ULSU President Daniel Wart could not however confirm nor deny whether students booed Speaker Tyler when he visited the university’s famous Palava Hut to interact with students. It was recently reported that Speaker Tyler’s engagement with the students was disrupted when protesting students from opposing campus-based parties booed and threw stones, disbursing the crowd that had gathered for the event. Other media report had it that as the Speaker mounted the podium under the Palava Hut and began the intellectual exchange with the students, missiles flew from all directions, sending the audience on its heels. But ULSU President said the students did not throw stones at Speaker Tyler. “I attended the program. In fact I made the welcome remark for the speaker, so I was present till the end of the program,” Woart added. Woart explained that some disenchanted students were at the scene chanting battle-cry on grounds that lawmakers have not done much to serve their people. Woart said: “We had overly disenchanted students who were talking about the plight of their education.” According to him, there was nothing that stands to prove that the speaker was under attack. Asked whether Speaker Tyler was directly booed by students, the ULSU President said “I heard noise, which is just the normal noise when people are emotionally charge about their plight. But the place became noisy after the program.’ House Speaker Alex Tyler was invited by the Intellectual Discourse Committee of ULSU to inform the students how the workings of the legislature have impacted the lives of Liberians when the alleged incident occurred.