Dustin Lance Black, a screenwriter, producer, director and social activist who won an Academy Award for his biopic on the late civil rights activist Harvey Milk, will speak Tuesday, Oct. 7, at 8 p.m. in Longwood University’s Jarman Auditorium.
The water was cold, and Catherine Hanson knew that better than anyone. Standing among a field of hundreds of triathletes, each one encased in the comforting compression of a neoprene wetsuit, there stood Hanson in a tissue-thin singlet.
It's a statistic that may raise eyebrows: More than 80 percent of college students say they have been the targets of microaggression.
Longwood’s campus will soon be host to several beloved and award-winning children’s book authors as part of the inaugural Virginia Children’s Book Festival.
An endowed school programs educator position that ensures a continued museum presence in area school systems has been named for a Farmville area champion of the arts and co-founder of the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts (LCVA).
Bradley Boswell has visited about 70 countries, including some of the world’s most forbidding places—Iraq, Iran, Syria and Pakistan. But his recent trip to North Korea was a unique experience.
Steven Smith, conductor of the Richmond Symphony Orchestra, will speak Tuesday, Sept. 23, at 7:30 p.m. in Longwood University’s Wygal Hall on "The Human Connection in Music."
Longwood University’s Board of Visitors has passed a formal resolution expressing regret over the institution’s actions during the civil rights era.
Under a hot September sun, a Longwood tradition began a new chapter.
Two centuries have come and gone since "The Star-Spangled Banner" was written, but one thing about the song hasn’t changed: It is hard to sing.