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The Vaughn-Eames Hall caters to students studying art and theater, giving them a chance to utilize their creative skills whilst expressing themselves artistically. This year, Kean has brought art to the university and it's being showcased in Vaughn-Eames Hall.
At Kean University, students come from all different parts of the world. Some are from a different state, county, or even country. For international students, they share their experiences with Kean and how they’ve gotten accustomed to a different culture.
Leadership, what does it mean? To most it means being responsible, having empathy towards others, and inspiring those around them. Amir Gallashaw, president of Student Government Association possesses all of these qualities.
In October, many participate in Halloween activities throughout the month. Some people can be found feasting on candy, baking fall treats, visiting scary attractions, or even dressing up. With so many fun and spooky ideas, Kean students are excited to start their fun Halloween traditions and festivities.
COVID-19 hit everyone unexpectedly. Most struggled to find jobs, some were laid off, and businesses were shut down due to this chaotic pandemic. It took almost three years for life to go back to "normal." Kean University students' lives have forever changed due to COVID-19.
The start of a new semester is different for everyone, especially if it’s your first year at a new university. Being a freshman can be overwhelming and starting a new semester is never as easy as it seems. Kean University seniors are here to give advice for this year's freshmen class.
On Sept. 8 at 3 p.m., Kean students attended the Back 2 Basics event at the Miron Student Center Patio.
As the summer comes to an end, Kean University held several events to wind down the summer.
On August 25, new transfer students were welcomed by our Kean community during their student orientation. At the North Avenue Academic Building, transfer students from all over attended presentations, participated in workshops, and socialized with their new classmates.