A new office, a new SGA

Liberty’s Student Government Association celebrates relocation of club HQ The Student Government Association (SGA) moved from its closet-sized location in Green Hall to a spacious set of rooms on the third floor of the Montview Student Center Thursday, Sept. 8. The new location provides more space for official clubs to meet and organize events and for SGA to interact with […]

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Elephant in the room

LU College Republicans and other clubs prepare for the upcoming election With 59 days until the presidential election and 450 days since Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president, Jonah Athey sat in a coffee shop with his fingers crossed on the table and discussed his views on politics with an unwavering tone of optimism. The Republican […]

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Clubs prepare for elections

Liberty students become informed on the direct impact young adult voters can have With the presidential election just around the corner, Liberty University’s clubs and students are gearing up to make this election count not only for campus but for the Lynchburg community. “We as an institution do a great job by pushing (people) to vote and having the ability […]

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Responding to questions

Dean of Students Office holds town hall meeting to address students’ concerns As the 2015-2016 school year draws to a close, the Dean of Students Office held a Q&A panel discussion for students to voice their ideas for the upcoming year. The Dean of Students Office panel discussion Tuesday, April 5 gave students the opportunity to voice their opinions and […]

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Town Hall Meeting

The Dean of Students Office will be holding a town hall meeting Tuesday, April 5 to give students a chance to have their voices heard about ways to make Liberty a better place. Dean of Students Robert Mullen said there would be a panel of representatives from different departments around Liberty. Those represented will include the Office of Spiritual Development, […]

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‘Jack and Luke with you’

Students elect the 2016-2017 student body president and vice president Current Vice President of Liberty University’s Student Government Association (SGA) Jack Heaphy and his running mate, Luke Welgoss, won by more than 1,400 votes in the 2016-2017 SGA election Friday, April 1. Overall, more than 3,500 students voted. Last year, only 2,900 voted, according to Jacob Broadway, chief justice of […]

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Liberty SGA readies for election

Candidates to compete for position of student body president for upcoming year The year 2016 has been, and will continue to be, full of elections. There will continue to be primaries and caucuses, with no election more important than the presidential election taking place in November. By the end of this year, U.S. citizens will have practically voted for everything, […]

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Leadership longevity

“Two-term” Quincy Thompson talks about his experience as SGA president Liberty University’s Student Body President, Quincy Thompson made school history last April after the rare occurance of becoming student body president for two consecutive terms. Thompson will enter his last semester in office in the spring, and with it, he offers Liberty’s campus another semester of change and growth. Thompson, […]

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Sharing ideas

Meeting allows students to have a voice Liberty University students had the chance to voice their opinions about on and off-campus concerns during a town hall meeting hosted by Liberty’s Dean of Students Robert Mullen Tuesday, Nov. 10 in DeMoss Hall. The meeting, which is held once a semester, served as a time for students to speak with administration from […]

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Connect and collaborate

Student Government Association alters to improve student representation Liberty’s Student Government Association (SGA) has made a few visible changes that will include implementing a new idea called huddles. Huddles will consist of the house of delegates and the senate meeting twice a semester at a joint session. “We want to make (meetings) more discussion based,” Student Body Vice President Jack […]

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Rock the block party

Student Activities hosts its annual event to kickstart the new school year Travel north down University Boulevard, and a heavy amount of construction on the LaHaye Ice Rink is generally the only reason to stop and stare. Saturday, Aug. 29 though, past the fences holding dozers and dirt, the LaHaye Student Union parking lot bustled with students instead of cars […]

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Quincy “Two-term” Thompson

Current SGA student body president re-elected, makes Liberty history Quincy Thompson made university history last week when he was elected as the first-ever two-term Student Government Association (SGA) president. Students voted to elect the new student body president and vice president in the 2015-2016 Liberty University SGA elections April 15. Thompson ran for re-election with former Junior Class President Jack […]

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Give back

Inaugural 5K provides for charities After many requests for Liberty University’s Student Activities (SA) to hold charity runs, a 5K to benefit seven charities will take place April 25 at 9 a.m. starting and ending at the Vines Center. “We frequently get requests to put races on for Student Government Association (SGA) clubs,” Yeoman said. “We could never support multiple […]

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Campaign raises awareness

Liberty’s The Last Well chapter brings attention to the lack of clean water in Liberia “How many lives do you want to transform?” This is the question that Daniel Ethridge, the 10 Campaign director, asked fellow students. The 10 Campaign was first envisioned last spring in a Liberty University classroom when Todd Phillips, founder and executive director of The Last […]

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SGA elections near

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 entire year,” Jacob Broadway, Student Government Association (SGA) general counsel, […]

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