The fresh water in America’s lakes is increasingly turning greenish-brown—which has negative consequences for water quality, fish and the aquatic food chain.
In the culmination of this past Friday's The G.A.M.E. 9.0, the Longwood community set an NCAA Division I record by bringing 2,073 people to the field hockey team's thrilling 2-1 win over Bucknell, the highest recorded attendance for a regular season game since the NCAA began tracking such statistics in 2006.
Danyelle Henderson '20 has never shied away from a challenge, no matter how big.
Lauren Johnson ’21, a chemistry major, is the youngest Longwood student participating in PRISM this summer.
Longwood student Todd Miller made his life count—but the real story is the impact he made after his death.
Trying to explain what Jordan Berkompas '20 is studying this summer with her faculty mentor involves tossing out everything most people know about geometry and how it works.
Nearly $11 million has been added in scholarship funding thanks to an unprecedented outpouring of philanthropy over the past six months.
Brigadier Gen. Patrick Finnegan, Longwood University’s 25th president who captured the hearts of students who affectionately called him “P-Finn” and helped usher in a new era for Longwood athletics, has passed away at age 68.
No test tubes needed for this science research project. Matthew Bowman ’20 is researching science education in hopes of improving teacher practices.
Last summer, Caitlin Harris ’20 was working in a factory alongside her father. This summer, the rising Longwood junior is studying DNA repair proteins and cancer mutations alongside Dr. Erin Shanle. And the biology major couldn’t be more in her element.