Even though some days felt like weeks and some months felt like years, 2020 was full of memorable moments shared by the Longwood community. As we say hello to 2021, here’s a highlight reel of social media posts from an unforgettable year.
Over the past few weeks, the faculty, staff and students painted more than 150 rocks with cheerful messages and pictures, and then set them out for students to find.
Convocation, the traditional start to senior year, is celebrated at Longwood with a tradition unlike any other.
Summer is an exciting time for new Lancers—a time of hope for new beginnings and anticipation of what the future holds. We asked 21 incoming freshmen to tell us what they are looking forward to most about Longwood and one interesting fact about them.
We caught up with Trevor Heath ’20 to find out about his post-Longwood plans. He is working in sales and marketing at Richmond-based Dominion Aviation Services, Inc.
We caught up with Zachary Rector ’20 to find out about his post-Longwood plans. He’ll be working for Amazon in Baltimore as an area manager.
We caught up with Reilly Fox ’20 to find out about her post-Longwood plans. She’ll be working with patients with brain injuries and spinal cord injuries as a certified therapeutic recreation specialist at the new Sheltering Arms Institute in Richmond.
With nearly 200 clubs and organizations at Longwood University, students can become as involved as they want to be.
We caught up with Sutton Reekes ’20 to find out about her post-Longwood plans to move across the country and begin graduate school at the University of Southern California.
Karen Emerson ’20 is majoring in Business administration with a concentration in accounting and a double minor in mathematics and economics. Her next step will be a summer internship in Singapore, then pursuing dual master’s degrees—one in international business and the other in business analytics—at the Hult International Business School in Dubai.