Rachel Arrington ’22 with her rock sculpture of the Lancer logo

As we say hello to 2021, here are just a few of the memorable social media posts from the Longwood community over what has been an unforgettable year.


1. Sometimes all you need is a simple wave from President Reveley


2. Student and faculty bonds remained as strong as ever


3. Alumni and other members of the Longwood Community got their 5K on during Virtual Alumni Weekend

 
 
 
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4. Faculty and students got creative when they couldn’t be in the classroom

 
 
 
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A post shared by Rachel Arrington (@racharrt)


5. When jumping on a crown will always be a wish for good luck

 
 
 
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6. Many alumni, like Marquell Woodson ’20, put in the work to make school happen

117 teachers joined the Albemarle County school division this academic year. In Charlottesville, 49 classroom teachers joined the division over the summer.

Posted by The Daily Progress on Monday, September 7, 2020

7. ...and stepped up as citizen leaders in many other ways


8. The Longwood community made a shared commitment and found new ways to socialize safely

Wow....things have really changed .....of course it has been 40+ years  Jan Kay Elizabeth Bowman

Posted by Donna H. McBride on Tuesday, October 27, 2020

9. When alums wore their pride on their shoes


10. A science project became a crowning glory

 
 
 
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11. We celebrated (and continue to celebrate) our healthcare heroes


12. Longwood singers made a pop-up appearance on campus


13. Longwood basketball drafted its youngest member

GOOD NEWS ALERT: A 10-year-old boy with a life-threatening disorder was drafted to the Longwood Men's Basketball team on Tuesday night.

Posted by WTVR CBS 6 News on Wednesday, February 26, 2020

14. When Cahoots flipped the switch on a tradition


15. This alum took the lockdown home baking trend to the extreme and raised money for the Oregon Food Bank

On March 14, grasping for a way to cheer herself up, Rutz asked her daughter to help her make a cinnamon roll for the...

Posted by The Oregonian on Wednesday, April 29, 2020

16. This alum got to hang on to a piece of Longwood history


17. Relay for Life took a different format but still raised over $67K

 
 
 
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18. Communication Studies moved to the other end of campus and their new home in Allen Hall

 
 
 
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19. Special memories were still made with time-honored traditions

 
 
 
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20. A freshly renovated Johns Hall was ready for freshmen move-in

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