The Richmond Symphony is returning to the Jarman Auditorium stage in February for a night of soaring, powerful music.
Students celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a day of service.
Dr. Walter Witschey, research professor of anthropology and geography at Longwood University, publishes new book on ancient Mayan culture.
Prince Edward County's first African-American Commonwealth's Attorney credits a lifetime at Longwood with teaching her social responsibility and justice.
Longwood online MBA receives top honor for third consecutive year.
2016 Virginia Children's Book Festival authors sweep the industry's top literary awards.
Longwood's real estate faculty is recognized for excellence by their peers.
Dr. Lissa Power-deFur, professor of communication sciences and disorders, has published a new textbook that analyzes Common Core standards and provides interventions to meet student needs.
Several of the 200 known archaeological sites along the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck are prehistoric—dating from as early as 9,000 years ago.
Longwood University’s Modern Genetics biology course is more than just lectures and labs. It’s a research-focused experience for students—some of whom contributed to a published peer-reviewed scientific paper—in a nationwide genomics research project