On February 24, Russian troops stormed across their western border and invaded Ukraine. This act of aggression by Russia has been widely condemned by the international community, especially the member nations of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
Two weeks ago, students received a timely warning email regarding an off-campus incident of sexual assault. It was confirmed that the victim and the assailant knew each other, but LUPD has said that no other case specific details can be provided at this time, since it is an ongoing investigation.
On November 2, voters all across the Commonwealth headed to the polls to decide who they wanted Virginia’s next governor, lieutenant governor, and attorney general to be. They also voted on a number of House of Delegates races. The results were a clean sweep for the Republican Party. In the …
On October 5, 2016, the 2016 Vice Presidential Debate was held right here at Longwood between Senator Tim Kaine, running mate to democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, and Governor Mike Pence, running mate to republican candidate Donald Trump. The two met up and a spirited debate ensued right…
The College Democrats of Longwood University held a voter registration drive on Tuesday, October 12, 2021 on Stubbs Lawn from 11AM to 2PM to encourage fellow Lancers to register. This was the last day that people could register to vote in the state of Virginia.
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Quincey Urban, a sophomore Cormier Honors scholar at Longwood University, was chosen by the Student Government Association as November’s academic student of the month. Urban is double majoring in anthropology and archaeology and communication studies with a concentration in digital media and…
In this week’s Student Government Association (SGA) meeting, Associate Vice President for Wellness and Auxiliary Services Matt McGregor came to speak about coronavirus updates and how it impacts campus.
In this week’s Student Government Association (SGA) meeting, Vice President for Administration and Finance Louise Waller came to senate to give updates on the announcement of the closing of Longwood Village.