Presentation on the “Longwood Revolution of 76″

On April 5 the library will sponsor its premiere event in a series of ongoing lectures related to the Greenwood Library’s archival and special collections. This first event will feature Dr. James Jordan, professor of Anthropology at Longwood University. Dr. Jordan will speak in the Library Atrium at 3:30 p.m. on a topic that relates to the history of the University — “The Longwood Revolution of 76: The History of the Male Student at Longwood.” Following this presentation, refreshments will be served outside the Special Collections Room on the second floor which will be open for all to visit. This will be an opportunity for you to learn more about the history of Longwood and to visit the Greenwood Library’s new Special Collections Room.