One of Longwood’s most impactful professors has been recognized by the Commonwealth with its highest award for faculty work at its public and private colleges and universities.
This semester the students planted, tended and then harvested a “victory garden” as part of Lund’s English 215 class, titled “9/11: Loss and Redemption.” The class counts as credit toward the Historical and Contemporary Insights pillar in Longwood’s Civitae core curriculum.
A stunning new home for Longwood admissions opened its doors to the community this week, drawing praise for its warm and welcoming interior and for its classic architecture that echoes the historic character of High Street.
Continuing a trend that began more than a decade ago, the Longwood University Police Department is one of the top law enforcement operations in the country—and the top-ranked department among Virginia colleges and universities.
Beth Macy, the Virginia-based best-selling author and sharp-eyed observer of the opioid crisis and other challenges facing rural America, will speak at Longwood later this month.
Four area high schoolers won’t go home after school next Thursday. Instead, they’ll head to Longwood’s Fall Showcase for Research and Creative Inquiry, where they will present their own research alongside hundreds of college students.
Marcus Marin '20, a psychology major who hopes to become a school counselor after he graduates this May, has been on the Honor Guard for three of his four years in the National Guard.
A world-renowned visual storyteller known for her large-scale cutout images that have been featured in major museum collections and on the cover of Dave Matthews Band’s latest album, Come Tomorrow, will visit Longwood in November.
Virginia’s leading political commentator is coming to Longwood next month to share his insights on the consequential 2019 state legislative elections, as well as national politics in the bellwether Old Dominion as the 2020 presidential campaign shifts into gear.
One of the most celebrated and beloved authors in America is coming to Longwood this month as the featured author at the sixth annual Virginia Children’s Book Festival.