Politics · published · Racism · school · Uncategorized

Moton Museum continues screening civil rights films

Last Friday, the Moton Museum held a screening of “All the Way,” an HBO movie depicting the first term of former President Lyndon B. Johnson (actor Bryan Cranston) after John F. Kennedy’s assassination. The movie focuses heavily on Johnson’s history with civil rights legislation and his complications with Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (actor Anthony Mackie).

entertainment · published · school · Uncategorized

Haunted Hospital raises hairs

This past Halloween weekend, Longwood’s Student Nursing Association (SNA) hosted their annual Haunted Hospital on the second floor of Stevens Hall. The hospital featured a dimly lit maze populated with nursing students and their victims. Some aspects left people who attended the maze with a chilling, goosebumps inducing, hair-raising experience.

entertainment · Music · published · school · Uncategorized

Lip Sync brings back the 90’s

Do you ever dance to throwback songs with friends for fun? Well, some dance to them for friendly competition. The annual Lip Sync hosted by Longwood University’s Greek life organizations was held on Nov. 9 in Jarman Auditorium. Lip Sync is a talent show where Longwood’s fraternities and sororities dance to a montage of different songs while mouthing the lyrics of each song.

entertainment · Theatre · Uncategorized

Waterworks Players mix comedy and sadness with “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike”

The local Waterworks Players theater company opened its performance of “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” on Friday, Oct. 14. The two and a half hour show follows the lives of two adult shut-in siblings, Vanya played as by Ed Kinman and Sonia played by Martha Womack.

history · published · school

Farmville’s historic landmarks for dummies

A guide for the rest of us! This article originally appeared in The Rotunda, archived here. Farmville, Va. is an area steeped in history, and this is best reflected in the myriad of landmarks around the area. From serving as a backdrop to the twilight of the Civil War to fostering a generation of activists demanding equal rights in education, Farmville has… Continue reading Farmville’s historic landmarks for dummies

ifc · school

Longwood fraternities hold IFC walk

This article originally appeared in The Rotunda (archived) Longwood’s fall InterFraternity Council, (IFC) walk was held Friday, Sept. 9. The walk displayed the seven recognized fraternities on campus as they accepted bids for new members. IFC is the umbrella organization on campus that is in charge of all the recognized fraternities. There are several fraternities that are… Continue reading Longwood fraternities hold IFC walk