On the eve of the 150th anniversary of the Confederate surrender at nearby Appomattox, Longwood University partnered with Appomattox Court House National Park for the 16th annual Civil War Seminar.
From knights to kings and barbarians to nobility, the Middle Ages are an endless source of fascination and myth. In modern culture, depictions of medieval life can be found in classic films and in modern series and films.
As hundreds of members of the Longwood community walked around the track Friday night, together they crossed one large hurdle.
Joan Neff—distinguished teacher and scholar, accomplished musician and martial arts black belt—was introduced last week during a reception in The Rotunda as Longwood's next provost and vice president for academic affairs.
Dr. Charles Ross, a Longwood University physics professor who is an expert on Civil War science and technology, will give a free talk Tuesday, April 7, at 3:30 p.m. in Longwood’s Greenwood Library on "Black Powder and the Cannon’s Roar."
Five retiring Longwood University faculty members—including the university’s senior faculty member and a former vice president for academic affairs—were honored March 26 at a campus reception.
Dr. David Orr, an environmentalist who helped launch the green campus movement and is leading a community-university partnership to improve his college town’s environmental sustainability, will speak at Longwood University during Earth Month.
It was innocuous enough: a simple tweet during a lull in class. It’s the type of thing that happens hundreds of times a day.
If there’s a lesson for everyone to learn from the Sony hacking scandal, it’s this: keep your kids on your desk, not on your desktop.
During her more than three decades at the University of Richmond, Joan Neff has played an instrumental role in that institution’s ascent from regional to national prominence.