Just steps across High Street from Longwood’s historic campus, the steady thrum of construction marks the latest sign of Farmville’s momentum as a destination college town: the new upscale boutique Hotel Weyanoke, set to welcome visitors starting early next year.
Edward Ayers, one of the nation’s most accomplished historians and university presidents, and noted entrepreneur and Commonwealth civic leader Gil Bland will address Longwood University’s graduating students during commencement weekend May 19-20.
It’s Thursday—the unofficial first night of Spring Weekend—and just before 9 p.m., two hours into his all-night shift, Sgt. Greg Giuriceo has his first potentially serious call of the blustery spring night.
During nearly two decades at the University of North Dakota, Tim O’Keefe helped elevate a business school to the national stage, helping to establish the second school of entrepreneurship in a public university and building an online MBA program that rose to a top-30 national ranking.
Dr. William F. “Bill” Dorrill, who brought an international perspective to Longwood University and expanded global partnerships during his eight-year tenure as president from 1988-1996, died Tuesday, April 18. He was 85.
Alan Creager’s fascination with World War II began in third grade, when he read a National Geographic article about the Battle of Midway.
Longwood University anthropology professor Dr. James Jordan recently received the 2017 Virginia Social Science Scholar of the Year Award.
In the photos, it looks like paradise: palm trees and white sand beaches surrounded by clear blue Atlantic water. But for residents of the island where nearly every day is sunny and bright, there’s a hidden cost: electricity.
More than 70 years after the liberation of concentration camps marked an end to the European theater of World War II, Longwood is partnering with the Virginia Holocaust Museum to remember the Holocaust and draw lessons from its lingering effects.
A philosopher, a social scientist and a mathematician are stranded on a raft with enough supplies for only one to survive. Which one—and, by association, which field of study—deserves to make it?