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Longwood offering first full-time services for patients who are hard of hearing

At first it can almost seem humorous: Dad can’t hear very well, and mom just smiles and shakes her head resignedly. But that feeling can...
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Memorial service for Riley Cole

Please mark your calendars: There will be an on-campus memorial service for Riley Cole ’15 on Thursday, Jan. 29 at 5 p.m. in Jarman Auditorium....
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Longwood PD Officer Rick Atristain retiring

The Longwood University Police Department will honor the service of Officer Rick Atristain on Thursday, Dec. 18 at 4 p.m. at Longwood Landings. The veteran...
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Longwood’s accreditation reaffirmed

Capping a standard and thorough review of the entire institution, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has formally reaffirmed Longwood University’s...
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Master Plan community input meetings set for Wednesday

Longwood University will hold two public meetings to gather public comment and input on a new plan for the future of the campus. The Longwood...
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Technology exec to speak on Nov. 6

Technology executive Dr. Val Rahmani will speak Thursday, Nov. 6, at 7:30 p.m. in Longwood University’s Wygal Auditorium on “Leading in a Digital, Risky World.” Rahmani, a director of...
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Folk Art Society of America to transfer to Longwood

Longwood University is becoming home to an invaluable collection of academic materials in a burgeoning field of scholarly research: folk art. The Folk Art Society...
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Richmond Symphony Performing at Longwood University

Get your tickets now for Friday’s Richmond Symphony concert

Don’t miss the last opportunity this year to experience the Richmond Symphony at Longwood University. The RSO will appear Friday, Nov. 7, at 730 p.m....
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Guide to construction

Amidst the hum of construction, a new campus is taking shape. By now, we are all familiar with many of the construction projects under way...
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Longwood students to present on extinction

When John J. Audubon watched a migrating flock of passenger pigeons fly overhead in 1813, he wrote that the sky was “black with birds” for...
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