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As the month of November has rounded out to a close, the No Shave November Event has also concluded. Many students have heard of this event throughout the years, where men will spend the entire month of November without shaving, to support cancer awareness for men. The Kean University Police Department (KUPD) we're no strangers to this event, having participated in the past. The department was able to raise $1,000 for the event by the end of the month.
The 2021 freshmen class at Kean is very lucky to be able to enjoy their first year on campus after such a grueling year and a half online. This however, does not prevent them from having their own challenges as they try to adjust to college and life on campus. To provide some advice and helpful tips from those who were once in these freshmen’s shoes, an upperclassmen offered her words of wisdom.
With students returning to campus, sports at Kean University is in full swing and Women’s Volleyball is no exception. The girls have been doing amazing this season on and off of campus, giving their opponents a battle every-time they step onto the court. With only five more games left in their season, there's no telling what these Cougars will accomplish.
A music ensemble is known as a group of individuals who perform vocally or instrumentally together in a unified way. Kean’s music ensemble is the home of multiple sections, Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, Chamber music for strings and winds, Chamber winds, and a Percussion Ensemble. Open to all students, music ensemble is a great way for students to explore their musical side and be a part of something amazing.
Surely all college students can agree that the possibility of not graduating on time or veering off the path of their academic path, is one of the scariest thoughts. Going at it alone or with one advisor who is swamped with other students can be stressful and lead to mistakes in class selection or credit amount. This is why Kean has a division specifically for helping students with a timely graduation.
When going into college, not everyone knows what field they want to study or they are struggling to transfer credits from another school within their major. For these students Kean University provides the Center for Advising, Persistence and Success (CAPS). Here, undeclared freshman, sophomores and transfer students can receive advisement from their CAPS advisors.
Once school is out for the summer, most students shove their notebooks and textbooks under their beds or in lost corners, forgetting about them for the next three months. However, there is still that select group of bookworms who can’t wait to get their hands on some new books for the summer.
Picture this, a radio station for college students by college students. That is what Kean University's WKNJ-FM Radio (90.3 FM) is, a radio station that students can tune into to get campus news and information. Students can tune in during their morning commute or in-between classes which will allow them to have the opportunity to hear their fellow peers talking.
Looking for a fun club where one can make friends and learn something new? Kean University's Gardening Club offers that and so much more to it’s eager members. Those who enjoy gardening can come together to garden, participate in activities and learn more about gardening. No gardening experience is necessary to join, just grab a shovel and come to learn!
As a part of Kean University, Premiere Stages allows students to gain a rich theatre experience through diverse performances. With this theatre company, people have access to many areas of performing arts such as plays, festivals and more.
With the semester coming to an end it is once again time for the seniors of Kean University to wrap up their time here, to move on to bigger and brighter things. Although graduation is a little different this year, these students are about to cross one of the biggest milestones in their young adult lives. As they reminisce over their last four years and the things they have learned, these students leave behind words of wisdom for those finishing their degrees.
Throughout life, students prepare for the moment where they transition from adolescence to adulthood. By junior year of high school, students can almost taste freedom on the tip of their tongues. However, with adulthood comes major decisions. One of those decisions is what to major in during college.
The Miron Student Center Operations and Event Management (MSC) is the hub for student activities and campus organization. Its mission is to serve the Kean student body by providing opportunities for social interaction and to enrich a student's college experience.
Ever wondered if taking the leap and rushing a sorority during the time in college is the right choice? If so, join us in taking a deeper look into one of Kean Universities highly regarded sororities, Delta Phi Epsilon. The current chapter, Beta Theta, is full of young women who are extremely involved in the community, on and around campus.
Students at Kean University have come together to create an amazing organization that not only gives them something to be proud of but gives back to the community in an amazing way. Friends for Children with Cancer (FFCWC) is an organization at Kean that is open to all students, any grade and any major. A chance for any student to get involved on campus and become a part of something far greater than they could have expected.
As announced on April 7, the Office of Student Government’s elective board has been revealed. When it comes to the Graduate and Part-time Student Council (GPSC), Tanvi Tandan is officially the new president of the organization and is excited to help better our university.
The students of Kean University should strive to make their college careers memorable. While maintaining their academics as well as getting involved in clubs/organizations on campus, student leaders should always remember that the impact they leave can open the doors to beneficial opportunities. The Kean community has spoken and they have chosen Chris Sclafani to represent the students as the next Alternate Student Trustee.
The value of leadership has many different definitions especially when it comes to those who choose to embrace those qualities. A leader is there to help motivate others to become better versions of themselves so they can create a positive environment to look forward to. Jason Pleitez is an example of an individual who possesses the qualities of a natural-born leader and has made it his mission to unite the Kean community when he is sworn into becoming the next executive board president of Student Organization (Student Org) for the 2021-2022 school year.
As a part of Kean University, the Kean Dance Marathon (KDM) held by Greek Senate raises awareness and funds for the children at Children’s Specialized Hospitals in New Jersey. With their efforts, large collections have been gathered and all of the funding goes to an important cause.
As the end of the spring 2021 semester is shortly approaching, some students are excited to graduate and begin in their career path. While others could be looking to further their academic journey into higher education. Choosing a specific program and school can sometimes be overwhelming, but students can look no further than Kean University's Nathan Weiss Graduate College.