When Sandra Ghali ’19 applied for a lab position at GENETWORx, a Glen Allen company that processes thousands of Covid-19 tests daily, she left a few people shaking their heads.
Longwood University’s Greenwood Library has been selected as one of 200 libraries to participate in Libraries Transforming Communities: Focus on Small and Rural Libraries.
Many Longwood faculty got creative last semester to make sure their students were getting the best educational experience possible under the circumstances.
The illegal wild animal trade, in which exotic animals like giraffes, tigers, and elephants are captured and sold on the black market to the highest bidder, is much more widespread than the average person would imagine. Partly spurred by the summer’s smash Netflix documentary “Tiger King,” new light has been shed on the issue.
Cancer-fighting cells developed in a Longwood lab could soon make their way to patient treatment plans, as clinical trials are planned to start soon.
One of Longwood’s accomplished social work professors will soon be granting licenses to new members of her profession throughout the commonwealth.
Jessica Stitts ’21 and other seniors focused on Farmville’s Community Garden on Virginia Street for their capstone project this fall.
With the semester coming to a close, we sat down with Student Government Association (SGA) President Brandon Bowen ’21 to talk about how he and his peers adjusted and were able to continue to enjoy student life while being on campus.
Allison Wright Pace ’20 is a perfect example of what student teachers—and their veteran counterparts—have been dealing with this year.
In a historic collaboration between the Library of Virginia, Longwood University, and the Farmville Herald, the archives of the Farmville Herald will be digitized and print copies stored in the Greenwood Library.