Longwood director recognized for contributions to community, church
Elementary teachers win top honors at their schools
A new program that helps historically underrepresented students transition to college has launched at Longwood and is already finding success.
She’s a decorated law enforcement officer with more than 25 years of experience in community policing who has recently breathed new life into the law enforcement division of a prominent state agency.
An eager and excited Class of 2027—and all of their creature comforts—descended on Farmville this week ready to make their mark on Longwood and begin their next life chapter.
Once upon a time, Stu Soley ’08 and Billie Downing ’08 dreamed of getting married, moving to Hawaii and pursuing their art. Today, they’re living that dream.
Joel Worford ’18 likens his most recent accomplishment to winning the lottery—though considerably more talent is involved in being accepted to one of the country’s most prestigious creative writing programs than in picking six random numbers.
Summer is an exciting time for new Lancers—a time of hope for new beginnings and anticipation of what the future holds. We asked 21 incoming freshmen to tell us what they are looking forward to most about Longwood and one interesting fact about them.
From an early age, Diane Bottoms Boxley knew she wanted to go to college, even though her family did not have the means to send her.
Tiarrah “T” Parker ’17 was the guru of everything music at Prince Edward County High School for six years.