Performing selections by Kaprálová, Brahms and Dvořák, the Richmond Symphony Orchestra will return to the Longwood campus in April to perform for the seventh year in a row.
The Environmental Educational Center at Longwood’s Lancer Park will be “BioBlitz central” on Saturday, April 21.
Boom in early applications comes on the heels of increased name recognition, successful summer admissions program
First Brock Experience courses exploring civic issues being developed
Chang-rae Lee, author of ﬁve novels and a professor of English at Stanford, is the 2017 winner of Longwood’s Dos Passos Prize for Literature.
Longwood alumni, friends and employees have the opportunity to “Be Someone’s Hero” on March 27.
Star chemistry major, student-athlete is ﬁrst nominee in modern era for Rhodes Scholarship
Longwood is rising in national prominence, with increased application numbers and graduation rates
Partygoers will have more room to dance, to chat and to consider works up for auction
Moton story inspires scholarship winner to start campus conversations