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.
The “Banned Books Week” is an annual event that celebrates the freedom to read. It highlights historical and present attempts to ban books. The American Library Association (ALA) launched this event in the 1980s.
Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) cadets visited Fort Lee to conduct annual land navigation training. This event tests cadet’s ability to find points in the woods using only a map, compass, and protractor. They must demonstrate proficiency during day and night conditions.
Liz Garri, a Cormier Honors scholar, is a Communication Sciences and Disorders major with a minor in Children’s Literature at Longwood University. She was recently chosen to serve as the National Student Speech, Language, and Hearing Association’s Virginia Student State Officer for the 2021-…
It was a hot Friday afternoon in August, students were lined up all around the perimeter of Stubbs Lawn, waiting for their wristbands that they would trade for scarves following the timeless Longwood tradition known as the greatest athletic march ever, or the G.A.M.E. for short. That is, of …
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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.
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.