As we say goodbye to 2014, here are just a few (of the many) memorable social media posts from the Longwood community over the past year. Enjoy!
We hope you are as inspired by those in the Longwood community as we are every day. Here are 10 more inspiring ways we’ve seen #LancersShowLove this holiday season…
Whether it’s the vine that ate the South or the toothy, voracious fish that can survive out of water and destroys natural ecosystems, invasive species are universally cursed.
Cainan Townsend’s great-aunts and great-grandfather took their case for justice to the halls of the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., 60 years ago.
Today we are grieving the death of senior Riley Cole, who as many of you now know lost his life in an automobile accident yesterday near Scottsville, when en route home to Earlysville for the holidays.
Novelist and filmmaker Ruth Ozeki will be awarded the 33rd John Dos Passos Prize for Literature at Longwood University this spring.
Capping a standard and thorough review of the entire institution, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has formally reaffirmed Longwood University’s accreditation.
Nurses in south-central Virginia who want to earn a bachelor’s degree in nursing will be able to do so more easily thanks to a new program at Longwood University.
Wherever there is construction at Longwood University, there’s Otis Brown.
With holiday shopping season in full swing, gift-givers won't be the only ones scouring the Internet for opportunities.