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As the Christmas season is coming up, stores have decorated their places red and green for the holiday spirit. While everyone’s rushing to get gifts off their list, there are some people who may be unsure of what to get someone for Christmas as they might be on a budget. Here are some gifts under $30 that can be beneficial for people interested in all types of items.
Kean University provides a plethora of resources for students whether that be financial aid, housing, mental health counseling, alcohol and drug services, and of course educational services like tutoring and writing centers.
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.
On Monday, October 9, Kean Pulse hosted the No Planet B event in the Miron Student Center Atrium at 3:30PM. Four different stations were set up to educate attendees about global warming and different environmental elements. The four stations presented at the event were the fire station, water station, air station, and earth station.
Hispanic Heritage Month started September 15th and ends October 15th. During Hispanic Heritage Month, we take time to acknowledge Hispanic culture and the great achievements and successes of popular Hispanic figures. Famous Hispanic figures often include talented vocalists like Selena Quintanilla or Shakira, famous political individuals such as Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, or amazing painters like Pablo Picasso. These influential figures have helped pave the way for the Hispanic Community and shine a positive light on Hispanic culture.
The mental health of Kean students is very important, stress can prevent them from being their best self and can ultimately weigh them down mentally. At Kean University, there are several programs and resources that can assist students with their mental health.
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.
Suicide Prevention Week is from September 10 to September 16. This important week is a time for people to partake in some of the following things:
Apart of Kean University’s New Student Experience, Kean University hosted its iEngage event on Friday September 1st in the Miron Student Center. iEngage was one of the many events hosted as part of Kean’s Jump Into Kean Week.
On Friday, September 1, Kean University hosted their New Student Experience (NSE) event in the Miron Student Center (MSC). Freshmen students were able to learn more about the resources on campus while networking and making friends as well.
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.
Everyone has goals, wishes, and desires. Achievements can vary from something as small as passing a class or receiving an honorable award. Students at Kean University reflect on their greatest accomplishments.
In May, students prepare for final exams, projects, and papers. In these times, students will rush and struggle to keep up with last-minute assignments for the semester. With finals on the horizon, students share their different study methods, feelings about finals, and what they do to relieve potential stress.
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.
For most students, senior year can involve several pressure points. Factors like finals, internships, jobs, grades, and graduation can be stressors in one’s final year. Despite these factors, seniors at Kean can still reflect on their favorite memories and experiences at Kean.
As March is Women’s History Month, people take the time to reflect and honor the achievements of women. This month gives many the chance to appreciate and pave the way for women who are making a difference in the world. At Kean University, students reflect on what Women’s History Month means to them and who they honor during this time.
With March being Women’s History Month, Kean University is celebrating with many different events, including the Women’s Empowerment Series. Through the collaborative efforts of Kean Athletics and the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, the university welcomed an inspiring woman to be the guest speaker at the event.
This semester, senior students are enjoying their final moments at Kean leading up to graduation. As they part with college life, they hold onto valuable lessons, unforgettable souvenirs, wholesome memories, and more. Between educational moments, making friends, and joining organizations, graduating seniors describe Kean University in one word.
For those looking to showcase their talents, students should consider joining First Love Kean Fellowship. This organization is perfect for students looking to embrace their creative side while worshiping God.