Noel Preece ’22 is majoring in kinesiology with a minor in coaching. His next step will be pursuing a master’s degree in health and movement sciences with a concentration in exercise science at Virginia Commonwealth University while working as a PT aide at Richmond Physical Therapy.
Madison Nuckols ’22 is majoring in mathematics and economics. Her next step will be working as a commercial rotation program associate at Capital One in Bethesda, Maryland.
Will Johnson ’22 is majoring in communication studies with a concentration in digital media. His next step will be pursuing an MBA at Longwood and serving as a graduate assistant for the men’s basketball team.
Kimia Jahangiri ’22 is majoring in Chemistry with a concentration in secondary education. Her next step will be working as a chemistry teacher at Glen Allen High School.
Cecily Hayek ’22 is majoring in Biology. Her next step will be pursuing a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine.
At this time last year, Christian Wilson ’21 was preparing to graduate and savoring the last moments of his senior year.
The Spring Student Showcase for Research and Creative Inquiry was held on April 20 and featured more than 250 student presentations from class research and independent research projects.
What would you do if the water coming out of your kitchen faucet could kill you?
Movies can take us out of ourselves for a couple of hours, but they also can make us look inside ourselves and influence our beliefs about our role in society.
Getting into arguments is generally frowned upon, but it’s a requirement for students in Dr. Adam Blincoe’s Citizen 110 course, Choosing Well, Acting Right, Being Good.