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From The President

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Books by Alumni, Faculty, Staff & Friends

Your Letters


A Moving Museum

Nancy Stout Pyle ’72


Life Lessons

Emilie Friend Swearingen ’68


Overlooked Civil Rights Hero

Patricia Elizabeth Clifton Harwood ’67

On Point


Anthropology professor receives honor from Board of Visitors


WMLU wins top prize for sports coverage


Two alumni appointed by governor to new Virginia SOL committee


65 graduate students travel to conferences


Info systems students benefit from relationship with top grad program

Stack of black  books isolated on the white background.

Master’s degree in reading launched in fall semester


People in their 70s twice as likely to own guns as those in their 20s

Alumni News Scarf Mt. Everest Photo

Where in the World is the Longwood Scarf? In Nepal.

Homework seems to work better when the focus is shifted away from grades and toward
re-engaging students with the work.

The ‘Magic Sauce’

Professor says holding off on grading homework makes it more effective

Rachel Talent Ivers

Connecting the Dots

New LCVA director’s plans include student advisory group and a more dynamic Main Street presence

Bobbie Daniels, of Bedford

Luck of the Draw

High-school student wins VIP trip to campus in Facebook sweepstakes

Anjanette Turner plans to graduate in May 2015.

Dream School

Program in Martinsville helps nontraditional students earn teaching degrees



Isolated hands

Care Package

$30,000 gift establishes research program focused on dementia patients

Recently elected Board of Visitors Rector Colleen McCrink Margiloff ’97, speaking at Convocation in 2012

New Leaders

Full slate of alumni elected to leadership positions on Board of Visitors; campus mourns loss of Jane Maddux

President W. Taylor Reveley IV with Joy Cabarrus Speakes (right), a member of the Moton Museum
Board of Trustees, and Dorothy Holcomb, chair of the Moton Council, the museum’s local advisory,
outreach and volunteer management arm. Holcomb was a student when the Prince Edward County
schools were closed from 1959-64. Speakes was one of the student strikers at Moton High School
in 1951 as well as a plaintiff in the landmark case Brown v. County School Board.

A Common Cause

Longwood, Moton Museum announce intention to explore affiliation

Lancer Update

Kelly Fay ’15

Field hockey program joins Mid-American Conference

Mike Durr ’16

Men’s soccer carries momentum into 2014 season

Megan Baltzell ’15

40 wins, player honors mark 2014 softball season

Russell Reed ’16 was captain of the men’s squad in 2013-14 and helped with planning
the Sept. 19 Longwood Invitational.

On Familiar Ground

Home meet for cross country is first in 7 years

Devin Pierce

Rookie of the Year

First season as high-school soccer coach, math teacher yields success for former Longwood player

Baseball Coach Ryan Mau

A Good Catch

New baseball coach was successful recruiter at Naval Academy

Lancer Benefit Auction 2012 No.1

Repeat Performance

Longwood Athletics Benefit Celebration is back in October and better than ever

Alumni News

Alumni Mike Porter

Marathon Men

Laura Simon Espinalt ’10

Going Places

Alumna pursues her goals from London to Catalonia


Maugans Alumni Center to open in spring 2015


Back to Campus

Black alumni, 2000s grads make plans for reunions


Seeing is Believing

Stubbs open house Oct. 18 shows off .3 million renovation

Cory Nichols ’08, MBA ’10

Meet and Repeat

Alumnus proves the value of networking


Class Notes

Capt. Patrick Richard ’03 is a pilot in Marine Helicopter Squadron One, which provides transportation for President Barack Obama.

The President’s Ride

Alumnus chosen for elite helicopter pilot assignment

Wrapped Christmas Gifts

Giving Big

Alumna starts tidal wave of holiday cheer that has spread from Virginia to New York and Florida

End Paper


Repairing our Ethics DNA

Business school commits to educating values-based leaders from elementary school to MBA program