Powering Up with Playa Power Bowls

Students learned ways to cope with daily stress while enjoying Playa Bowls

 On Thursday, November 16, Destress Fest hosted by the Student Government Association of Kean University, took place at the Miron Student Center in the Greek Lounge. From 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., students learned about ways to ease stress from midterms and other educational commitments while enjoying free Playa Bowls. Carli Hench, a licensed clinical social worker, owner of Center for Clarity and Consciousness LLC, and full-time therapist, led the event and informed students about the senses and how they contribute to our feelings. During the event, participants made their own sensory boxes filled with objects that stimulate the senses and initiate pleasurable sensory experiences.  

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Students at Kean share their favorite dining spots

Kean University provides multiple dining options for students on campus and students share their favorite dining spots on campus.

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Annual Food Bank Luncheon: A Season of Giving

Kean University Community come together to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal and donate to those in need.

On Tuesday, November 14, Kean University’s Annual Food Bank Luncheon was held in the Cougar’s Den of the Miron Student Center. From 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., students, faculty, staff, and alumni were able to enjoy delicious food and support a great cause. The event was hosted by the Office of Student Government, the Student Government Association of Kean University, and the Graduate Student Government of Kean University. Participants were encouraged to donate items such as instant coffee, water bottles, snacks, spices, feminine hygiene products, body wash, and cleaning products.  

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