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Kean University Rotaract Action Club (KURAC) is a worldwide service organization that allows young adults to serve as leaders in the community. Rotaract will be made up of six new eboard members including president Stephanie Mera, vice president Michelle Duarte, secretary Akane Ueda, treasurer Mike Gonzalez, director of public relations Sarah Fedak, and advisor Bok Jeong.
Women's and Gender Studies is a program that focuses on investigating gender in the lives of all people, especially women. It also broadens the viewpoints by allowing students to understand the issues that affect women and others who deal with gender inequality. It is a course of study to enrich both academically and personally to provide insight on relevant in today's workplace, families, communities and the larger society.
KDM (Kean Dance Marathon) is an event where students and the Greek community came together to help raise money for children's specialized hospital. Check out all the highlights from the event!
Ready for some highlights? Maybe even some fails? Check out all the highlights and fails fro the 2018 Greek Olympic Games!
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Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (2013)
With all of his involvement and positions on campus, John Simons keeps busy on campus. Simons works as a student ambassador with the Office of Admissions. He is a Nu Sigma Phi Greek senate representative, student chapter president of The One Club, and public relations director of The Graphic Organization (GO!).
The Physical Therapy Club at Kean University was established to help guide students aspiring to pursue careers in Physical Therapy. A main focus of the club is to help students hoping to get into graduate study programs in physical therapy. PT Club accomplishes this by inviting practicing physical therapists, physical therapy graduate students and physical therapy admission representatives to hold presentations for club members.
It is safe to say that when attending college one does not anticipate the moment of graduation to come, and when it does it is important to have a plan for the future. With graduation slowly inching its way, May 17, 2018, many students are waiting for the first day of liberty and freedom. For many seniors or students graduating early, this is the day they have waited for.
Kean University takes pride in its organizations and student leaders. With that being said, there are more than 160 student groups with a variety of eboard members. One of the clubs is the Pre-Medical Pre-Dental Association which strives to help members develop stronger leadership and communication skills. Keia Smith, a sophomore studying biotechnology and also the secretary for the Pre-Medical Pre-Dental Association, explained the importance of the club.
Junior inflelder and pitcher Kaitlin Stahlbrand at-bat during the Kean Cougars' New Jersey Athletic Conference home opener at Cougar Softball Stadium Saturday, March 31, 2018.
A variety of artists specializing in talents such as poetry, rapping, singing and dancing are currently chasing their degrees and desired careers at Kean University, and when given the chance, can use their special talents to blow audiences away. At any open mic night, members of the Kean student body that show desire in the art of expression through song, spoken word, prose or any other form of artistry can usually expect to see the Kean University Poetry Club make their inspirational and indelible marks on those who attend.
On March 20, the Kean University field hockey team was awarded a Zag Field Hockey/NFHCA Division III National Academic Team Award. This award is only presented to teams that have an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher for the fall semester, which the Cougars met and surpassed with a team GPA of 3.6. Only 131 Division III Field Hockey teams, including the Cougars, earned the distinction this season.
Poetry Club president Tierra Hooker (Pictured third to right) with members from the Poetry Club performed inspirational spoken-word, enticing songs and thought-provoking poems at Kean's Culture Fest on Tuesday, March 6.
Here in our Kean University community we have many amazing faculty and staff who are dedicated to developing their students and changing their community. Kean is privileged to have many important women that have and can shape the course of this campus, one of which is Professor Kristine Mirrer.
Taylor MacLean is a graduate student at Kean University currently earning her doctorate degree in clinical and school psychology, who was the winner of the $25,000 AbbVie Cystic Fibrosis Scholarship. MacLean suffers from cystic fibrosis, a disease that affects her lungs and digestive system, but through her own determination and never-quit attitude, she is able to continue her education at Kean and receive this great honor to help further her life and career goals.
The Kean University Peer Educators are looking for students to apply and join their team and help promote their mission to develop, review, enhance and revise policy on substances on campus and for increasing awareness of campus resources in regard to drugs and alcohol.
Do you have talent? Come check out Kean's Got Talent on Thursday, April 5th, from 7pm-10pm in the MSC Little Theatre.
Admission is 5$, and tickets can be bought now at the Wilkins Theatre Box Office
Now that February is over, check out some of the events that Kean University had for Black History Month!
The honor societies at Kean are organizations that separate the academically elite at Kean and gives them a space to come together and work as a group to help others through service and leadership. Often associated with a specific subject, honor societies show high achievement in academics and involvement.
To excel in both the classroom at the graduate level and in the work space requires a sense of patience, time management, diligence, professionalism and a reason to give one's best effort everyday. For Robert Schiele, that reason serves as a purpose to uphold the good name of Kean University.
The last semester for college students can be a fruitful or bittersweet experience. For Stephanie Cardenas, a senior majoring in general biology with a minor in health sciences, her path to graduation does not just continue through the books and multitudinous classrooms.