Jonathan Kukapa and Anthony Ugorji are teammates, roommates and best friends. They also embody Longwood University’s commitment to providing an education—and opportunity for a better life—to those who need it most.
John B. Adams Jr., chairman of The Martin Agency, will speak Tuesday, Nov. 18, at 7:30 p.m. in Longwood University’s Wygal Auditorium.
The program, which begins at 7:30 p.m. in Jarman Auditorium, will be conducted by Steven Smith and will include Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony and the Horn Concerto No. 1 by Richard Strauss.
Longwood University is becoming home to an invaluable collection of academic materials in a burgeoning field of scholarly research: folk art.
Technology executive Dr. Val Rahmani will speak Thursday, Nov. 6, at 7:30 p.m. in Longwood University’s Wygal Auditorium on "Leading in a Digital, Risky World."
Robert Kennedy’s May 1964 trip to Farmville is a watershed moment in the local history of the civil rights movement.
When John J. Audubon watched a migrating flock of passenger pigeons fly overhead in 1813, he wrote that the sky was "black with birds" for three days. He could not have imagined that just over a century later, the bird would be extinct.
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.