When more than 80 alums volunteer to spend a day showing current Longwood students the ropes of their jobs—and when the places they work include Ernst & Young, NatGeo Studios and the British embassy in Washington, D.C.—you know you’ve got an amazing network of caring and generous alumni.
The Longwood Center for the Visual Arts (LCVA) and Hampden-Sydney College (HSC) are excited to announce a series of Zoom symposiums presented in conjunction with the exhibition Asterisks in the Grand Narrative of History, an intimate yet ambitious exhibition that spans two collegiate galleries.
Tanea Doswell ’24, a participant in the inaugural Summer Scholars, an intensive summer research program for high-school students, is now she’s a freshman at Longwood.
Equal parts restaurateur, savvy marketer and back-to-basics foodie, Adam Russo ’07 invites you to forget everything you thought you knew about school cafeterias.
We are highlighting some of the incoming freshmen who will make up Longwood’s Class of 2025.
A fresh new marquee was hung along the corner of High and Main streets, soon to be home of the High Street Theatre, a new cinema and black-box theatre envisioned as a place for community events and film.
When Sandra Ghali ’19 applied for a lab position at GENETWORx, a Glen Allen company that processes thousands of Covid-19 tests daily, she left a few people shaking their heads.
Longwood University’s Greenwood Library has been selected as one of 200 libraries to participate in Libraries Transforming Communities: Focus on Small and Rural Libraries.
Many Longwood faculty got creative last semester to make sure their students were getting the best educational experience possible under the circumstances.
The illegal wild animal trade, in which exotic animals like giraffes, tigers, and elephants are captured and sold on the black market to the highest bidder, is much more widespread than the average person would imagine. Partly spurred by the summer’s smash Netflix documentary “Tiger King,” new light has been shed on the issue.