Tori Murden McClure, the first woman to row unassisted across the Atlantic Ocean, will bring her story of courage, perseverance and determination—mixed with a lot of humor—to Longwood University on Thursday, Feb. 9.
Mercenaries in the 12th century faced widespread condemnation—some of it well-deserved, said Dr. Steven Isaac, a specialist in medieval military culture.
One of the most recognizable pundits in America, Roland S. Martin, will deliver the keynote address at Longwood University’s annual weeklong celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. Jane Richardson Taylor's feelings are so strong about early childhood education that she has now committed $1 million to establish an early childhood development center at Longwood University, which will open this year.
The Richmond Symphony will perform in Longwood University’s Jarman Auditorium on Friday, Feb. 3, at 7:30 p.m.
Music lovers have a wide variety of Longwood Music Department-sponsored concerts from which to choose this spring.
As we say hello to 2017, here are just a few of the memorable social media posts from the Longwood community over the past year.
Every student—especially international students—are looking for the right fit in a college. The broad array of higher education options in Virginia, means that often the state has exactly what students and parents are looking for.
Two Longwood University students who want to serve their country in the critical field of cyber security have attracted the attention and support of the commonwealth of Virginia—to the tune of $20,000 annually for up to two years.
Nursing department chair Dr. Deborah Ulmer sat down to talk about the success of the most recent class, and the future growth of the program.