Black History Month

Kickoff to Black History Month

Kean University has a powerful start to Black History Month

Every February, the United States of America celebrates Black History Month to remember both the past and present struggles and accomplishments of the African American community. On Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018 Kean University started the commemoration with a flag raising ceremony by the Pan-African Student Union (along with the Office of Africana Studies's Director James Conyers, Ph.D.) and later the Black History Month Kickoff event hosted by the Office of Student Government's PULSE.

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Black History Month

Keeping The Dream Alive: MLK Week of Service 2018

A week set to commemorate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King will begin Thursday, Feb. 15

Starting on Thursday, Feb. 15, The Martin Luther King (MLK) Week of Service will have its official kickoff, commemorating the life and times of the civil rights activist. During the week of service, the opportunity to serve the community around Kean students will not be just for Black History Month, but it will be for the satisfaction of helping others who need the support.

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Campus Life

A New Home For Future Cougars!

The new Child Care and Development Center opens!

Monday, Feb. 12, the new Child Care and Development Center had a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open its new location. The Child Care and Development Center has gone through many changes over the past few months with the moving of it to Downs Hall, but it has found its new home.

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Hack a Network, Grow a Network

Join the Association for Computing Machinery Today!

Technology is of the essence for human evolution. So be part of the change and join Association of Computing Machinery today! 

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