John Brumfield’s notebook looks like some kind of movie prop: pages and pages filled with molecules drawn out in hexagons and lines, each carefully marked with individual atoms neatly labeled.
As Longwood and Farmville planners have been forging their common future, it's been on almost everyone's wish list: a boutique market, focused on selling fresh food, and situated within easy walking distance of campus and Main Street.
Music lovers in Southside Virginia are preparing for another spectacular fall performance lineup at Longwood University.
Black Lives Matter and Occupy Wall Street have used social media to engage people in their movements. Katie Kinsey ’18 is researching exactly how they have used it.
Longwood University’s nationally ranked MBA program is online, but over a long weekend every summer students gather on campus.
So far there are no fatalities, but the research two math students are undertaking this summer may leave them “gasping for air” before it’s all over.
Keane’s goal: to prove that the graphic novel Watchmen belongs in the same conversation with classics like Grapes of Wrath and Pride and Prejudice.
A gift from Carole ’67 and Rich Kraemer will expand Camp JumpStart, a summer literacy program for young children, to include two 12-13-week sessions and welcome those with language delays and disorders.
Five authors have been shortlisted for the 2017 John Dos Passos Prize for American Literature, given annually by Longwood University.
Katelyn Jones is halfway through a paid summer research fellowship at Longwood, where she is investigating parabens—antibiotics that are used in everything from makeup to sunscreen to shampoo.