Longwood University is again one of the best colleges in the Southeast, according to The Princeton Review.
In 1924, Bessie Mae Land enrolled at State Teachers College, the institution that would eventually become Longwood University. Land wanted to be a teacher, but shortly after arriving on campus, she was forced to abandon her dream.
The first few weeks of the academic year are full of tradition—from move-in day to the G.A.M.E. to Convocation—but few annual events pack as much fun as Rock the Block.
Hundreds of Longwood alumni gathered outside their new home on campus on Saturday, Sept. 12. to celebrate its official opening.
The rain that forced Convocation indoors was interpreted as a positive omen by two of Longwood’s leaders.
Feller, the winner of numerous awards for his work covering the presidency for the world’s largest newsgathering organization, will speak Thursday, Sept. 17.
Longwood University is now ranked among the top 10 public regional universities in the South in the annual U.S. News & World Report survey.
With the grand opening and dedication of the Maugans Alumni Center on Saturday, Sept. 12, Longwood marks the completion of the final phase of reconstruction to portions of Longwood’s historic campus center that were damaged in the great fire of 2001.
The American Shakespeare Center (ASC) will present a free performance of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest in Longwood University’s Jarman Auditorium on Monday, Sept. 14, at 7 p.m.
As Marc and Wilma Register Sharp ’66 have worked tirelessly to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others, Longwood University’s mission of nurturing citizen leaders in a residential setting has always struck a deep chord with the Williamsbu