After 40 successful years, curtain to close on alumni director’s Longwood career
Longwood celebrates a range of alumni talents with annual awards
The story of how the largest collection of native virginia plants in the world came to reside in the basement of greenwood library is as priceless as the collection itself.
Sculptures honoring the Cunninghams will be displayed in new student, alumni centers
Poem Central: Word Journeys with Readers and Writers by Shirley Powell McPhillips ’62, Longwood alumna Stenhouse Publishers describes this book, which is primarily for educators in grades 5-12, as helping...
When I’m traveling around the Commonwealth and beyond, it always makes me smile to see a Longwood bumper sticker or someone wearing a Longwood sweatshirt. Our alumni know and celebrate...
About The Magazine Publisher Longwood University Foundation Inc. Bart Mitchell ’90, PresidentEditor Sabrina Brown Creative Director David Whaley Associate Editors Kent Booty, Matthew McWilliams Sports Editor Chris Cook Photographer Andrea...
Student’s work with marine sponges may yield better method of harvesting anti-cancer compounds
RN-to-BSN program helps nurses advance in their careers
Faculty member in new animation design major is on a first-name basis with SpongeBob, Stimpy and the Simpsons
A weekly Longwood podcast series that commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Civil War will end in April after 4-1/2 years and more than 200 episodes. The principals say they...
The Longwood University Police Department (LUPD) is ranked 16th in the nation among colleges and universities in the annual evaluation of the security industry by Security Magazine. Longwood is the...
When it comes to helping endangered species, invasive animals may not be all bad
New app eliminates the guesswork in a fun evening out
Expert says women should focus on exercise and a healthy lifestyle instead of weight loss in hips and thighs
Tips from a Longwood cyber security expert
Longwood provides region with first full-time service for patients with hearing disorders
Japanese-American novelist named recipient of 33rd Dos Passos Prize
Longwood’s family studies concentration in sociology is the only undergraduate program in Virginia to be approved as a Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) curriculum by the National Council on Family...
Longwood’s online MBA programs have been ranked among the best in the nation. The programs are ranked 78th nationally in U.S. News & World Report’s 2015 Best Online Graduate MBA...
It’s a statistic that may raise eyebrows: More than 80 percent of college students say they have been the targets of microaggression. From cringe-worthy comments on how articulate a black...
Longwood’s accreditation reaffirmed
Former baseball coach pens memoir of his nearly 40 years at Longwood
Goalkeeper just misses out on trip to U-20 World Cup
Megan Baltzell and Kyri Washington take aim at Main Street this spring
Longwood Athletics Benefit Celebration returns in 2015
Senior right-hander Aaron Myers ’15, a physics major from Newport News, was named Big South Conference Preseason Pitcher of the Year by the league’s head coaches. Myers is coming off...
More than 130 receive scholar-athlete recognition
1970s Sherry Tomlin Sandkam ’70 is associate dean of the Graduate School at Virginia Commonwealth University. 1980s Jan Hundley, M.S. ’08, is the author of three children’s books: Vali–A Special...
FBI job puts alumnus on the scene of terrorist attacks
Display in Maugans Alumni Center to include diplomas from 1885 to 2013
Alumna brings innovative ideas to Brooklyn community development corporation, NPR
1936 alumna reminisces about college days in video marking her 100th birthday
The Office of University Advancement has one new face and one familiar face in a new role. Katherine Buffey Bulifant ’13, M.S. ’14, assumed the new position of director of campus philanthropy...
In the Dominican Republic
If you graduated during the 2010s, mark your calendar for Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015. That’s the date for the Decade of the 2010s Reunion (the Classes of 2010-14), which will...
150 years after Lee’s surrender, some wounds of North-South conflict have not healed