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Richmond-based photographer pays tribute to Holocaust survivor

  This article originally appeared in the Rotunda on 4/16/17. An archive is here. Photos by Ann Polek, Photo Editor. LCVA began exhibiting work on Thursday. It has now been 72 years since the Auschwitz death camp was liberated by Allied forces, and Richmond-based photographer Dean Whitbeck is helping to tell the stories of some of the… Continue reading Richmond-based photographer pays tribute to Holocaust survivor

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Bandfest, Spring Weekend performances: 10/10, would listen again

This article originally appeared in the Rotunda on 4/9/17. An archive is here. Photos by Eva Wittkoski. Each year, Longwood University hosts Spring Weekend and Bandfest, two events that mostly focus on music. It also allows student organizations to promote themselves. Bandfest took place this past Friday and Spring Weekend was held on Saturday. Bandfest is… Continue reading Bandfest, Spring Weekend performances: 10/10, would listen again

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Come see the instruments, but do not feed

This article originally appeared in the Rotunda on 3/26/17. An archive is here. In correspondence with “Music in your Schools” month, Longwood University’s Gamma Kappa chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota has promoted the Prince Edward County school system’s music programs, working to raise money to support them. In their latest fundraiser, students could be introduced to clean… Continue reading Come see the instruments, but do not feed

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Humans of Longwood: Kristen Chesley

This article originally appeared in the Rotunda on 3/19/17. An archive is here. Kristen Chesley is a sophomore, majoring in elementary education at Longwood, and she prides herself on being involved in Big Siblings. Big Siblings is an student organization that helps underprivileged children in the Farmville area by matching them with a mentor, or “big sibling.”… Continue reading Humans of Longwood: Kristen Chesley

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Lancers love Longwood

This article originally appeared in the Rotunda 2/26/17. An archive is here. This past Tuesday, Feb. 21, was “Love Your Longwood Day,” an online 24-hour event designed to raise money for the university. Love Your Longwood Day is just one of a week-long series of fundraising events for Longwood from Feb. 21-28. “Love Your Longwood Day” featured… Continue reading Lancers love Longwood

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Race and politics take over Blackwell

This article originally appeared in the Rotunda on 2/19/17. An archive is here. Students attended Longwood’s annual Social Justice in Action Leadership Summit on Saturday The summit, centered around race and politics, hosted keynote speakers Erica Wallace of the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill and Ariel Cochrane-Brown of Georgia State University. Both are pursuing… Continue reading Race and politics take over Blackwell