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Two weeks ago, the country went to the polls to elect the entire House of Representatives, a third of the Senate, Governors, and many other state and local officials in the first midterm of the Biden Presidency. Here are some of the most notable results from November 8th:

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Rent in Farmville is not a concern for many of the college students at Longwood. The University’s policy of mandatory dorm stays until senior year is quite unusual but may save someone from the rental market around Farmville. 

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For decades, young people have remained the least likely among citizens to register and turn out to vote. According to the Census Bureau, only around 59.8% of those aged 18-24 were registered to vote, trailing every other age group by at least ten percent. Many have asked why this is, with r…

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The Longwood Company of Dancers (LXD), Longwood Company of Belly Dancers, and other on-campus performing arts organizations have been relocated from their rehearsal studio in Willett Hall in lieu of a new state-of-the-art basketball performance center.

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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…

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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.

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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.