When Destiny Brown ’22 arrived at Longwood, she met a few upperclassmen who helped shape her experience and inspired her to become involved. Now it’s her mission to be that mentor for others.
Macey Mills ’19 dreamed of attending Longwood even as a 6-year-old—because she wanted to follow in the footsteps of her grandmother, Clara Kidd Mills ’62.
Thanks to a collaboration between a Longwood faculty member and two of his former students, English and language arts teachers will soon have at their fingertips a wealth of practical advice for the most effective use of remote teaching/learning technologies.
Childress is back home in the Richmond media market working as a multimedia journalist at WRIC 8News—the same station where she watched her mother anchor the news as a child.
Few people have the privilege of winning a Stanley Cup. During her 20-plus years with the Tampa Bay Lightning in the National Hockey League, Longwood alumna Mary Milne ’83 has done it twice.
In classrooms across the country at 1 p.m. every day this month, the kids behind computers sit up a little straighter. One of their favorite authors or illustrators is about to come on.
Longwood senior Ibrahim Kante ’21 spent a good portion of his summer participating in the prestigious Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Junior Summer Institute Fellowship Program at Princeton University.
Aleksandar Hemon, a fiction and nonfiction writer, is the 2020 winner of the John Dos Passos Prize for Literature—a premier literary award given annually by Longwood University.
The clouds moving across the sky at times decreased visibility but they did nothing to dampen the enthusiasm of the Longwood students who turned out recently for an evening of stargazing.
Through a series of virtual and personal recognition events, Longwood honored both undergraduate and graduate student members of the Class of 2020.