One of the most celebrated contemporary poets in America, whose turbulent works often use variations in form and punctuation to underscore physical and emotional turmoil, will anchor the Longwood Authors Series in an unmissable lecture this spring.
Jaelon Hariston is one of the students in Clint Wright’s first-year coaching group—an innovative new approach to helping freshmen acclimate to college life that Longwood introduced and piloted in the fall semester.
As we say hello to 2019, here are just a few of the memorable social media posts from the Longwood community over the past year.
More than 700 handcrafted items made by students and alumni went up for sale at the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts at the end of the semester.
Karen Tei Yamashita, a novelist, short story writer, playwright and professor known for her works of Asian American literature and magic realism, is the 2018 winner of the John Dos Passos Prize for Literature.
In just two years, groups of Longwood students will arrive in Puerto Rico—a Caribbean territory that has been the subject of intense debate since a devastating hurricane struck the island last summer.
Introduction to New Media is a collaboration between Dr. Denis Trubitsyn’s upper-level microbiology class and Lauren Rice’s art class.
The campus community gathered on Friday morning to get the first up-close look at Longwood’s towering new monument to Joan of Arc, the university’s patron hero.
As the crane slowly lifted off the top of the plywood box, revealing Longwood’s newest monument to its patron hero, Joan of Arc, sculptor Alexander “Sandy” Stoddart bounced around the construction site, buzzing with excitement.
The Norman H. and Elsie Stossel Upchurch University Center is officially open, an 84,000-square-foot building in the heart of Longwood’s campus that houses many student affairs departments, the vibrant Student Government Association and several new dining options already popular with students and staff.