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Citizen Leadership Institute builds a “philosophy of leadership”

This article originally appeared in The Rotunda on 2/17/2017. An archive is here. The Citizen Leadership Institute is one of Longwood University’s departments for fulfilling its goals of developing its students as citizen leaders. It is similar to many of the credited courses at Longwood, and has a similar classroom environment. Laura Parker is the assistant director… Continue reading Citizen Leadership Institute builds a “philosophy of leadership”

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New Brock Experience to send students to the border to see immigration in action

  This article was published in the Rotunda on 2/12/2018. An archive is here. Some of the latest changes to Longwood University are not in the physical construction of the campus, but the new potential courses that are being made available to students. The Brock Experiences program was started in 2016 as a way of making traveling… Continue reading New Brock Experience to send students to the border to see immigration in action

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Longwood University awards the 36th annual Dos Passos Prize for Literature

This article originally appeared in the Rotunda on 11/11/17. An archive is here. Fiction author Chang-rae Lee is already a recipient of numerous literary awards, and he can now add Longwood University’s own Dos Passos Prize for Literature to his list of accomplishments. Lee is the 36th author to receive this recognition, and it is the oldest national… Continue reading Longwood University awards the 36th annual Dos Passos Prize for Literature