The Clark Intercultural Center officially opened Sept. 21 as a place where students can learn more about each other and embrace their differences.
Medical Director Dr. Rob Wade took a few minutes to answer some questions about the Health Center, its procedures for supporting students through Covid-19, and how the semester is going so far.
Army Sgt. Rodney Richardson is part of a growing population of students at Longwood comprised of veterans, servicemembers, reservists and National Guardsmen.
Dani Rauchwarg and Ted Gutches, both 2019 Longwood graduates, are used to taking things in stride-both in their personal and professional lives.
Dr. Amorette Barber was honored at this year’s Convocation ceremony with the highest faculty honor at Longwood: the Simpson Distinguished Professorship.
Over the past few weeks, the faculty, staff and students painted more than 150 rocks with cheerful messages and pictures, and then set them out for students to find.
Longwood latest new academic building is coming to life this semester.
Longwood’s reputation has been cemented in the annual U.S. News college rankings with its fifth-straight year being ranked in the top-10 public universities in the South.
Convocation, the traditional start to senior year, is celebrated at Longwood with a tradition unlike any other.
Jen Fraley, formerly the associate dean for conduct and integrity, stepped into the role of dean of students in July, in the midst of preparations for the return to campus by students in the fall.