Matthew Dyer ’18 is crunching a dizzying amount of data this summer with the hope that his research could one day help in combatting lung cancer.
As school begins this year, from around the world each news story of alarm and chaos seems to outpace the next, now even here in Virginia.
At the Andy Taylor Center for Early Childhood Development, the classrooms have taken shape: fresh coats of paint are up on the walls and multicolored carpet is being laid on the floors.
What Barry Manchester ’19 and Kaitlyn Myers ’18 are doing this summer has been compared to studying recipes in a cookbook with 30,000 recipes.
Calling the operation “seamless,” the Secret Service recognized the Longwood Police Department with the highest and most exclusive honor given by the organization for its work on the 2016 U.S. Vice Presidential Debate.
In the early afternoon on Monday, Aug. 21, the skies will darken over Farmville and much of the rest of the United States as the moon moves in front of the sun for a rare solar eclipse.
John Brumfield’s notebook looks like some kind of movie prop: pages and pages filled with molecules drawn out in hexagons and lines, each carefully marked with individual atoms neatly labeled.
As Longwood and Farmville planners have been forging their common future, it's been on almost everyone's wish list: a boutique market, focused on selling fresh food, and situated within easy walking distance of campus and Main Street.
Music lovers in Southside Virginia are preparing for another spectacular fall performance lineup at Longwood University.
Black Lives Matter and Occupy Wall Street have used social media to engage people in their movements. Katie Kinsey ’18 is researching exactly how they have used it.