It’s America’s first two-college town, a place where the final hours of the Civil War unfolded and a student strike helped launch the modern civil rights movement.
Imagine ESPN’s “College GameDay” coming to Longwood. Now imagine something much bigger, with five networks, dozens of anchors, and two days’ worth of coverage. Get ready to put yourself in the middle of it all – and maybe be seen on live TV.
Members of the Secret Service will give a rare glimpse into their operations at 7 p.m. Sept. 26 in Blackwell Ballroom. The event is free and the public is invited.
Second City, the celebrated improv comedy troupe, will perform LIVE at Longwood University as part of the Vice Presidential Debate celebration. Did you know the troupe has launched the careers of many famous comedians? Take this quiz to learn more.
Longwood University Theatre’s production of Jean Anouilh’s version of the classic Greek tragedy Antigone will be presented Sept. 21-25 in the Mainstage Auditorium of the Center for Communication Studies and Theatre.
In the shadow of a landmark where student activism helped change the world, Longwood University will invite the public to make their voices heard during the Oct. 4 Vice Presidential Debate.
Watch party kits will soon land on alumni doorsteps and give them everything they need to host a family-and-friends watch party on one of the most unforgettable nights in Longwood history.
Cyber security experts will discuss the current political climate and the future of the cyber security profession. Free and open to the public.
The story of Farmville Baptist and First Baptist mirrors a story told across the country, especially in the South: that faith and history, while constantly evolving, is woven tightly together.
Jim Lehrer, the legendary PBS NewsHour host, addressed the seniors at Convocation, which marked the official opening of the academic year.