As Longwood students Olivia Mehalko and Cameron Reuss knelt in the dirt and carefully unearthed the remains of a 1,000-year-old Native American hearth, they came across what would seem to be a common find.
In sharp, daily columns and on network television news roundtables, Slate’s Jamelle Bouie has emerged as one of the few political journalists breaking through the hurried day-to-day and delivering in-depth historical perspective and critical thought.
When Dr. Darrell Carpenter and Dr. Robert Marmorstein sat down to assess the ways the cyber security and computer science programs at Longwood could collaborate more, they decided they needed to do some rewiring—literally.
A stunning and thought-provoking collection of artwork that tackles some of the most divisive issues in the country—civil rights, equality and injustice—will debut at the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts tomorrow, Friday, Nov. 3.
Celebrated fiction novelist and Pulitzer Prize finalist Chang-rae Lee has been named the winner of the 2017 John Dos Passos Prize for Literature, a premier literary award given annually by Longwood University.
Two new Brock Experiences are the latest in a growing series of immersive, citizenship-focused courses at sites around the United States.
In the world of graphic novels, stories of adventure and wonder are commonplace, and the best-selling book Lumberjanes is no different.
As the Taylor Center opens its doors and welcomes its first group of students, organizers are raising tuition-assistance funds for families of students.
It’s been a busy fall for Kate Colley ’18. A full courseload for the chemistry major from Fredericksburg with a 3.92 GPA. Research work with her professor. And countless hours on the field hockey field, where the star midfielder has helped lead Longwood to a 10-2 start, the best in program history.
The 2017 Virginia Children's Book Festival will again bring some of the most acclaimed authors and illustrators of children's and young adult books to Longwood University on October 19-21.