"Dear all --- During my time as president, I’ve communicated regularly with the Longwood community about . . . Title IX, campus sexual violence and our shared efforts to ensure we have a campus climate that is healthy, safe and fair."
Our tight-knit community is bearing grave thoughts on the return from spring break. As many of you know from campus updates and media, one of our fellow Lancers is missing.
Several Longwood University choirs will join together to present a free concert Sunday, March 15, at 7:30 p.m. in Jarman Auditorium.
The Longwood University community shares the deep concerns of Anjelica Hadsell’s family and loved ones and we hope she is located safely. If you have information on AJ's whereabouts, please immediately contact Norfolk police at 757-664-7026.
As Gen. Robert E. Lee’s troops retreated from their defeats at Sailor’s Creek and High Bridge on April 6-7, 1865, they sought respite in Farmville, desperately seeking food from supply trains stationed in town.
The Longwood University Jazz Ensembles will present a free concert Tuesday, March 10, at 7:30 p.m. in Jarman Auditorium.
Longwood alumnus and former basketball great Jerome Kersey passed away Wednesday. He was 52.
During its first two seasons, the popular History Channel series Vikings (2013) triggered a vigorous debate among scholars and amateur historians about the show’s authenticity—particularly the gore and violence.
If anyone’s blood runs Longwood blue, it is Nancy Shelton ’68. Daughter and granddaughter of Longwood graduates, Shelton has made her alma mater her professional home.
Twisted, bloody revenge is coming to the Longwood University stage in February.