they came across what would seem to be a common find.