Longwood alumnus and former basketball great Jerome Kersey passed away Wednesday. He was 52.
During its first two seasons, the popular History Channel series Vikings (2013) triggered a vigorous debate among scholars and amateur historians about the show’s authenticity—particularly the gore and violence.
If anyone’s blood runs Longwood blue, it is Nancy Shelton ’68. Daughter and granddaughter of Longwood graduates, Shelton has made her alma mater her professional home.
Looking for something fun to do on Valentine’s day without leaving town? Natalie Joseph ’16 pulled together 10 suggestions right here in FarmVegas. All are within walking distance or a FAB ride of campus.
Twisted, bloody revenge is coming to the Longwood University stage in February.
SpongeBob has been a staple in young kids’ lives for a generation now—just try to ask any 20-something “Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?” and not have them reply “SpongeBob SquarePants!” Instant friendship.
From current events to concerts, from art exhibits to theatre, from corporate success stories to stimulating lectures, there is something for EVERYONE this year at Longwood University--AND events are free and open to the public (except where noted).
A unique Longwood University concert celebrating Black History Month, co-sponsored by the Moton Museum, blends legendary poets and composers in a fusion of entertainment and learning this month.
Longwood University is working closely with Centra Southside Hospital and other outside agencies to stay informed about the spread of a highly contagious norovirus, and so far we have seen only a handful of cases on campus.
A whole lot of Hollywood magic is being injected into a brand-new major at Longwood. Or at least a little nautical nonsense.