SGA elections near

re-election — Quincy Thompson hopes to maintain his position. Photo credit: RJ Goodwin

Student government prepares for a new year Election day at Liberty is Wednesday, April 15. On this day, student voters will elect student body president (SBP) and student body vice president (SBVP) for the 2015-2016 academic year. “People will take their office at the end of this semester for the …

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Making a difference

Mr. President — Quincy Thompson serves as head of SGA.

Thompson leads student body through service Pastoral ministry student Quincy Thompson recently made Liberty University history. Elected in April 2014, Thompson is the first junior to ever serve as student body president for the Student Government Association (SGA). “(A junior being elected) hasn’t been done before,” Thompson said. “Normally the …

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Town hall confronts concerns

Dean of Students hosts speaker panel The Dean of Students Office invited students to voice their concerns and complaints at the biannual Town Hall meeting Wednesday, Feb. 25. This semester’s Town Hall meeting was in DeMoss Hall 1105, where an audience of students took the opportunity to ask a panel …

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SGA passes bill for semester

The Student Government Association (SGA) of Liberty University gathered for the first session of the new year Tuesday, Jan. 27 to discuss this semester’s upcoming events, fundraisers and other activities. After an hour and a half of announcements, questions and heated discussion, the Supplemental Appropriations Bill was passed. The Supplemental …

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Polls close

Council — New class officers prepare for the year.  Photo provided

SGA reveals election results A week of intense campaigning came to an end when Liberty University’s Student Government Association (SGA) announced the winners of the class officer election Friday, Sept 5. During the election week, the candidates were allowed to campaign by putting up posters, making announcements in residence halls …

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Fighting poverty

“Where will you sit?” This question was the slogan for the first Hunger Banquet hosted by the Student Government Association (SGA) at the Schilling Center Friday, Feb. 28 in order to raise awareness for poverty. When guests arrived at the banquet, they were each randomly given a ticket that placed …

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SGA holds club fair for students

JOIN — Tables line the DeMoss hallway promoting clubs. Courtney Russo

The Student Government Association helps to promote the 22 clubs that are currently available on campus A club fair held by the Student Government Association (SGA) began Monday, Feb. 24 and will continue through Tuesday, Feb. 25 in the back hallway of DeMoss Hall. This event was created to promote …

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Men’s class dress code changes

ATTIRE — Alex Argyropoulos enjoys being able to wear a collarless shirt. Photo credit: Ruth Bibby

President Falwell approves new policy allowing male students to wear T-shirts in academic buildings President Jerry Falwell, Jr. approved a change in the Liberty Way Thursday, Oct. 21, allowing male students to wear collarless shirts so long as they otherwise remain in the dress code. Dean of Students Keith Anderson …

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SGA holds elections


Students vote to select their future class presidents and vice presidents Liberty University held elections Sept. 6 to decide the Student Government Association (SGA) presidents and vice presidents of each class in preparation for the coming academic year. Campaigning officially began Sept. 2 and lasted the remainder of the week …

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SGA to hold Hall Senator elections this week

New system designed to better represent students “Leadership is servant-ship,” Student Body President Cody May said. One and a half years ago, a group of Student Government Association (SGA) leaders started reviewing Liberty University’s Constitution to better serve their fellow students. The group thought the Constitution needed revisions and updates …

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