To kick off the summer with a little rock and a little roll, the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts is excited to open its newest exhibition, It’s Always Rock & Roll: The Work of Photojournalist Janet Macoska.
Virginia high-school students are required to pass a one-credit course in economics and personal finance to graduate. Some also will receive college credit, thanks to a Longwood University dual-enrollment course.
Physicists at Longwood University are examining a new way of tapping wind power to create electricity by making vehicles more efficient.
Since 2006, groups of Longwood University students and faculty have been setting out in May on an annual academic pilgrimage to Yellowstone National Park. Their mission is to seek out more than just magnificent scenery and some souvenirs.
Those amazing research results we’re always reading about may not be so amazing after all, says a business professor at Longwood University.
The Vikings were not just the wanton marauders of popular portrayal, says a Longwood University medieval scholar who recently conducted archaeological research on the Isle of Man.
Matt McGregor, Longwood’s associate dean of wellness, has received a national award from the National Intramural Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA).
A Longwood University alumnus who is a Hollywood actor urged graduates at his alma mater’s undergraduate commencement May 11 to "get character or become one."
Longwood University’s Board of Visitors today approved a 4.1 percent increase in tuition and mandatory fees for the 2013-14 school year, bringing that cost for in-state students to $11,340.
Some Longwood University students learned recently that hunger isn’t always halfway around the world. Sometimes it’s just around the corner.