Longwood senior Ibrahim Kante ’21 spent a good portion of his summer participating in the prestigious Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Junior Summer Institute Fellowship Program at Princeton University.
Aleksandar Hemon, a fiction and nonfiction writer, is the 2020 winner of the John Dos Passos Prize for Literature—a premier literary award given annually by Longwood University.
The clouds moving across the sky at times decreased visibility but they did nothing to dampen the enthusiasm of the Longwood students who turned out recently for an evening of stargazing.
Through a series of virtual and personal recognition events, Longwood honored both undergraduate and graduate student members of the Class of 2020.
Cameron Patterson ’10 was recently named executive director of the Moton Museum, after previously serving as managing director of the museum since January 2017.
The Clark Intercultural Center officially opened Sept. 21 as a place where students can learn more about each other and embrace their differences.
Medical Director Dr. Rob Wade took a few minutes to answer some questions about the Health Center, its procedures for supporting students through Covid-19, and how the semester is going so far.
Army Sgt. Rodney Richardson is part of a growing population of students at Longwood comprised of veterans, servicemembers, reservists and National Guardsmen.
Dani Rauchwarg and Ted Gutches, both 2019 Longwood graduates, are used to taking things in stride-both in their personal and professional lives.
Dr. Amorette Barber was honored at this year’s Convocation ceremony with the highest faculty honor at Longwood: the Simpson Distinguished Professorship.