As a high school junior, Antonio Harvey ‘26 caught the research bug, and he hasn’t been able to shake it.
Two prominent figures with strong ties to Longwood, one a bestselling author and commentator on sports and society and the other the former speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates, will address the Longwood Class of 2023 at Commencement ceremonies on May 19-20.
A deeply passionate student with ambitions to serve in public office and be a force for good in the world is Longwood University’s 2023 nominee for the highly competitive national Harry S. Truman Scholarship.
A tragic comedy. A Richmond Symphony performance. A preview of a Carnegie Hall concert in New York City. All of these are highlights of the spring music and theatre events calendar at Longwood.
The Richmond Symphony will return to the Jarman Auditorium stage at Longwood University for a special Symphony Series performance featuring a mix of contemporary and classical works.
Carolina De Robertis, a writer of Uruguayan origins and author of five novels, is the 2022 winner of the John Dos Passos Prize for Literature, a premier literary prize given annually by Longwood University to a talented American writer who experiments with form, explores a range of voices and deserves more recognition.
Longwood is proud to recognize more than 1,000 students named to the Dean’s List and President’s List for the 2022 fall semester.
Based on the strength of its full-time faculty and reputation for intense personal learning, two Longwood University graduate programs are now ranked in the top 5 in Virginia, according to a U.S. News & World Report list released today.
It’s becoming quite a habit for Communication Studies students: graduate in May, win an Emmy a few months later.
Lieutenant John Johnson is by far the longest-tenured member of the Longwood University Police Department, having spent more than two decades patrolling campus.