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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 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 Tuesday, August 29, Cougar Volunteers held an event in Miron Student Center, Room 315. From 2 - 4 p.m., students were able to engage in a crafty service project. Students provided positivity for the community as they created candy grams with kind messages to be distributed locally.
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.
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.
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.
Staying active is something that many college students strive to maintain. It’s challenging for students to incorporate physical activity into their daily lives. At Kean University, students share their favorite exercises.
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.
Members of the Kean community are always willing to help one another and those in need. Students that are looking for volunteer opportunities should look into City Relief.
Women’s History Month is a time to celebrate the achievements of women. People may embrace this month by watching documentaries, hosting events, supporting female authors, or reading insightful information. The three individuals mentioned in this article provide a glimpse into the array of accomplishments that women contribute to society.
As students endure the pressures of maintaining their academic and social lives, it can be hard for them to find some free time. For some, downtime isn’t a necessity and for others, it can feel unattainable. Students at Kean University explained what their downtime looked like and how they chose to spend their breaks in between classes.
During Black History Month, communities often highlight the Black innovators of the world. Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, and Harriet Tubman are some of the most mentioned figures in regard to Black history. The legacy of Black innovators is impactful and necessary, so it’s also important to bring awareness to those who don’t get as much coverage in the media or in textbooks.
On Tuesday, January 31, crowds of students came out for Kean University’s Student Involvement and Employment Fair. From 12 to 4 p.m., the chatter and laughs of students could be heard throughout the Mirson Student Center. The clubs and organizations set up tables and were ready to showcase the interesting and unique qualities of their groups.
It’s officially that time when everyone is trying to start fresh and rebrand their lives for the new year. However, according to the University of Alabama at Birmingham Medicine, less than eight percent accomplish their resolutions. Despite the bad reputation, Kean students share their goals and resolutions for this year and the spring semester.
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.
Kwanzaa is a celebration of culture, tradition and community. Dr. Maulana Karenga created Kwanzaa in 1966 to uplift and celebrate Black Americans. In the midst of racial turbulance, Karenga wanted to create a holiday that reaffirmed the excellence of the African American community while informing them about their heritage and the contributions of their ancestors.