President Bill Clinton was known for his powerful speeches. The man behind many of those words is coming to Farmville to speak on one of the 20th century’s most well-known political feuds.
As row after row of Longwood nursing sophomores donned their bright new white coats for the first time, they marked an important transformative moment in the life of any pre-service nurse: entrance into clinical practice.
Edwilda Allen Isaac’s vivid memories of her participation in the historic 1951 Moton High School student strike and her exhortation to subsequent generations to rally for the cause of social justice moved many audience members to tears.
Dance workshops, an exhibition of artwork by Mr. Imagination and a panel discussion with artists, archivists, curators and historians are some of the highlights of Fall into Folk.
Julie Fowlis, a world-renowned singer of Celtic music, will present a free concert Wednesday, Oct. 14, at 7:30 p.m. in Jarman Auditorium.
Kristen Green, author of the New York Times bestseller Something Must Be Done About Prince Edward County, will speak Wednesday, Oct. 7th.
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.