Longwood honors retiring faculty.
Longwood faculty members join Broadway star on the Wygal stage.
Children learn best not by listening to lectures but by doing the one thing they most want to do anyway: playing.
Since the time of Charles Darwin, the rate of evolution has been assumed to be very slow. Recent research, however, has shown that evolution can occur quickly, often within just a few decades.
Showing their love for Longwood through videos, students, alumni, and supporters come together in a successful media campaign.
Longwood uses its rich history to attract more applicants.
Fingerprints are known to be important clues in solving crimes—but in predicting and preventing disease?Longwood professor's research reveals fingerprin-analysis can predict who is at risk for diabetes.
Longwood University Police gain coveted distinction.
The new Longwood Center for Community Music launches a piano outreach program.
A partnership between Longwood and the Department of Education aims to help low-performing school districts reach new heights.