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On February 1, the annual Meet the Greeks event took place at Harwood Arena from 7 to 10 p.m. This event allowed students to get to know each fraternity and sorority they may be interested in and see what each organization is about. As the event started each organization had a chance to introduce themselves to the crowd and present their principles.
On Tuesday, January 30th, Kean P.U.L.S.E. hosted the annual Cougar Kick-off event from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in the Miron Student Center. With the event known for its creative themes, this year’s Cougar kick-off took a trip back to the 1950s. As burgers and fries were available for all students and the world-famous Coca-Cola, all of which are 1950s staples.
The Office of Student Government is a pivotal office that helps shape and develop students into strong leaders through various opportunities. The Student Government Association (SGA) embodies elected student leaders who represent and are the voice of the Kean University undergraduate community. This semester, SGA hosted elections for the Freshman Class Board for the new students entering the Class of 2027.
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.
Still, sitting in front of the T.V. Waiting for your favorite shows to be on? Still paying for Netflix, Hulu, Paramount, or other streaming services? No need to share a Hulu account as Kean University provides OnStream where you can watch all your favorite shows and programs.
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.
Tuesday, September 5, was the start of a new school year for Kean students, faculty and staff. As mentioned by President Lamont O. Repollet, Ed.D. during his opening address, Kean has surpassed the previous years in enrollment by far. With over 17,000 students attending the university, there are a lot of new faces on campus and a lot of new students experiencing Kean for the first time.
On Friday, September 8, Miron Student Center Operations and Event Management hosted a successful Kean Day event from 12 - 4 p.m. Students were in their complimentary “Kean Day” T-shirts as they explored numerous groups and participated in fun activities.
On Tuesday, September 5, Kean University’s Back 2 Basics: Wellbeing BBQ occurred and it was a success. The Miron Student Center patio was filled with students as they socialized and danced to the songs played by the DJ.
On Saturday, September 2, the Kean football team hosted their first home game of the season against State University of New York (SUNY) Morrisville at the Kean Alumni Stadium. Before the game, the tailgate started at 11 a.m. in the Hardwood Arena parking lot.
College move-in day is one of the most exciting days for college students as they are transitioning into a new chapter of their lives. During this time, students may feel a variety of emotions while they are preparing for the start of the semester, setting up their dorm rooms, and creating a routine for the school year.
Student Health Services consists of many dedicated health professionals. This staff embraces many challenges of turbulent nature within the healthcare field. On Thursday, May 11, the department received the Patriot Award.
Kean University has a mix of university-owned establishments and recognizable franchises. Since Kean is known for its diversity, it’s clear why they’ve diversified their food options. With many food choices on campus, students share their favorite Kean University meal options.
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.
Kean Research Days spotlight the research done by faculty and students. Researchers showcase their ongoing or finished projects to the Kean community. Sponsored by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, this year’s celebration occurred from Monday, April 24, to Wednesday, April 26.
With the school year ending and the break approaching, students rush to bask in the sun and partake in summer adventures. With temperatures rising and the sun shining, students share their most memorable summer activities and plans for the upcoming recess.
Created on Tuesday, December 27, 2022, Kean Aesthetics is a new organization with much to offer to Kean University students. This club is perfect for artists needing a space to express themselves creatively.
The diversity of Kean University is shown through its students’ different cultures and traditions. On Thursday, April 20, from 7 to 11 p.m., the Student Government Association and the Graduate Student Government hosted CultureFest, which lets students feel at home by celebrating their backgrounds.
Kean Dance Marathon (KDM) is an annual event that allows students and Greek organizations to join together through dance. On Friday, April 14, Greek Senate celebrated the ninth anniversary of KDM.
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.