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Bibliography: Caryn Ross
Annotated Bibliography Abstract: The lives of many Americans were drastically changed during and after the desegregation of public schools. One prominent case that played a role in the integration of schools is known as Davis vs. Prince Edward County (Hale-Smith). This case originated in the small town of Farmville, Virginia at the local Robert Russa […]
New DVDs for December
We've reached the end of the semester and it's time for a break. New DVDs are just what you need, and we've got them for you.                                                           ... Continue reading →
Introduction
Hello my fellow Lancers! My name is Sherrell Ashburn and I am a senior Liberal Studies- Elementary Education major from Windsor, Va.  In my time at Longwood I have been a part of the color guard team, a Longwood Ambassadors, a resident assistant, and a RCL mentor,and a part of a social Greek sorority.  In ... Continue reading →
Introduction
Hello Longwood, Lizzie here! I am currently a junior pursuing a career in English with a concentration in Secondary Education. During my time at Longwood, I have had the privilege of being part of its Honors College, a peer mentor, Desk Aide, Desk Supervisor,  a member of one of its Alpha Chapter sororities, Sigma Sigma ... Continue reading →
Getting off to a good start.
Hello there fellow lancers and college students! I am Chris Sell and am very excited to begin this course.  The course English 400, requires us to create a blog and periodically update it with various information. The goal of my blog is to showcase my work specifically on the topic of School Lunches. First of ... Continue reading →
Virginia Counselor Association Conference 2014
This past November I was able to attend the Virginia Counselor Association Conference held in Colonial Williamsburg from the 20-22.  This conference held some amazing sessions that I appreciated because we had the chance to learn from people in the field with different views and experiences.  The keynote speaker James Lloyd, did a phenomenal job ... Continue reading →