This was originally published in RVA Magazine on 5/23/17. An archive link is here. As students come back from college, summer is officially under way and the missed connections are piling up! Complete with monetized foot fascinations and the occasional furry, these missed connections are sure to set your curiosity ablaze. Chelsea FWB from a few years… Continue reading Best of RVA Missed Connections 5/16/17-5/23/17
This is a presentation that I gave at Longwood’s 2017 Student Presentation for Undergraduate Research, as part of COMM 345: Media Globalization.
This article originally appeared in the Rotunda. 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 survivors that are… Continue reading Richmond-based photographer pays tribute to Holocaust survivor
This article originally appeared in the Rotunda. 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 the work… Continue reading Bandfest, Spring Weekend performances: 10/10, would listen again
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.
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.
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.