Sunday, February 10, 2019 - Saturday, February 16, 2019

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"If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball." Patches O'Houlihan (Dodgeball)
Event Time
11:57AM
Location
Health and Fitness Center
Event Time
12:00PM
Location
Lancer Park Turf Field
For the month of February, Communication Sciences and Disorders and Social Work will be collecting items for Elwood's Cabinet. You can donate items and drop them off in Hull, Social Work Suite or at the Speech, Hearing, Learning Services Center, located at 315. West Third St. You will see a tub with the Elwood's Cabinet Logo! Elwood's cabinet is an emergency food pantry that aims to ease the issue of food insecurity by providing a supplementary food source for students. Did you know a surprising number of students live at or near the poverty level? For students who are not living with relatives or on campus the poverty rate is nearly 52%. One common consequence of poverty is food insecurity- the lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food.
Event Time
3:34PM
Location
Collecting goods in Hull and at SHLS
Free movie and popcorn!
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Upchurch University Center Soza Ballroom
All students in good standing in the Cormier Honors College are invited to attend HSA general body meetings.
Event Time
9:00PM
Location
Wheeler Classroom
Learn about the Longwood@Yellowstone program. Open to Students of all majors!
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Chichester G04
For the month of February, Communication Sciences and Disorders and Social Work will be collecting items for Elwood's Cabinet. You can donate items and drop them off in Hull, Social Work Suite or at the Speech, Hearing, Learning Services Center, located at 315. West Third St. You will see a tub with the Elwood's Cabinet Logo! Elwood's cabinet is an emergency food pantry that aims to ease the issue of food insecurity by providing a supplementary food source for students. Did you know a surprising number of students live at or near the poverty level? For students who are not living with relatives or on campus the poverty rate is nearly 52%. One common consequence of poverty is food insecurity- the lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food.
Event Time
3:34PM
Location
Collecting goods in Hull and at SHLS
Designed for a broad audience, Longwood's Mathematics and Computer Science Colloquium is an interesting and varied series exploring ideas, developments, and careers in the fields of mathematics, computer science, and mathematics education. Unless otherwise indicated, presentations are in Ruffner 356, beginning at 4 p.m., and lasting about an hour.
Event Time
3:30PM
Location
Ruffner 356
For the month of February, Communication Sciences and Disorders and Social Work will be collecting items for Elwood's Cabinet. You can donate items and drop them off in Hull, Social Work Suite or at the Speech, Hearing, Learning Services Center, located at 315. West Third St. You will see a tub with the Elwood's Cabinet Logo! Elwood's cabinet is an emergency food pantry that aims to ease the issue of food insecurity by providing a supplementary food source for students. Did you know a surprising number of students live at or near the poverty level? For students who are not living with relatives or on campus the poverty rate is nearly 52%. One common consequence of poverty is food insecurity- the lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food.
Event Time
3:34PM
Location
Collecting goods in Hull and at SHLS
SGA hosts Budget Information Sessions for Student Organization Leadership
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Upchurch University Center Wilson Chamber (300)
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Upchurch University Center Student Involvement Center (305)
Learn about the Longwood@Yellowstone program. Open to Students of all majors!
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Chichester G04
Event Time
12:00PM
Location
Maugans Alumni Center Powell Conference Room
For the month of February, Communication Sciences and Disorders and Social Work will be collecting items for Elwood's Cabinet. You can donate items and drop them off in Hull, Social Work Suite or at the Speech, Hearing, Learning Services Center, located at 315. West Third St. You will see a tub with the Elwood's Cabinet Logo! Elwood's cabinet is an emergency food pantry that aims to ease the issue of food insecurity by providing a supplementary food source for students. Did you know a surprising number of students live at or near the poverty level? For students who are not living with relatives or on campus the poverty rate is nearly 52%. One common consequence of poverty is food insecurity- the lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food.
Event Time
3:34PM
Location
Collecting goods in Hull and at SHLS
Explore how important music is to leadership development.
Event Time
6:00PM
Location
Upchurch University Center Simpson Room (313)
See who we'll crown as the next “Mr. Longwood”!
