The purpose of the Society shall be to encourage superior academic achievement among students in their first year in institutions of higher education, to promote intelligent living and a continued high standard of learning, and assist women and men in recognizing and developing meaningful goals for their roles in society. Students are inducted into this society after meeting GPA requirements their first semester at Lyndon. This group focuses on doing projects to improve their community.
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, manages a national meteorology conference, and organizes other Lyndon traditions such as the Winter Ball and an annual talent show. In addition, AMS/NWA and Sigma Zeta co-sponsor a science fair at Lyndon for local high school students.
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 committee that are simulations of the UN. On campus, they’re hoping to promote discussion through a series of forum-style “talks” this semester.
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. To advance the students’ knowledge, experience, and skills, in furtherance of career goals in the Music Industry.
This organization is focused on the enhancement of student’s education in the design profession. OTB provides educational opportunities to its members and creates various promotional materials for both the Lyndon and local communities. This organization also provides scholarships for outstanding graphic design through various design competitions.
This organization encourages and fosters the attainment of knowledge of natural sciences, mathematics, and computer sciences. The club also recognizes the attainment of high scholarship amongst its members. Sigma Zeta co-sponsors a science fair for local high school students with AMS/NWA and organizes various on-campus events for the Lyndon community.
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 Lyndon and surrounding communities and organize impromptu nights in which any member of the community can participate.