For a playwright, having an "off" day—or even an "off-off" day—is great: Longwood English professor finds success off-Broadway.
Dean Suzy Szasz Palmer has presided over Longwood’s Greenwood Library for the last five years, at a time when the role of libraries on college campuses is evolving and digital collections are replacing vast shelves of volumes.
A new season of performances brings diversity and excitement to the Longwood Department of Music.
Outgoing dean reflects on a culture change in the College of Business and Economics.
Top Civil War scholars in the country will discuss the immediate aftermath of the Appomattox Court House during Longwood's Civil War seminar.
The President's Lecture Series present crackerjack political journalist, Jeff Schapiro.
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.