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Jarman Auditorium
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Upchurch University Center Simpson Room (313)
SGA hosts Budget Information Sessions for Student Organization Leadership
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
Upchurch University Center Wilson Chamber (300)
For the month of February, Communication Sciences and Disorders and Social Work will be collecting items for Elwood's Cabinet. You can donate items and drop them off in Hull, Social Work Suite or at the Speech, Hearing, Learning Services Center, located at 315. West Third St. You will see a tub with the Elwood's Cabinet Logo! Elwood's cabinet is an emergency food pantry that aims to ease the issue of food insecurity by providing a supplementary food source for students. Did you know a surprising number of students live at or near the poverty level? For students who are not living with relatives or on campus the poverty rate is nearly 52%. One common consequence of poverty is food insecurity- the lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food.
Event Time
3:34PM
Location
Collecting goods in Hull and at SHLS
A series of weekend events around and including the play Loving, by Peter Manos. This play tells the true story of Richard Loving, a white Virginia construction worker, and Mildred Jeter, an African American, who married in the 1950s. As a result of this couple, the ban on inter-racial marriage was deemed unconstitutional.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
R. R. Moton Museum
A series of weekend events around and including the play Loving, by Peter Manos. This play tells the true story of Richard Loving, a white Virginia construction worker, and Mildred Jeter, an African American, who married in the 1950s. As a result of this couple, the ban on inter-racial marriage was deemed unconstitutional.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
R. R. Moton Museum
For the month of February, Communication Sciences and Disorders and Social Work will be collecting items for Elwood's Cabinet. You can donate items and drop them off in Hull, Social Work Suite or at the Speech, Hearing, Learning Services Center, located at 315. West Third St. You will see a tub with the Elwood's Cabinet Logo! Elwood's cabinet is an emergency food pantry that aims to ease the issue of food insecurity by providing a supplementary food source for students. Did you know a surprising number of students live at or near the poverty level? For students who are not living with relatives or on campus the poverty rate is nearly 52%. One common consequence of poverty is food insecurity- the lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food.
Event Time
3:34PM
Location
Collecting goods in Hull and at SHLS
Event Time
4:30PM
Location
Health and Fitness Center
A series of weekend events around and including the play Loving, by Peter Manos. This play tells the true story of Richard Loving, a white Virginia construction worker, and Mildred Jeter, an African American, who married in the 1950s. As a result of this couple, the ban on inter-racial marriage was deemed unconstitutional.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
R. R. Moton Museum
A series of weekend events around and including the play Loving, by Peter Manos. This play tells the true story of Richard Loving, a white Virginia construction worker, and Mildred Jeter, an African American, who married in the 1950s. As a result of this couple, the ban on inter-racial marriage was deemed unconstitutional.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
R. R. Moton Museum
A series of weekend events around and including the play Loving, by Peter Manos. This play tells the true story of Richard Loving, a white Virginia construction worker, and Mildred Jeter, an African American, who married in the 1950s. As a result of this couple, the ban on inter-racial marriage was deemed unconstitutional.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
R. R. Moton Museum
A series of weekend events around and including the play Loving, by Peter Manos. This play tells the true story of Richard Loving, a white Virginia construction worker, and Mildred Jeter, an African American, who married in the 1950s. As a result of this couple, the ban on inter-racial marriage was deemed unconstitutional.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
R. R. Moton Museum
For the month of February, Communication Sciences and Disorders and Social Work will be collecting items for Elwood's Cabinet. You can donate items and drop them off in Hull, Social Work Suite or at the Speech, Hearing, Learning Services Center, located at 315. West Third St. You will see a tub with the Elwood's Cabinet Logo! Elwood's cabinet is an emergency food pantry that aims to ease the issue of food insecurity by providing a supplementary food source for students. Did you know a surprising number of students live at or near the poverty level? For students who are not living with relatives or on campus the poverty rate is nearly 52%. One common consequence of poverty is food insecurity- the lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food.
Event Time
3:34PM
Location
Collecting goods in Hull and at SHLS
A series of weekend events around and including the play Loving, by Peter Manos. This play tells the true story of Richard Loving, a white Virginia construction worker, and Mildred Jeter, an African American, who married in the 1950s. As a result of this couple, the ban on inter-racial marriage was deemed unconstitutional.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
R. R. Moton Museum
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