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The KU Poetry Club is a creative writing group composed of individuals who are interested in music, spoken word and art. During the semester they hold six general body meetings where each member is encouraged to explore different styles of writing, techniques and prompts.
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.
On Thursday, Nov. 14, a line formed throughout the hallway on the third floor of the Miron Student Center (MSC) room 315, for the Global Harvest. An event hosted by the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, many student groups and cultural departments came out to be part of the event. Students who attended the event came to support and enjoy food from the Asian studies department, the Africana studies department, Filipino Uniting Nations at Kean (FUNK), and Kean University Hillel.
Until 4:30 p.m., students in line coiled throughout the room, picking up foods from different cultures and learning cultural information about the program or the food. Once everyone grabbed something new or familiar to them to munch on, students and faculty ate together in and outside of the room. From this event, students, faculty and friends were able to celebrate a universal Thanksgiving with food from around the world.
On Friday, Nov. 10, the Military Veterans Club held the Veterans Day Ceremony in the Miron Student Center room 228. Students, faculty, and veterans gathered together to honor our nation's soldiers.
Author of the biography "Michael Graves: Design for Life", Ian Volner, will be making an official visit to Kean University on Thursday, Nov. 16. At noon, Volner will be signing copies of his book in room 406 of the Green Lane Academic Building (GLAB) for students, faculty, and fans.
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.
Looking for something to eat other than fast food? Have a taste for the home cooked meals mom used to make? Well stop the search and make way for the Bi-weekly Recipe Report. Here one can find recipes, tips, and tricks on making meals on campus.
It is no surprise if students question what will happen to them after graduation. Right now, everyone seems to focus on the goal of graduating, but after that can be a mystery.
These "what if" or "maybe" questions are normal to have, especially if one is thinking about the future. The thought of applying for internships and jobs can be overwhelming, especially if one does not have someone in their field to talk to. Although there is uncertainty in the future, Kean University alumni at Networking Night of Stars can help guide and direct students onto the right path.
Winter is coming faster than you know it, yet there is still enough time to engage in a lot of fall activities. Much of the fall events are centered around Halloween. However, there are many more events that individuals can participate in before winter rolls in.
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.
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.
On the evening of Wednesday, Nov. 15, the Iota Rho chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha will present its annual competition titled "Stroll Like an Alpha" to a packed audience inside of Wilkins Theater. From 8 to 10 p.m., the competition will be filled with improvised dances, strolls, and cheers by the female students, which will fill a night with unforgettable fun for those that attend.
The Aspire High Youth Development College Mentoring Program's latest installation occurred on the morning and afternoon of Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017, as students from Franklin Middle School in Franklin, New Jersey visited the Union campus of Kean University for an exclusive college tour and an unforgettable day filled with food, fun, education and empowerment. Occurring once a semester, the program specifically targets children in lower income, single-parent households while giving them the opportunity to experience what life is like on a college 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!
Meteorologist Michael Rizzo from News 12 in Bronx and Brooklyn, New York gave a memorable presentation to members of the Kean student body at Hennings Hall Room 113, Thursday, Oct. 26. The speech included information about Rizzo's occupation, the importance of working hard to achieve a degree, and the significance of making students' dreams into realities.
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".