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Greek Musical

Greek Members take the stage during “Greek Sing” for Greek Olympics

As part of the annual Greek Olympics, the Kean University Greek organizations put on a show to be displayed during “Greek Sing”. The event took place on Monday, March 31, 2014 in the University Center (UC) Little Theater from 3:15 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Each organization chooses a song and manipulates the words in their favor, while adding their own movements. Full story

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Bon Voyage!

Traveling through time at Liberty Hall

Kean University’s Liberty Hall Museum is a historic New Jersey icon. It was home of the first elected Governor of New Jersey, William Livingston and has been witness to over 200 years of American history. Originally, the home was a 14 room Georgian style and now has become a 50-room Victorian-style mansion. Full story

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Revenge Of The Otaku

Taking a look at the Otaku Anime Society of Kean University

Otaku is a Japanese term used to describe someone that shows an intense interest in something —particularly anime and or manga.  People who fall under this description often form groups with each other whether it is on-campus or off campus and Kean University is no exception. Full story


Preparing For The Inescapable

A look at day two of The Thinking Creatively Conference

Kean University’s Robert Busch School of Design in partnership with the Art Directors Club of New Jersey (ADCNJ) hosted the second day of their eleventh annual conference:  The Thinking Creatively Design Conference on Friday, April 4, 2014.  The Thinking Creatively Design Conference is a series of workshops that takes place over the course of three days. Full story

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People Have The Power

John Prendergast provides insight on making a difference

Acclaimed international human rights advocate, John Prendergast, shared valuable words of wisdom with the Kean community as the Anne Evans Estabrook Human Rights Senior Fellow on Tuesday, March 25, 2014. Prendergast presented, “10 Building Blocks for Making a Difference: In Africa and in Your Own Neighborhood” to an audience of faculty, staff, and students in the University Center (UC) Little Theatre from 3:30 p. Full story


Advocating Through Poetry

LeDerick Horne speaks at Kean University Disability Awareness Week

Kean University sponsored their first Disability Awareness Week from Monday, April 7, 2014 to Friday, April 11, 2014. The week consisted of various events taking place including tabling advocates giving out useful information, and each day had a special event or guest speaker on campus for students and faculty to attend. Full story


A Formal Event To Raise Awareness

Chi Upsilon Sigma and Nu Delta Pi host the Lupus Charity Ball

Lupus is an autoimmune condition –meaning that the immune system mistakenly attacks itself. Subsequently, this causes problems in the joints, skin, heart, and kidneys, among other organs.  The disease mainly attacks women, but men are also at risk. Full story


Animation Domination

Design students conclude the Thinking Creatively Conference by discussing animation

On Saturday, April 5, 2014, the eleventh annual Thinking Creatively Conference met its bittersweet conclusion. This final segment of the design majors’ week-long congregation revolved around the theme of animation. To start the day off, all students gathered in the University Center (UC) Little Theater to listen to the first set of speakers. Full story


Sewing With Stitches Brings Rags To Riches

Sewing With Stitches Brings Rags To Riches

Theatre combines a number of art forms, joining them together in such a way that creates a compelling, unified, and memorable performance. While an interesting script and storyline is key to capturing an audience’s attention, there are a number of visual elements that are essential to setting the stage for an extraordinary show. Full story

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