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As the fall semester enters December, students start thinking about finals week. While finals can be stressful for many, the Kean community has each other's backs. Whether it’s a freshman’s first semester or a senior’s last, there is always advice to help prepare for finals week.
During the season of giving, Kean University is doing its part in helping those less fortunate. Hosted by the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA), Ryan’s Toy Round-Up is in full swing this semester.
Kean offers so many things for students to do on campus and they keep offering more. Kean Stage has a bunch of events lined up for the rest of the semester and there is a little bit of something for everyone. There are some many fun and exciting performances that students can look forward to seeing.
With Thanksgiving around the corner, many like to give back to others and their community. At Kean, the community is always there for each other and strives to give back as much as possible. The Cougar Pantry at Kean University is there for those in need this Thanksgiving season.
There are many places on campus for students to hang out with friends and to work on important projects. However, there are some spots on campus that are kept secret. These spots aren’t well known, but students find themselves to be most productive when occupying these spaces.
Kean Gospel Choir is a place where students can express their faith through music. Anyone can become a member regardless of their knowledge on gospel music and musical ability.
Kean ESports is a fun and virtual way of getting involved on campus. Like any other athletics team at Kean, ESports holds games and tournaments competing against other schools. Hoping to connect to more students, Kean ESports is hosting the All Hallows’ Gala, an event open to all students.
Some take the college experience for granted because they forget past generations didn't have the same opportunity to attend or finish college. This results in many becoming first-generation college students. While it's a big responsibility, this is also an amazing opportunity for first-generation students.
Kean University offers many sports and intramural options, but there is one club that encompasses both. The Ski and Snowboard Club gives people a chance to explore something new by partaking in winter-based sports. This club is interested in welcoming new members with light and friendly competition.
Breast cancer has unfortunately become an all too common term in today’s vocabulary but what is breast cancer?
The right to vote is something that hasn't always been accessible to everyone but, now that it is, many are not taking advantage of their right. Incoming generations see voting as a chore, thinking it's too hard or too late for them to register. Some even believe their singular vote will not make a change. Kean Voting Squad is here to prove them wrong.
As a new semester begins, Kean has implemented new things around campus. Those familiar with Kean know that a multitude of changes have happened over the years. To brighten up the campus and better aid the attending students, there are many things people can expect to see around campus this semester.
Once again it is time for Kean to host the fun and vibrant Jazz and Roots Music Festival. For the second annual year there will be a FREE outdoor music festival open to the public, located at The Lawn at Enlow Hall in Hillside. Hosted by the acclaimed bassist/producer Mike Griot, this night is one that students and staff won't want to miss out on.
Step into the Liberty Hall Museum and be transported back to a revolutionary-era, as you trace one family’s history through furnishings, decorative arts, clothing, and much more. One of New Jersey’s premier historic locations is located right at Kean and allows for students and staff to take advantage of this amazing experience. Let’s explore together what the Liberty Hall Museum can provide in the way of tours, events, and education.
Jumping right into the Fall semester with a bang, Kean has already announced a full season of plays for students, staff and anyone else to enjoy. With a full line up we have; Scab by Gino Diiorio, and Certain Aspects of Conflict in the Negro Family by Tylie Shider. Let’s dive right in and find out the details on when these plays will be available to the public.
Final’s week has passed! Now, the Kean community is preparing for commencement or enjoying their summer break before the fall semester. As exciting as the end of the semester is, getting through finals is a key part for all students in their college careers. Here we have some students who will share their experiences and tips for whoever will be taking finals again in the future.
Kean Student Health Services has been stretched very thin lately, as they have had to deal with only two full time staff members, two part time staff members and the hardships through the pandemic. To show her appreciation for the work the clinic did in her absence, Dr. Kristine Sparks, a family nurse practitioner, submitted the clinic for the Patriot Award.
As we are nearing the end of another successful semester at Kean University, it is once again time for students to think about fall registration. As stressful and hectic as it can be to find the classes one needs, while also fitting them all into a specific schedule, we have some help. Kean advisors are here to not only assist students in registering for classes but also keep them on the right track for graduation.
As the weather continues to get warmer, spring sports at Kean are in full swing. With all of our athletics currently having more wins than losses, we have had a successful spring season and only plan on continuing this streak. All of the sports involved have been putting so much hard work and effort into this season, so let’s meet them!
Once again we come to the time for the hardworking students of Kean to celebrate their commencement with their family, friends and peers. Possibly one of the best days of their lives, students will walk across the stage with a diploma in one hand and the whole world at their fingertips.