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  • Frames of Reference Study abroad in India changes photography students’ perspectives on life
    Frames of Reference Study abroad in India changes photography students’ perspectives on life

Study abroad in India changes photography students’ perspectives on life

Alumni fill a variety of leadership roles in colleges and universities

Yearlong discussion focuses on humanities and their impact on life

Carrie Collenberg-Gonzalez Book Cover

In Print

Books by alumni, faculty, staff and friends

President W. Taylor Reveley IV taught a course on citizen leadership during the fall semester.

From The President


Credits & Contributions

Your Letters


Applauding alums in education, new president

Anne Murphy Morton Gregory Vandemark ’53


The evolution of a college and a magazine

Dr. James William Jordan

On Point


Parental Guidance

Longwood receives generous support from Parents Council

Real Estate MBA Keyboard Illustration

A New Addition

Longwood is launching an online MBA in real estate.

Dean King

Leadership Forum brings acclaimed authors to speak on campus

Two authors will speak on campus this spring in the Longwood Leadership Forum.


Online MBA programs ranked among best in nation

Maria Timmerman

Longwood math professor named best in Virginia

Virginia Sen. Mark Warner Skypes into a Longwood English class.

Appearing (Not Quite) in Person

Sen. Mark Warner taps technology for class visit


The Princeton Review names Longwood a ‘Best Value’

Gold egg

The Untouchable

Despite criticism and doubt, study shows Social Security maintains high level of support

Spread the Gossip

To Tell or Not To Tell

Study looks at how grown children might react to finding out a parent is gay


High bond rating signals financial strength for Longwood

The percentage of students eligible for free or reduced lunches is one predictor of SOL pass rates, according to a Longwood research study.

A Passing Interest

Research sheds light on which factors actually predict SOL pass rates


Learned Excellence

Great teachers are made, not born, says researcher


Kennedy Center program recognizes theatre faculty

Dr. Ken Fortino’s research into the role lakes play in the carbon cycle is being continued by Longwood students including Leanna Tacik ’14, a biology major
from Virginia Beach, who are looking at how farm ponds process organic material.

Beneath Still Waters

Climate-change research focuses on the role of lakes and ponds in processing carbon

Lancer Update

Coach Brian McCullough

Equal to the Task

McCullough ready to fill Buddy Bolding’s shoes as baseball coach

The 2014 softball team

Softball builds on Big South title with focus on pitching

Head women’s lacrosse coach Elaine Jones says her team is committed, excited and motivated.

5 questions for women’s lacrosse head coach Elaine Jones

Daeisha Brown ’16 averages more than 15 points per game for the Lancers.

Yin and Yang

Despite different personalities, Lancer sophomores mesh well on the court


New Blood

Gee’s first class of recruits creates optimistic outlook for men’s basketball in 2014-15


Golf alumna inducted into hall of fame

One of the most decorated Lancers has received yet another honor.

Amanda Steinhagen ’14 is planning to shoot her way onto the LPGA tour. Red Rocket Photos

Aiming High, Shooting Low

Golfer looks to capitalize on final season before turning professional

Alumni News

Wheeler Mall Fall

Gearing Up for Fall

12 classes, black alumni, Greek women to celebrate reunions in fall 2014

Longwood University Seal

Nominations sought for Alumni Awards

Cardinal Flower by Lucile Walton ’25, Collection of Mountain Lake Biological Station of the University of Virginia

Art exhibition to feature work of 1925 alumna

A Library of Virginia exhibition titled “Flora of Virginia” will feature the work of the late Lucile Walton ’25, a renowned watercolorist.


Show your Lancer pride with an alumni credit card


You never know where you’ll find Flat Elwood


Alumni Relations announces recipients of Legacy Scholarships, seeks nominations for 2014-15

Barbara Lenhardt ’08 runs two large gift stores at the Kennedy Center.

Performing Well

Alumna builds sales as director of retail operations at Kennedy Center

Wes Teets ’11 is an interpreter at the Virginia landmark Natural Bridge.


View Alumnus translates love of birding into dynamic tours


Class Notes

End Paper

Administrators and students say the pledge of allegiance on the opening day of the Prince Edward Free Schools, September 16, 1963. Photo donated by Corbis-Bettmann to the Moton Museum. Courtesy of the Moton Museum.

Bridging the Past

50 years after the Prince Edward County school closings, a generation whose lives were changed forever tell their stories to Longwood students