Casey Ridpath ’20 is majoring in History with a concentration in secondary education and minor in political science. Her next step will be working as a 7th grade U.S. history teacher at J.E.J. Moore Middle School in Prince George.
As we say hello to a new decade (hello 2020!), here are just a few of the memorable social media posts from the Longwood community over the past decade.
Convocation, an annual rite at Longwood, marks the formal beginning of the academic year and serves as a showcase for intricate displays on graduation caps reflecting the unique personalities of this year’s senior class.
Students returning to campus this month may be looking forward to their favorite D-Hall staples--chicken patty day, the pasta and omelet bars, and grilled cheese. When they return, they’re in for a whole lot more.
It can be for some trained athletes. Alexis Wayland '22 has been working with Dr. Troy Purdom this summer to see if hyaluronic acid levels could be a factor.
No citronella for Charlotte Pfamatter '21 and Curran Atkinson '21. They spent their summer research project attracting mosquitos—on purpose.
Shake your tail feather? How does that help birds in flight? Catherine Swinsky '20 is spending her summer birdwatching to investigate.
Longwood students are a breed of their own. They have passion. They know excitement. And they like Baked Alaska. Here are ten ways you know you’re a Longwood student.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, what are 12,000 PICTURES OF LANCERS worth?
As we say hello to 2019, here are just a few of the memorable social media posts from the Longwood community over the past year.