Even though they’ll probably never play on it, some Longwood University students are excited about a playground the local Head Start program will build this summer.
Rebecca Skelton ’18 and Chelsea Dandridge ’17 have been playing with food lately. In a lab in Chichester, they’re smashing eggs, squishing Cheetos Puffs, soaking popcorn in water and stretching Twizzlers, pretzels and pizza slices.
Longwood University online MBA students will get a front-line look into competitive business and leadership responsibilities when John D. Bassett III, noted author and chairman of the Galax-based Vaughan-Bassett Furniture, pays a visit to campus.
Bridget Bergquist ’17 slowly poured silica gel, sand and liquid into a glass tube, then watched everything trickle to the bottom.
If someone had told David Conner ’17 and Connor Perry ’19 that they could spend a summer fishing—get paid for it and boost their job skills—they might have thought it was a college offer too good to be true. They would have been wrong.
What’s trending? If it’s something to do with the impact of molecular structure on the performance of electronic devices, Jayden Metzger ’17 can probably tell you.
Cat Gambill, like many college students, looks forward to the end of the week. But unlike many of her friends, it’s not the prospect of relaxation or road trips that gets her excited—it’s the anticipation of looking at spreadsheets.
Improving early childhood education is a moral and economic imperative.
Stunning natural beauty, a bevy of ongoing research projects, and versatile flora and fauna make Longwood University’s Hull Springs Farm a perfect outdoor classroom.
While a warranty may not add value to a home’s sale price, it may help a house sell more quickly.