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Kean always makes sure the students are always fed, whether you dorm or commute, there are several spots on campus to satisfy your cravings. In the Miron Student Center, there are multiple options for a quick meal, these places include Smashburger, Auntie Anne’s, Jersey Mike’s, Cougar’s Den, Bamboo Asian Cuisine, Knead Pizza, and Latin American cuisine Sono.
The Fall semester at Kean University is always filled with creativity and joy, Kean Premiere Stages embodies those feelings through their shows. According to Kean’s website, Premiere Stages is dedicated to serving the cultural needs of northern and central New Jersey through the development of high-quality equity theatre performances. Premiere Stages prioritizes their outreach to Kean students and tries to make shows and experiences at the theatre accessible via their pricing.
It is important for students to prioritize their mental health. College students often face multiple stressors and struggle juggling those things along with schoolwork. At Kean University, there are multiple outlets and resources to aid students with their mental and physical needs.
On Thursday, August 31, President Lamont O. Repollet, Ed.D., welcomed Kean University students, staff and faculty with an opening day address at Wilkins Theater. From 10 - 11 a.m., the opening address would cover many topics including the new and improved Keanu, Kean’s energetic and kind cougar mascot.
Although the semester is coming to a close, the Kean community can still look forward to the graduation ceremonies around the corner. Each event tailors to the different types of students at Kean University.
On Wednesday, April 19, the Kean P.U.L.S.E. Programming Board will be hosting its Night Market event. Students can look forward to free food and giveaways, unique vendors, and an unforgettable experience.
Kean University’s Founders 5K is an event that the Kean community won’t want to miss. This race celebrates Kean University’s inception in 1855 and will occur on Saturday, April 15.
On Saturday, April 29, Kean University PRISM will host its second annual Pride Prom. At 7 p.m., students will have the opportunity to attend the event being held in the Kean University STEM Atrium. With a night full of dancing, partying, and fun, students won’t want to miss this unforgettable night.
The Office of Student Government ensures that students represent their peers so that everyone on campus can feel heard. This organization is represented by both the Student Government Association (SGA) and the Graduate Student Government (GSG). With election day starting Wednesday, April 5, students should know more about the GSG election candidates.
The 2023-2024 Student Government Elections are fast approaching. With the Student Government Association (SGA) being an active group on campus, students should vote so that their voices can be heard. With this year’s election, new Student Government candidates will be running.
Commencement is a time for students to celebrate the accomplishments they’ve made at Kean University. From making lasting friendships to expanding their knowledge, everyone has had the opportunity to learn something new over the past few years. With graduation around the corner, students should look out for the upcoming dates leading up to the big day.
Research Days are a great opportunity for students and faculty alike to spotlight their work and gain proper recognition. With this year’s celebration happening between Monday, April 24 and Wednesday, April 26, It’s important for students to know the deadlines so that they can participate in this year's celebration.
Black History Month began on Wednesday, February 1 and Americans across the country are celebrating the many achievements of African Americans and Black culture. At Kean University, there are several events held on campus to commemorate Black History Month.
In February, students can expect to see numerous events dedicated to celebrating Black history. On Wednesday, February 1, Kean University will kick off Black History Month by celebrating Black excellence for the entire day.
Kean Stage is known for bringing and presenting cultures through musical productions. This year is no different as Kean Stage has an array of upcoming performances for the spring semester. Students can look forward to seven unique acts throughout the semester.
With the start of a new year, many are partaking new hobbies while accomplishing their 2023 resolutions. Some students are completing their goals by taking advantage of Kean P.U.L.S.E. 's Sleigh Big with Kean skip trip. This trip will truly give students an opportunity to learn a skill while building friendships.
On Friday, December 9, Kean Dance Theatre is hosting its annual winter showcase. This year’s performance will be held in Wilkins Theatre from 7 to 8 p.m. It’s catered to fit everyone’s taste because there will be a little bit of everything there.
As of Monday, November 14, there is an amazing opportunity for Kean students and alumni who want their written pieces to gain exposure. Organized by Premiere Stages, The Bauer Boucher Playwriting Award is open for submissions from the Kean community.
During the season of giving, Kean University is doing its part in helping those less fortunate. Hosted by the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA), Ryan’s Toy Round-Up is in full swing this semester.
Kean offers so many things for students to do on campus and they keep offering more. Kean Stage has a bunch of events lined up for the rest of the semester and there is a little bit of something for everyone. There are some many fun and exciting performances that students can look forward to seeing.