Summer is a nice break from the rigors of academia, but there’s nothing quite like coming back to our campus home.
Statistics are everywhere–and they’re increasingly used to drive decisions around the globe.
Every four years, presidential candidates present their cases to the American public though presidential debates. Initially relegated to television studios, these debates began to be held at colleges and universities in 1976.
At Longwood, we are proud of our close-knit community and campus culture of citizen leadership. Meet six of these students who have become advocates for change from the research lab to cities in Uganda.
On the eve of the 150th anniversary of the Confederate surrender at nearby Appomattox, Longwood University partnered with Appomattox Court House National Park for the 16th annual Civil War Seminar.
Looking for something fun to do on Valentine’s day without leaving town? Natalie Joseph ’16 pulled together 10 suggestions right here in FarmVegas. All are within walking distance or a FAB ride of campus.
SpongeBob has been a staple in young kids’ lives for a generation now—just try to ask any 20-something “Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?” and not have them reply “SpongeBob SquarePants!” Instant friendship.
From current events to concerts, from art exhibits to theatre, from corporate success stories to stimulating lectures, there is something for EVERYONE this year at Longwood University--AND events are free and open to the public (except where noted).
Many women know how frustrating it is when their bodies won’t shed weight where they want it to. But understanding how you’re put together can translate to a healthy acceptance of your particular body type and lead to a happier and healthier life.
We’ve all seen hacker movies that feature preposterous situations and technology. We’re looking at you, Hackers, Swordfish, and The Net. But Blackhat, a high-tech Bourne-type thriller is surprisingly plausible, and seems almost rooted in reality.