On Tuesday, Feb. 12th, students got a chance to experience Black History during Know Your Roots on the 1st floor of the Human Rights Institute
On Friday February 7th, 2020 a 1 hour yoga class was hosted in the Nancy Thompson Learning Commons and was taught by Tibian Hassan.
Students were able to indulge in healthy snacks and partake in a yoga session for Wear Red Day.
The National Council of Negro Women, Inc. (NCNW) held a day full of workshops and panels for their For Us By Us series on Thursday, Feb. 6.
Attendees had the opportunity to view the art and meet the artist of Reconstruction, the newest exhibit in The Burger Gallery.
On Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020, Kean Cougars explored opportunities available to them on campus during the Student Involvement & Employment Fair.
The Black History Month Kickoff transpired on Monday, Feb. 3.
On January 30, 2020, Kean students got a chance to meet the greek organizations of Kean University and learn about greek life.
Students got a taste of Asian culture and had an unforgettable experience at the Lunar New Year celebration on Thursday, Jan. 23.
Dean Mercantini hosts a short celebration for CLA students who earned a 4.0 GPA in their first semester. They are awarded a certificate for this achievement.
Students got a chance to chill and get excited for the upcoming semester while enjoying some free cocoa at the Cougar Kickoff: Loco for Cocoa event.
Students were able to unwind from finals with recreational activities and the furriness of two wonderful friends!
People had the opportunity to network with influencers and content creators at the KeanTV Social Media Summit.
On Monday, November 18, 2019, Kean Cougars stood in protest at the Stand Campaign event for Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week in front of the clock tower.
Students were able to learn about various countries at "Embrace Your Flag."
Members of the Center for Leadership and Service tabled to encourage Kean students to register to vote in preparation for the 2020 primary elections next June.
Pi Alpha Alpha, the Global Honor Society for Public Administration, co-sponsored an event for the Children and Families Empowerment Project with local activists FAN-PAC to gather support for policy meant to aid children from families going through separation and financial struggle, and other issues.
Surveying the prominent printing locations on campus.