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The Prospering Above The Hardships (P.A.T.H.) organization, a student group aiming to incite change through mentorship and leadership, has developed at Kean University. Their objective is to give valuable life skills and studying habits to high school students in Newark, New Jersey.
Vice President Damion Wilson (Left) and President Gina Elwassemmi (Right) wish to make an impact in the communities surrounding Kean University with their new P.A.T.H Program.
Winners for homecoming king and queen were announced during halftime of the football game between Kean University and William Paterson University. On Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017, everyone who attended the game found out that the two lucky winners were Kevin Macalos for homecoming king and Fatizenebu Oyibo for homecoming queen.
On campus, she is known as Ruby, former Kean University basketball player, African Student Association member and STEM program student. However, if one were to look her up on YouTube, they would be transported into the world of Lavish Ruby, a self-started YouTube vlogger.
Ever wondered about the clubs and organization at Kean University? Equality for All (EFA) is a non-funded group that club that emphasizes a Gay/Straight Alliance.
Kean University is an institution that prides itself on its ability to offer students different mechanisms to study and to learn. One of those mechanisms is the library Learning Commons located at the heart of the University in the Nancy Thompson Library.
The Human Rights Institute (HRI) is an organization that stresses the importance of awareness and activeness. Its goal is for Kean University to spread the awareness of human rights issues across the world and to develop initiatives to stop the injustice.
Finally introducing the cafe located in the North Avenue Academic Building (NAAB), Au Bon Pain is now open to all students and faculty.
The Office of Residential Student Services (RSS) takes care of all on-campus housing and resident students at Kean University.
On Tuesday, June 20, 2017, 33 immigrants from 18 countries were sworn in as new U.S. citizens during a naturalization ceremony which took place at the Liberty Hall Museum.
By turning back the pages of the history books and sharing the information abroad, the Holocaust Resource Center is teaching through tragedy rather than letting tragedy take control.
The Nancy Thompson Library is Kean University's very own library designed to meet the educational needs for students and faculty alike.
Kean University prioritizes the well-being and safety of its students, which is why the university has health services available for attending students.
At the tail end of both finals week and the 2017 spring semester, students had one more opportunity to lend a helping hand in the community before they dove headfirst into summer break.
The Counseling Center at Kean University is there for students who are weighed down by stress and other issues. Located at Downs Hall room 127, the center seeks to expedite students dealing with their issues in a way that will allow both their college life and academic performances be the best they could be.
Located on the second floor of Harwood Arena lies the woman who knows all things behind the sports at Kean University.
In most recent weeks, the Kean community gained a new student representative, and her name is Kristen Failla.
Kean University's Jumpstart program has been thriving this year under the supervision of Senior Site Manager Gina Miseo.
Karun Singh wants to start a company that focuses on building innovative products that he wants to change people's lives.
New this semester, Kean University's School of Communication Media, & Journalism now offers a Topics in Communication Course: Holistic Health.The course is taught by Dr. Janet Yedes and the only prerequisite is Comm 1402, Speech Communication as Critical Citizenship. The class is designed for students to become more self aware of their bodily constitution and their state of health.