• Longwood archaeology students get real-world experience in project close to home Ashton Chandler '18 and Jessica Keaton '17 uncover the foundation of the Richardson House, which stood where the new admissions building will be built.

    When Longwood University’s new admissions building is built, a group of archaeology students will know the site’s history better than anyone. An advanced archaeology class is researching three houses that formerly stood on the site, which is across High Street

  • Longwood Theatre to present The Cover of Life, Nov. 9-13 Baylee Holloran '17 (from left), Mary Jo Corley '19 and Brianna LaFratta '20 appear in the upcoming production of "The Cover of Life."

    Longwood University Theatre’s production of The Cover of Life by R.T. Robinson will be presented Nov. 9-13 in the Mainstage Auditorium of the Center for Communication Studies and Theatre. Performances will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday, with Saturday and Sunday

  • Longwood Wind Symphony to perform free concert Nov. 3 The Longwood Wind Symphony will perform Nov. 3 in Jarman.

    The Longwood Wind Symphony will present a free concert Thursday, Nov. 3, at 7:30 p.m. in Longwood University’s Jarman Auditorium. The program will include works by Edoardo Boccalari, Vincent Persichetti, John Mackey, Warren Benson, Daniel Kallman and John Philip Sousa.

  • 4th Annual Digital Citizenship Week & Photo Contest front-of-quarter-sheet

    The 4th annual Digital Citizenship Week is planned for Monday, October 24th through Friday, October 28th. Intended to promote the “norms of appropriate responsible behavior with regard to technologies,” this event speaks to the Digital Education Collaborative‘s vision of serving as an agent for personal, professional,

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