Longwood University and the Robert Russa Moton Museum, the National Historic Landmark where a 1951 student strike helped launch the modern American civil rights movement, will pursue an affiliation that will preserve the museum’s site and educational
Colleen McCrink Margiloff ’97, a past president of the Longwood Alumni Association, has been elected rector of the Longwood University Board of Visitors. She succeeds Marianne Radcliff ’92, who completed her maximum 2-year term as rector on July 1, b
Longwood University’s Speech, Hearing and Learning Services (SHLS) soon will have the only clinical audiologist in a wide region of south-central Virginia, enabling the center to better serve the community.
WMLU, the Longwood University campus radio station, has for the sixth consecutive year won the top prize for outstanding sports coverage for a station in its category from the Virginia Association of Broadcasters.
Virginia Girls State commemorated 40 years of partnership with Longwood University this week by presenting Darlene Bratcher, director of conferences and event services, with a plaque marking the milestone.
Longwood University’s information systems and security (ISYS) students are benefiting from a relationship with one of the world’s best graduate programs in their field.
The State Council of Higher Education for Virginia has approved a Master of Education degree program in Reading, Literacy and Learning at Longwood University.
Many Game of Thrones fans know what a student of history author George R.R. Martin is: Many of the plot’s themes have echoes in the War of the Roses and other historic events.
The Longwood University Nursing Department will soon begin research on a critically underserved population, according to the study’s backer: care for dementia patients.
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