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
Longwood receives generous support from Parents Council
Longwood is launching an online MBA in real estate.
Two authors will speak on campus this spring in the Longwood Leadership Forum.
Sen. Mark Warner taps technology for class visit
Despite criticism and doubt, study shows Social Security maintains high level of support
Study looks at how grown children might react to finding out a parent is gay
Research sheds light on which factors actually predict SOL pass rates
Great teachers are made, not born, says researcher
Climate-change research focuses on the role of lakes and ponds in processing carbon
McCullough ready to fill Buddy Bolding’s shoes as baseball coach
Despite different personalities, Lancer sophomores mesh well on the court
Gee’s first class of recruits creates optimistic outlook for men’s basketball in 2014-15
One of the most decorated Lancers has received yet another honor.
Golfer looks to capitalize on final season before turning professional
12 classes, black alumni, Greek women to celebrate reunions in fall 2014
A Library of Virginia exhibition titled “Flora of Virginia” will feature the work of the late Lucile Walton ’25, a renowned watercolorist.
Alumna builds sales as director of retail operations at Kennedy Center
View Alumnus translates love of birding into dynamic tours
50 years after the Prince Edward County school closings, a generation whose lives were changed forever tell their stories to Longwood students