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Lyndon Clubs

American Meteorological Society/National Weather Association (AMS/NWA)

NVU-Lyndon’s chapter of AMS/NWA encourages fellowship among members, stimulates awareness and interest in meteorology and activities, and shares of knowledge of the science of meteorology. This club often brings speakers to campus and manages the Northeaster Storm Conference, a national meteorology conference attended by meteorologists and students across New England.

Model UN

The Model UN club participates every year in the Harvard National Model United Nations conference in Boston. They apply for a country to represent on various committees that are simulations of the UN. On campus, they’re hoping to promote discussion through a series of forum-style “talks” this semester.

Music and Entertainment Industry Students Association (MEISA)

MEISA is the National Music and Entertainment Industry Students Association. Their goal is to provide a marketplace for ideas, strategies, and original concepts in education to meet the professional challenges of the music industry in the 21st century. Additionally, the club strives to advance the students’ knowledge, experience, and skills, in furtherance of career goals in the music industry.

Sports Medicine Club

The Sports Medicine Club brings together members of the NVU-Lyndon community that have a shared interest in sports medicine and exercise science.

Sports Management Club

The Sports Management Club enables students with an interest in sports management to gain real-world experience in the industry. Past events include volunteering at sporting events, planning tournaments and intramural leagues, and attending the annual Sports and Entertainment Career Fair at Fenway Park.

Student Investment Group

The Student Investment Group is open to any student interested in investing money and with an interest in the business world. This group is tied closely to the Business Department at NVU.

Twilight Players

This group is dedicated to the performing and interpretive arts. The Twilight Players has created an environment in which these arts can be enjoyed through a variety of media and community service projects. The Twilight Players is one of Lyndon’s oldest student groups. They typically produce two shows a year for the NVU-Lyndon and surrounding communities and organize impromptu nights in which any member of the community can participate.

Peer Leaders

Peer Leaders are successful and dedicated upper-class students who have proven themselves as leaders in and outside of the classroom at Lyndon. They provide outstanding student models for new students, as well as serving as mentors and as a bridge between new students and instructors. Without question, they are truly one of NVU-Lyndon’s most valuable resources.

Student Ambassadors

Student Ambassadors are student leaders that are a vital part of interacting with prospective students and their families the moment they step foot on campus. They provide our visitors with a full campus tour, which informs our visitors of our degree programs, campus life, housing, resources and most importantly, the Lyndon experience. Additionally, they are the backbone of our admissions events and make a truly memorable and impressionable campus visit for all our visitors.

Resident Assistants

The Resident Assistant (RA) is a unique, live-in student leadership position in the Department of Student Life and is an important member of the Residence Life team. The primary responsibility of the RA is to help residents have a positive residence hall experience at NVU. Generally, the RA is an undergraduate student who works with a group of approximately 35 residents and has numerous leadership roles including community builder, teacher, programmer, resource informant, and role model.

Lyndon Ski and Ride

The Lyndon Ski and Ride club was established to provide students the opportunity to progress as a skier or snowboarder through utilizing on-campus features and by traveling to various mountains. The club allows students to connect with other students who have a passion for skiing and riding, and promotes the ski and ride lifestyle. Lyndon Ski & Ride Club is responsible for numerous ski and snowboard movie premieres, the construction of on-campus features, as well as creating and competing in events at the local and collegiate levels.

Outing Club

This group provides quality outdoor activities and expeditions for the Lyndon community and alumni and promotes good fellowship among members. It allows for people to enhance their leadership and outdoor skills. This club organizes Ski Burke Day which allows students to ski or ride at Burke Mountain for a minimal cost and works with students on a weekly basis at Lyndon’s new rock wall along with various outdoor adventure trips throughout New England.

Rugby Club

This club sport trains and participates in the sport of Rugby at the intercollegiate level in the New England area. Home games are played on the College Rugby Field. The Rugby team also typically hosts the Snow Bowl in March.

