A staple of liberal arts curricula across the world, Latin provides not only a deeper understanding of the English language, but a rigorous addition to the course catalogue for students who studied it in high school to continue at Longwood and complete the language requirement for graduation.
Gov. Ralph Northam, the 73rd governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, will address Longwood University graduates as the 2018 commencement speaker.
Susan Glasser, Politico’s chief international affairs columnist and host of the Global Politico podcast, will speak April 3 at 7 p.m. in Longwood University’s Wygal Hall on “Covering Washington in ‘post-truth’ America: A report from the front lines of the Trump era.”
Longwood senior Praise Nyambiya ’18 described his recent service on the Governor’s Millennial Civic Engagement Task Force as a “life-changing experience.”
Faculty and students in the Longwood University College of Business and Economics are partnering with the Farmville Library Free Tax Service to offer free tax-return preparation for anyone whose annual income is less than $54,000.
A cruise ship performer, a Moscow-based diplomat and a Cyclocross champion walk into a… podcast? No, it’s not a joke. It’s Season Two of the Day After Graduation podcast, which launched this week.
The College of Business and Economics at Longwood University recently extended its accreditation from the most prestigious accrediting agency for schools of business around the world.
The Longwood University Camerata and Chamber singers have been selected to join the Richmond Symphony in early February for a special concert honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Longwood’s spring concert calendar will once again crescendo to a performance by the Richmond Symphony Orchestra, which will return to campus in April to perform for the seventh year in a row.
A.D. Carson, the UVA professor of hip-hop who first rose to fame for his doctoral dissertation that took the form of a 34-track rap album, will bring his performance art and perspective to Longwood this January as the apex of a week of activities celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The second half of the 2017-18 Longwood theatre season will be punctuated by a lot of laughs and familiar pop music from the Beatles to the Bangles era.