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Being the leading scorer for a collegiate basketball team is already a difficult task for anyone to accomplish, regardless of what school someone plays at. Add in a lengthy school schedule, long practices that do not just end when the coach dismisses everyone, and the pressure of being one of the most recognizable faces of collegiate basketball at an institution and someone's work will be cut out for them.
Sounds almost insurmountable, right? Not to Marajiah Bacon. Not at all.
Valeria Cruz is a senior studying psychology pre-occupational therapy with a minor in health sciences. Taylor Shubsda, human resources manager believes that Cruz is an asset to their office and provides valuable support to the other staff.
The life of a student athlete can be potentially stressful, as those who compete on a field, court or ice rink are tasked with the responsibilities of maintaining a good grade point average (GPA) and the highest level of proficiency in the sport they play. Early alarm clocks, lengthy study sessions, and strenuous practices and pre-season training sessions are just some of the many obligations for the school's athletic population.
Marajiah Bacon, a basketball prodigy on the Kean Women's basketball team, has aspirations of helping to leading her team to victory, and not just on the offensive end.
Hailey Cruz, is a graduate student studying school counseling with a mindset to be a licensed professional counselor. Cruz can also attest that she is a hard worker from the amount of activities she is involved in at Kean University.
Victor Suarez, a senior studying biotechnology with a minor in chemistry and math, dedicates his time to being a research team leader for the governor's Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Scholars program. He is president of Tri-Beta Biological Honor Society, president of biotechnology club, resident assistant of Rogers Hall third floor, head tutor for ACCESS tutoring center, ambassador for the Garden State Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation Program (LSAMP), research peer adviser of CURF Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.
Kean University is home to numerous students who truly make impacts on campus and abroad. Ever since her freshman year, Samantha Toll has been one of those students.
The road to success is filled with different twists and turns with each road being different for every person. Regardless of major or occupation, the dream of prosperity in one's life acts as a motivating factor to almost anyone who is working toward a goal. For Abanoub Nakhla, also known as "Taffy", this statement could not be more truthful.
Abanoub Nakhla, widely known as "Taffy", is a senior pre-med biology major, the current President of Greek Senate, and the Social Chair of his fraternity, Nu Delta Pi.
Katherine Caguana, a senior studying psychology with a minor in criminal justice and public administration, has achieved many accomplishments while at Kean University. While it is her last year here, she plans to continue her success and to implement new activities for students to be involved at Kean.
A Junior majoring in environmental science while minoring in sustainability, Peters' leadership roles include those with his fraternity, Nu Sigma Phi and with Residential Student Services.
Francisco Reyes, a junior studying communications with a concentration in media film, loves to be involved in all types of activities at Kean University. He prides himself in his ability to be involved and to get others involved as well. Kean University has given him the many opportunities to strengthen and better himself.
At Kean University, there are more than 160 student clubs and organizations that are active. From cultural groups to student government, there are so many opportunities for students to be involved and informed. This fall 2017 semester, four new student groups have been created and added to Cougar Link.
Kean University is home to many students who take part in the many organizations and clubs on campus. They participate in these groups to make differences in any way they can for things they care the most about. Frank Schupp is one of those students.
Kendra Clark, a senior studying criminal justice is all about being pro-Kean. She is involved in many activities that benefit her and the Kean community.
Dihzae Bailey, a sophomore studying Architecture shares his philosophy for his success and ability to be proactive at Kean University.
Megan Houser is an exceptional student athlete who contributes to the success of the field hockey team all while pursuing her career goals here at Kean University.
Kean University is known for creating and helping students develop and learn different skills such as leadership, communication and professionalism. One way students can be involved is through the Leadership Institute which houses Jorge Morales, a freshman studying psychology.
This campus is full of familiar faces, but everyone has a unique story. Some students may know her from the Silver Leadership program, but others may know her as an usher for Kean Stage. Kiara Ramirez, sophomore English literature major, has achieved so much in just two years.
Ramirez has been part of the Leadership Institute since she was a freshman, and now she is in the Silver Leadership program. With her involvement at Kean University, she has completed over 100 community service hours in her freshman year, giving her the award for being the lead female with the most service hours. Now, she is a mentor for the Leader2Leader program under the Leadership Institute, where she helps out a freshman getting involved, with their schoolwork, getting around campus, and other things that can help them assimilate on campus.
Love video games? Well, there are a ton of students at Kean University who love to play video games, especially the most iconic games in the Super Smash Bros. series. Kean Smash at Kean University is a non-funded student organization that hosts meetings every Friday at the Nathan Weiss Graduate College student lounge, room 203. Their meetings are not just any other club's regular meetings -- they play Super Smash Bros. from 4 to 10 p.m., sometimes even longer!