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.
Longwood’s reputation was already on the rise in the annual U.S. News college rankings. This year, it’s also being recognized as the “Best Value” among Virginia public universities.
Chemistry major Sarah Elsakr’s PRISM research project this summer could have been ripped from an episode of the forensic crime drama television series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
It was just after midnight when Haleigh Pannell ’20 got the news that she’d been elected Student Government Association president at Longwood. Overcome with excitement, she woke up her parents to share the good news.
The first cars arrived at Frazer Hall just before 7 a.m. on Thursday morning to wait for the doors of Longwood’s newest residence hall to open.
Hundreds of future teachers will move into Longwood this week when freshmen make their way to their residence halls for the first time.
Students returning to campus this month will see some big changes. Among them, the re-opening of Frazer Hall, a new admissions building about to open, and significant progress on the new academic building behind French.
Longwood University has again been named one of the top regional universities in the United States by Princeton Review, one of the most popular and influential college rankings published each year.
Any oncologist will tell you that catching cancer early is the best chance to fight and beat the disease. Often the groundwork for early detection is laid in the research lab.
Sarah Dooley ’21 might one day be able to sample the fruits of her summer research at Third Street Brewing—Farmville’s craft brewery.