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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.
Attention all transfer students! The School of General Studies located in the Center for Academic Success (CAS) is now hiring Transfer Instructional Mentor (TIMs).
Research Days is set to take place on April 24-25 in the spring semester of 2018 in the STEM Building, and all students and faculty who are engaging in a research project are encouraged to join.
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.
Everyone knows the saying, "Men are from Mars and women are from Venus..." Monday, Dec. 4, in the Little Theater of the Miron Student Center (MSC), Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), Women of Excellence (WoE) and Men of Excellence (MoE) put that saying to the test. The event Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus, was a panel discussion made up of selected members of PRSSA, WoE, and MoE.
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.
On Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017 during college hour from 3:15 to 4:30 p.m., games, performances and informational sessions about the coveted 12-hour dance marathon dedicated to raising money for the Children's Specialized Hospital were offered to the students and faculty of Kean University.
Kean University is known for guiding and creating influential people who succeed in their craft. Marc Louis Rosario, a recent Kean graduate '17 was awarded an Adobe Design Achievement Award for Sharpen, a mobile app prototype featured at Research Days 2017.
On Monday, Nov. 20 around 7 p.m. in the Cougar's Den, music filled the area. Students eating outside of the lounge immediately looked over and wondered what event would take place. That night, the Poetry Club hosted its Bars For Blessings event, which was an open mic event where they performed spoken word poetry or music and raised money to create winter care packages for the homeless.
On Thursday, Nov. 16, Kean University hosted a book signing on Ian Volner's biography of Michael Graves, the American architect. Volner's biography of Michael Graves highlighted his life, travels and achievements. The book signing took place at the Green Lane Academic Building (GLAB) room 406 and the room filled with design and architecture majors of all sorts.
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 has so much to offer their students on campus. Heres a look at one of the many buildings Kean has to offer; The Nancy Thompson Library.
Each month the Cougar's Byte will introduce one of the many amazing majors Kean University has to offer, this month we are proud to introduce, the Communications Department.
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.
Students are encouraged to join the CLS for the Grow-a-Row volunteer opportunity on Saturday, Nov. 18. from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m at the Milford Farm.
Thanksgiving is coming up and it is a time to celebrate what people are thankful for. Although, some people tend to forget those who are not able to spend Thanksgiving in a warm house full of food.
The National Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week (HHAW) is held each year before Thanksgiving. This year, HHAW will be from Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017 to Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017. During this week, everyone should share their compassion with those who are experiencing homelessness and aim for a world where no one experiences hunger or homelessness.
Kean Stage takes its time to develop and perfect each and one of its plays.One of the plays that students will have the opportunity to enjoy is "The Boys Next Door".