Jim Lehrer, the legendary PBS NewsHour host, addressed the seniors at Convocation, which marked the official opening of the academic year.
McCoy Williams '18 spent his summer watching birdfeeders and in the lab looking at frames of the birds in flight to study how birds land and take off in the wild.
Events like a general election debate require a small army of volunteers, and the Longwood family answered the call in a huge way.
Convocation 2016 was filled–as usual–with hundreds of well-decorated caps reflecting the unique personalities of this year’s senior class. Here are 11 of the ones you didn’t want to miss.
Thursday, Sept. 8 started as many days have for Jim Lehrer, the longtime host of PBS's flagship "Newshour." It ended in a slightly more unfamiliar setting, as Lehrer spoke to nearly a thousand freshman Longwood students.
Jacob Spain ’17 set out to discover whether the increase in dissolved organic carbon concentration—called "brownification"—has affected the ability of fish to see and capture their prey.
Making a difference is more than a catchphrase for Amber Litchford—it’s the way she lives her life.
Young scholars in the developing world who want to publish research articles are often stymied by a shortage of books on statistics and research methods. Longwood University faculty members recently joined in an international effort to help.
This fall, the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts and the Associated Press have teamed up to debut an exhibition showcasing historic and revealing images from presidential campaigns dating to the early 20th century.
The VP debate will be the culmination of a weekslong stretch of engaging academic and public programming.