Nick Ravagli is no stranger to farm ponds. Growing up in nearby rural Prospect, he has been surrounded by a pastoral landscape his whole life.
Longwood University’s 5th annual First Night Faculty Gala Recital will be presented Monday, Aug. 24
Summer is a nice break from the rigors of academia, but there’s nothing quite like coming back to our campus home.
Ri’Shawn Bassette is studying other Longwood students’ saliva this summer. Quirky obsession? Probably—unless you happen to be interested in studying anxiety disorders, as Bassette is.
Students everywhere seem to really hate grammar. Catch the mistake?
Computer technology is helping Mother Nature in a Longwood research project.
James Laycock ’16 has dreamed of working for Nike since he was a kid. He doesn’t have to dream anymore. The graphic design major from Williamsburg is currently a summer intern at Nike world headquarters in Beaverton, Ore., outside Portland.
The world waited in anticipation just a week ago when the first high-resolution images of Pluto and its moons were released by NASA—the first detailed look at what was once our furthest sibling in the solar system.
Headed to the beach but scared of getting in the water for fear of sharks?
Education is often like a pyramid: layers built upon layers, and the firmer the foundation, the more solid the whole structure.