The nationally acclaimed poet, short story writer, novelist, essayist, performer and artist will speak at Longwood University in March as part of the Longwood Authors Reading Series.
Standing at the fence that separates the U.S. from Mexico, Lacie Ellithorpe felt it all come together. It was, she said, a “moment of realization.”
It was a moment during a study abroad program in Turks & Caicos that sealed Charlotte Pfamatter’s plans for the future.
Longwood University will undertake a multiyear project to study its own institutional history, including the role of African-Americans on campus, President W. Taylor Reveley IV announced today.
Longwood is proud to recognize more than 1,000 students named to the Dean’s List and President’s List for the 2019 fall semester.
The theatre stage at Longwood this spring will feature a unique mix of pop-culture favorites—from an expertly choreographed “All That Jazz” number to a laughter-inducing Sherlock Holmes mystery.
For more than two decades, Beth Macy reported from the front lines of the ballooning opioid crisis in southwestern and southside Virginia as a journalist for The Roanoke Times.
Rodney Robinson, the 2019 National Teacher of the Year, will visit Longwood University next month to meet with students and faculty and discuss his whole-child approach to education, as well as his efforts to improve equity in educational opportunities.
The Longwood Center for Community Music is launching its newest initiative: a free children’s choir for ages 7-11.
Dr. Lee Bidwell’s Citizen 110 (Inquiry into Citizenship) seminar, titled Be A Change-Maker, challenged students to learn about big societal problems and then think about ways to address them.