By Dylan Valic
As another school year begins, a new crop of students prepared to begin their college journey. These students, who all came from many different places and have many different goals, have one thing in common: they have entered LIU as the class of 2023.
Students who live on campus moved into the dorms on August 29, and they prepared to begin their first year of university life. “I’m really excited to study the thing that I love and focus on that, whereas [in]
As students settled into their new residence halls they also had a chance to explore the campus and all it has to offer. “I think the campus is really nice,” Ethan Sanft, a freshman childhood education major said. “Originally I wasn’t going to go local because I thought a lot of local schools had, a road going through them, but this campus feels really secluded and nice.”
Students who will be
The freshmen weren’t the only ones excited about moving in. RA’s greeted incoming students as they entered their dorms for the first time. “Being in a freshman dorm really brings it back home,” Vanessa Gardner, a senior photography major, said. “I literally just went upstairs and talked to a parent for a good five minutes about all my freshmen
The Alumni committee was also present to help students move in and get situated on campus. Sherlyn Ortiz-Suarez, a member of the Alumni committee, and a graduate of the class of
With the freshmen class now moved into their dorms and ready to begin their new