The project that renovated and nearly tripled the size of Longwood University’s art building has received national recognition.
Andrea Davis Pinkney, a bestselling and award-winning author of books for children and young adults, will speak Thursday, July 18, at Longwood University.
The Longwood University Police Department will be conducting training exercises with a number of local and regional partners June 25-27. The training will focus on responses to threats involving weapons of mass destruction.
Jeff Everhart is using modern technology to teach others about a 19th-century movement devoted to nature and emotion.
Gubernatorial candidates Ken Cuccinelli and Terry McAuliffe are among those scheduled to address 600 outstanding high-school seniors who will gather on the Longwood University campus June 16-22 for Virginia Girls State.
A new Longwood program, set to begin fall 2013, will prepare students for careers in the fast-growing field of environmental sciences.
Two members of the Longwood University softball team earned 2013 Division I All-American honors, as announced by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) on May 29.
It doesn’t take a detective to figure out that Longwood University English professor Chris McGee loves the Hardy Boys.
To kick off the summer with a little rock and a little roll, the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts is excited to open its newest exhibition, It’s Always Rock & Roll: The Work of Photojournalist Janet Macoska.
Virginia high-school students are required to pass a one-credit course in economics and personal finance to graduate. Some also will receive college credit, thanks to a Longwood University dual-enrollment course.