Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in March, a community effort has been underway on Longwood’s campus to help make and provide personal protective equipment (PPE) to local first responders on the front lines of the pandemic.
A virtual job interview can be nerve-wracking your first time around, but the Longwood business students taking Management 391 this semester will be able to play it cool when they face that situation in the future.
Anyone responsible for converting an in-person event to a virtual format—a skill in high demand these days—could take a lesson from the Longwood students in charge of this year’s Relay For Life fundraiser.
It’s not “The Tonight Show” or “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”—it’s “The Justin and Lauren Show,” coming to you live from the Arlington, Virginia, living room of Justin Trawick ’04, and his girlfriend, Lauren LeMunyan.
It’s a distinction no other college or university in Virginia can claim: for eight of the last 10 years, Longwood’s police department has held a top-20 national ranking in the annual list published by Security Magazine.
When Rachel Arrington ’22 got the recent assignment to use readily available, naturally occurring objects to create an outdoor sculpture, she knew immediately the masterpiece she wanted to make would remind her of home—her Longwood home.
President W. Taylor Reveley IV announced Thursday the creation of a cross-university team of leaders and experts to look at all aspects of campus life to help Longwood prepare to safely re-open for in-person learning in the upcoming fall semester.
Longwood University recently ranked No. 16 nationally among small-size colleges and universities on the Peace Corps’ 2020 list of top volunteer-producing colleges and universities.
A message from President Reveley to the campus community about COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
The nationally acclaimed poet, short story writer, novelist, essayist, performer and artist will speak at Longwood University in March as part of the Longwood Authors Reading Series.