Jacqueline Amaya Hernandez ’23 chose Longwood because she fell in love with the close-knit campus community and individualized academic support and because financially it made sense.
As of this academic year, Longwood has a new option for chemistry majors who are interested in integrating the study of biology with chemistry—a new biochemistry concentration.
Longwood University has partnered with Curative, a medical testing company, to provide Covid-19 tests to the campus, Farmville and Southside communities with no out-of-pocket costs, the university announced Monday.
What would you do if the water coming out of your kitchen faucet could kill you?
Longwood is proud to recognize more than 1,000 students named to the Dean’s List and President’s List for the 2021 fall semester.
For Brandon Carwile ‘16, his dream job covering the Green Bay Packers for USA Today’s PackersWire–requires Carwile to set aside his fandom and approach the game from as neutral a place as possible.
Movies can take us out of ourselves for a couple of hours, but they also can make us look inside ourselves and influence our beliefs about our role in society.
Getting into arguments is generally frowned upon, but it’s a requirement for students in Dr. Adam Blincoe’s Citizen 110 course, Choosing Well, Acting Right, Being Good.
They provide a backdrop against which scholars can examine globalization, race, power, multiculturalism, gender and social norms.
Even though some days felt like weeks and some months felt like years, 2021 was full of memorable moments shared by the Longwood community. As we say hello to 2022, here’s a highlight reel of social media posts from an unforgettable year.