The best laid plans of mice and men, the poet says, often go awry. Tell that to Jahleem Montague ’19, the digital media superstar who never thought about those three words together before two years ago.
Graduating from college. That’s the big dream—the one that prompted Maria Reynoso’s parents to move, with 2-year-old Maria, from Guadalajara, Mexico to the United States two decades ago.
Dr. Craig Challender’s career at Longwood ended with two poems. Making the moment even more poignant, the class happened to also be the last one for two graduating seniors, Annie Polek and Carson Blackwood, both of whom will walk across the commencement stage on Saturday.
Communication Studies major Shannon Blunt ’19 arrived at Longwood thinking she wanted to work on the student newspaper. Then she saw the WMLU studio, and everything about her next four years changed.
Louis Gould ’19, a history major who might possibly be the busiest student at Longwood.
The list of accolades Megan Garrett ‘19 collected in the waning weeks of her college career is a true testament to her commitment to citizen leadership and service during her years at Longwood.
More than 600 Longwood students have been hard at work studying many topics, from aquatic intervention for children with cerebral palsy to politics in the age of social media.
Every year, the faculty of Longwood’s Department of Biological and Environmental Services celebrates this diversity with an annual BioBlitz, a community event in which people from across Farmville and Prince Edward identify and record species, learn about local wildlife and natural history, and explore the world around them with experienced natural
Longwood University on Wednesday announced the largest gift in the institution’s history, a $15 million contribution from philanthropist Joan Brock ’64, which will go toward the construction of a new convocation and events center next to Willett Hall.
Robert Whitaker, an award-winning investigative journalist and author of five books will deliver the prestigious 2019 Simkins Lecture, held annually each spring at Longwood University.