Ultimate Frisbee Club

Frisbee enthusiasts of any skill level are invited to join the Ultimate Frisbee Club. The team plays and practices on campus and often competes against other universities around New England

News7

News7 is Northern Vermont University-Lyndon’s on-campus news studio where digital communications majors work to hone their craft. While in the studio, students produce real news stories for real audiences around the region.

This incubator of professional learning gives our students career-ready experiences as they develop skills in news gathering, writing, and broadcasting for local and online viewers. News7 is one of only thirty campus-based live and daily broadcasts in the U.S., which gives our students a leg up when they graduate.

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The Critic

The Critic is a news outlet dedicated to serving the NVU-Lyndon community by providing quality journalistic and editorial content through various platforms. The Critic Staff delivers a range of opinions while keeping a high standard of journalistic integrity and self-respect. Any students interested in media, news, or digital communciations are welcome to join!

Society of Professional Journalism (SPJ)/Alliance for Women in Media (AWM)

The Society of Professional Journalists and Alliance for Women in Media are student chapters of the national organizations that seek to inspire individuals to become dedicated journalists and teach them about the field. Students who are majoring in a media-related field or are in one of the campus media clubs such as The Critic or WWLR can join. Chapter projects include annual conferences, fund raisers for award submissions, bringing speakers to campus, organizing trips to radio and television stations.

WWLR Radio Station

WWLR, 91.5 FM, is a completely student-run club, and is a member of NVU-Lyndon’s Student Government Association.

Broadcasting from the top of Vail Hill near the President’s House, with an output of 3,000 watts, WWLR is a freeform community radio station. Faculty, staff, and students can play whatever music they choose. From hip-hop to metal, from reggae to rock, country to contemporary, WWLR has it all.

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A Cappella Club – Kingdom Crescendos

This club is for students who are interested in a cappella music and is open to those of all skill levels. Join fellow Lyndon students to practice various types of music, put on concerts, and share the love of a cappella!

Cultural Ambassador Society (CAS)

The NVU Cultural Ambassador Society increases cultural intelligence and promotes intercultural friendship and cooperation on campus.

Dance Ensemble

The NVU Lyndon Dance Ensemble aims to include dancers of varying experience in recitals and performances that present our artistic capabilities.

Genealogy Club

Explore your family history as a member of the Genealogy Club. The club provides resources for students to research their family’s past while learning more about themselves.

Lyndon Gaming Community (LGC)

The Lyndon Gaming Community provides students, faculty, and staff of Lyndon an opportunity to interact with one another in a social setting pertaining to computer gaming. This club provides the members a fun stress reliever.

Lyndon HEIM

LyndenĦeim (or Lyndon LARPing club) brings your favorite gaming roles to life. LARPing is a type of live role game (ex. Dungeons & Dragons) in which players physically act out their characters, often using foam boffers to enact combat. The club aims to run all types of events that fall under this hobby for students who wish to participate — starting with weekly practices and working toward some full-fledged adventures.

A Society of Students in Service Together (ASSIST)

Lyndon’s community service club. ASSIST gets students involved in bettering the community with a focus on specific, service related issues.

Campus Activities Board (CAB)

CAB meets once a week and is all about bringing new, fun, and exciting events to campus. We are always looking for new members and fresh ideas. Our purpose is to provide entertainment for the student body. Events vary from homegrown to afternoon and live events. Visit http://www.LyndonCAB.com to check out upcoming events.

NVUnity

NVUnity spreads awareness about LGBTGIA+ issues both in and around the Lyndon and Johnson campus communities. Their goal is to provide a safe and open environment for everyone regarding sexual orientation, gender, identity, or gender expression.

Student Government Association (SGA)

Want your voice heard? Attend an SGA meeting and share your comments, questions, or concerns with the rest of the student body. SGA promotes the educational, social, and general welfare of the students at Lyndon and anticipates and stimulates the interests of the students through the use of student run clubs and activities. Visit their website for more information.

Veterans Club

This club is open to any veterans of foreign wars, those who have completed domestic service, and anyone who supports those serving in the armed forces. It is a way for veterans to get connected to the resources available to them, share information, and become integrated into the social life on campus.