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Trailer Breakdowns - Avengers: Age of Ultron
WARNING: TRAILER SPOILERS AHEAD First of all, let me just say: this was probably Marvel's best teaser yet. The Ultron reveal, Captain America's shattered shield, Tony suiting up in the Hulkbuster armor - everything was amazingly well done (the warped "I've Got No Strings" from Pinocchio was also an excellent addition, providing just the right ... Continue reading →
Chuck Ross Delivers Keynote
Dr. Chuck Ross, Professor of Physics, delivered the keynote address at the University of Mississippi’s Conference on the Civil War on October 10. Dr. Ross’s presentation was “Black Powder and the Cannon’s Roar: Science and Technology in the American Civil War”.
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20 Clubs/Orgs at Longwood You May Not Know About
With 200 clubs and organizations at Longwood University, students can become as involved as they want to be.  There's really something for everyone, and we're not just saying that... Feeling sporty? Just a few ways to indulge your love of competing or simply keep fit. Equestrian Team Join riding classes based on Hunter Seat Equitation that are open to anyone who is interested. ... Continue reading →
Third NSSLHA Meeting Today
Don't Forget! Today, October 23, we will be having our third NSSLHA meeting of Fall 2014 in classroom 112 at Longwood Speech, Hearing, and Language Services at 3:30 pm. If you ordered a t-shirt, they will be available for pickup after the meeting. The t-shirts are $14. You can also still pay your dues for ... Continue reading →
Post #8: Proposing an Intervention
Due by class 10/28 Based on our in-class discussions and writings about others' interventional activities, we will now try shifting from being a critic to being an intervener. Arts, culture, economy, environment, health, language, literature, race and ethnicity, religion, science, technology, and so on... Do some personal freewriting to think about a situation related to ... Continue reading →
#TechTipThursday: Password Protection for your Word Documents
There is no doubt that in today’s world security is plays a regular part in our day-to-day lives and digital security is no exception. For this week's #TechTipThursday, we'll review how you can protect a Microsoft Word document with a password. Apple machines: Open the document you would like to protect with a password. Click on ... Continue reading →
Chelsea Carroll - Counseling Education/ Mental Health Counseling
Chelsea Carroll, a graduate student pursing a degree in Counselor Education/Mental Health Counseling, juggles many different organizations and is actively involved on Longwood’s campus. Chelsea is a current member of the Student Government Association, a member of Conduct Board, the President of the Graduate Student Advisory Council, a Student Representative for the Board of Visitors, ... Continue reading →