The sixth annual G.A.M.E.—Greatest Athletics March Ever—brought out a record number of students and culminated at the soccer field for a thrilling match between the Longwood women's soccer program and Youngstown State.
Binta Barry knew what she wanted to do this summer, and she didn’t let a little thing like rejection stand in her way.
As looming rain showers gave way to afternoon sun, the newest Lancers lugged suitcases, refrigerators, posters and boxes of their favorite snacks up flights of stairs to their residence hall rooms.
Flight is the most energy-expensive form of locomotion, so wild birds usually conserve energy by flying at moderate speeds.
Tucked away at the bottom of a pile of nondescript letters in an archival box in the basement of Greenwood Library was a hidden treasure: an envelope bearing the name of one of the most recognizable figures in U.S. history.
Dr. Sarai Blincoe wants to provide soldiers with what she believes to be the most effective weapon in contemporary warfare: not an M-16 but the ability to win the trust of local civilians.
Nick Ravagli is no stranger to farm ponds. Growing up in nearby rural Prospect, he has been surrounded by a pastoral landscape his whole life.
Longwood University’s 5th annual First Night Faculty Gala Recital will be presented Monday, Aug. 24
Ri’Shawn Bassette is studying other Longwood students’ saliva this summer. Quirky obsession? Probably—unless you happen to be interested in studying anxiety disorders, as Bassette is.
Students everywhere seem to really hate grammar. Catch the mistake?