Marcus Marin '20, a psychology major who hopes to become a school counselor after he graduates this May, has been on the Honor Guard for three of his four years in the National Guard.
A world-renowned visual storyteller known for her large-scale cutout images that have been featured in major museum collections and on the cover of Dave Matthews Band’s latest album, Come Tomorrow, will visit Longwood in November.
Virginia’s leading political commentator is coming to Longwood next month to share his insights on the consequential 2019 state legislative elections, as well as national politics in the bellwether Old Dominion as the 2020 presidential campaign shifts into gear.
One of the most celebrated and beloved authors in America is coming to Longwood this month as the featured author at the sixth annual Virginia Children’s Book Festival.
The Richmond Symphony will return to the Jarman Auditorium stage at Longwood University for a special performance showcasing the works of two of classical music’s most celebrated Russian composers.
Longwood University faculty members were recently awarded two grants from the National Science Foundation to fund innovative programs.
Four leading cyber security experts will convene on the campus of Longwood University next week to discuss the biggest challenges facing the global IT community and what citizens can do to secure their private data from being harvested by cybercriminals.
One of Shakespeare’s most popular plays is coming to Longwood this month for a free performance open to the public as part of the university’s longstanding relationship with the American Shakespeare Center.
James Bennett ’21 is the recipient of the 2019 Moton Legacy Scholarship, one of the highest honors bestowed by the university.
Rabih Alameddine, a Lebanese American fiction and essay writer known for his diverse and multifaceted storytelling, is the 2019 winner of the John Dos Passos Prize for Literature—a premier literary award given annually by Longwood University.