On Wednesday, Sept. 15, the Kean community gathered by the Clocktower to kickoff Hispanic Heritage Month with speeches and a live mariachi band.
On Friday September 10, Kean kicked off the semester with Kean Day, our annual celebration of student groups and Greek organizations.
On Tuesday August 31, Kean held a cookout for the students to celebrate the beginning of the semester, with dancing, food, and performances by Greek organizations.
On Friday August 27, students were able to relax and pet a variety of dogs thanks to Creature Comfort Pet Therapy.
From Thursday, August 26 to Monday, August 30, Kean celebrated the arrival of resident students and welcomed them to their dorms.
Men's and Women's basketball teams in huddles at their games.
Photo Courtesy of Kean Athletics
The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion brought Dr. Akira Drake Rodriguez, Assistant Professor at the University of Pennsylvania, for a conversation about marginalization in the architectural field.
Rebecca Obeng and Daniel Armah
Kean P.U.L.S.E. hosted the Black History Kickoff event via YouTube on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2021 that was filled to the brim with performances, dance and informative ceremonies centered around African-American culture.
On Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021, the PULSE Programming Board hosted Skate Into the Semester outside the Miron Student Center. The event included ice skating, s'more making by campfire, food, hot chocolate and more.
On Thursday October 29, 2020, Kean Volunteers helped assemble boxes of food for community members in need.
On Thursday October 15, 2020, Kean Volunteers helped assemble 2,000 boxes of food for community members in need that will be distributed at the upcoming Union County Food Distribution Event.
On Saturday, October 10, 2020, Kean University student volunteers assisted the County of Union with their Emergency Food Distribution Event at Kean University in Union, NJ. Volunteers helped distribute boxes of food and produce to families in need.
On Saturday, October 3, 2020, Kean University student volunteers assisted the County of Union with their Emergency Food Distribution Event in Cedar Book Park in Plainfield, NJ. Volunteers helped distribute boxes of food and produce to families in need.
Meet the Greeks was an opportunity for students to learn more about the Greek letter organizations.
The Kean Theatre Conservatory presented "Anna in the Tropics" from Feb. 21 to Feb. 29
NCNW gave students insights into how to eat healthier at SOULFOOD: Food for the Soul.
A number of events took place around the campus in honor of Black History Month which brought the entire Kean community together.
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
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.