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New book shows medieval surgeons surprisingly skilled

Spring 2016

At the Battle of Shrewsbury in 1403, future King Henry V was shot in the face with an arrow that lodged six inches deep into the back of his skull….

The R.TuckerWinn ’48 Room, with its comfortable furnishings and widescreen television, provides a space where alumni visiting campus can relax, have a cup of coffee or even pull out their laptop and get a little work done. Winn was a successful independent college admissions counselor.

Center of Attention

Fall 2015

The new Maugans Alumni Center is infused with the spirit of Longwood

Collage of ideas Illustration by Martha Rich

One True Thing

Fall 2015

Longwood commits to undergraduate research as an essential part of a transformative college educatio

Rachel Pata ’18 and Barrett Nicks ’16 scan the Chesapeake Bay from the Tangier Island ferry.

The Force of Nature

Fall 2015

Summer program opens future teachers’ eyes to environmental issues in the Chesapeake Bay

Andrew Snead ’11, assistant director of the Powhatan High School marching band, provides last-minute instruction to students before their halftime performance.

They’ve Got BRASS

Fall 2015

(percussion and woodwinds, too)

Robert E. Lee

Sincerely, R.E.Lee

Fall 2015

Rare letters from before and after Civil War found in library archives

Twin Passions

Fall 2015

Gift of more than $1 million endows two scholarships—one for men’s basketball, one for future teachers

A Tale of Two Lancers

Fall 2014

A journey of triumphs and challenges brings standout duo of basketball recruits to Longwood

A Long Run

Spring 2015

After 40 successful years, curtain to close on alumni director’s Longwood career

Words to the Wise

Summer 2015

Commencement is full of humor, advice, White House anecdotes