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Thinking about a Longwood road trip? Consider Feb. 24-25
If you’re thinking about brightening up a winter weekend with a trip to Longwood, I have a suggestion: Feb. 24-25. Why? Friday evening: Free concert by the Richmond Symphony Saturday afternoon: Men’s basketball’s last home game of the season vs. UNC Asheville Saturday afternoon: Exhibition of paintings by nationally acclaimed folk artist Eldridge Bagley Of course, ... Continue reading →
A&P new tutoring hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:00 -6:00 p.m. ...
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AUDITIONS!  SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD
Next Wednesday, February 1st.  Wygal Auditorium.  6:00 PM – 8:30 PM (The Director of Crimes is willing to make arrangements for those in the cast of Crimes to be able to audition for Songs) READ BELOW from, Musical Director, Dr. Chris Swanson for Audition Songs and other singing information! Sheet Music for each song is ... Continue reading →
Free safety training available to students
Because it's a top priority here at Longwood, we're always looking for ways to be proactive when it comes to your student's safety. An email went out to students today letting them know about a training opportunity where they can learn more about how to be safe in different situations. This free Code Red training ... Continue reading →
CSDS430
I chose to enhance one of my major classes- CSDS430: Language and Literacy. This class was all about the importance of literacy in children's linguistic development, and all that goes into learning to read, speak, and/or communicate. I enjoyed this class especially because I have an interest in literacy specialization as a potential career path, ... Continue reading →
Sociology Class Reflections
In my Stress and Crisis in the family class we reflected on how Incarceration can affect family stress discussing criminal justice and family institutions. In this reflection I discussed how incarceration contributes to a lot of stress such as disenfranchised grief, that incarceration is basically an ambiguous loss of a family member, and the stress ... Continue reading →