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As the start of the first semester in person, in a year and a half commences, the Greek Organizations are ready to show off their current chapters to interested students. Meet the Greeks is an event held for students who are interested in Greek life to see what each organization is about and which one would be the right fit.
As we approach the end of summer, the time to trade in beach trips for study sessions and summer nights for homework is almost here. Getting back into the swing of things is an adjustment for everyone, especially being back in person for the first time in three semesters. Here are some tips and tricks for students to have a successful upcoming semester.
Held on April 23 and 24, Kean’s Marketing faculty and student team presented their research to the EATA (East Asian Trade Association) Biannual International Virtual Conference and Research Symposium. Assistant professor in the School of Management and Marketing, Min Chung Han, Ph.D., senior majoring in marketing Adrian Peralta and WKU senior majoring in marketing Danwei Yang received an award for their research presentation.
A music ensemble is known as a group of individuals who perform vocally or instrumentally together in a unified way. Kean’s music ensemble is the home of multiple sections, Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, Chamber music for strings and winds, Chamber winds, and a Percussion Ensemble. Open to all students, music ensemble is a great way for students to explore their musical side and be a part of something amazing.
Surely all college students can agree that the possibility of not graduating on time or veering off the path of their academic path, is one of the scariest thoughts. Going at it alone or with one advisor who is swamped with other students can be stressful and lead to mistakes in class selection or credit amount. This is why Kean has a division specifically for helping students with a timely graduation.
Ever been interested in a camping trip with friends or family? But not really sure where to go and not wanting to travel too far from home. Not to worry because there are five amazing spots right here in NJ for campers of any experience to enjoy a weekend away. Let’s dive into them together.
Ever felt like something was missing by not being a part of a college sports team? The comradery, the bonding, the competitiveness, the fun. If so, then look no further than Kean’s Recreation and Intramurals. A place where anyone, not just athletes, can enjoy a fun way to stay in shape and engage in on-campus sports activity.
When going into college, not everyone knows what field they want to study or they are struggling to transfer credits from another school within their major. For these students Kean University provides the Center for Advising, Persistence and Success (CAPS). Here, undeclared freshman, sophomores and transfer students can receive advisement from their CAPS advisors.
Fall 2021 semester will be here before we know it and returning to campus during this time comes with mandatory measures. President Lamont O. Repollet, Ed.D. has followed in the footsteps of other universities in NJ, requiring that students coming back to campus in the fall must be vaccinated. With this announcement brings a lot of questions about the COVID 19 vaccine and the options available.
Once school is out for the summer, most students shove their notebooks and textbooks under their beds or in lost corners, forgetting about them for the next three months. However, there is still that select group of bookworms who can’t wait to get their hands on some new books for the summer.
Wouldn’t a place on campus where students can go to play pick up games, promote wellness and have fun with friends be nice? Well, students are in luck because the Miron Student Center (MSC) is getting a Recreation Complex. A space for students to go burn off some steam after a long day or to get active on their off days/weekends.
By now most students have heard of the new way to register for classes, see grades/progress and make sure they are on track to graduate. This is called Student Planning, it was implemented on Keanwise at the end of the spring 2021 semester, in preparation for the fall 2021 semester. As it can sometimes be confusing learning a new program, here’s a how-to guide on how to navigate it.
Picture this, a radio station for college students by college students. That is what Kean University's WKNJ-FM Radio (90.3 FM) is, a radio station that students can tune into to get campus news and information. Students can tune in during their morning commute or in-between classes which will allow them to have the opportunity to hear their fellow peers talking.
Looking for a fun club where one can make friends and learn something new? Kean University's Gardening Club offers that and so much more to it’s eager members. Those who enjoy gardening can come together to garden, participate in activities and learn more about gardening. No gardening experience is necessary to join, just grab a shovel and come to learn!
With the semester coming to an end it is once again time for the seniors of Kean University to wrap up their time here, to move on to bigger and brighter things. Although graduation is a little different this year, these students are about to cross one of the biggest milestones in their young adult lives. As they reminisce over their last four years and the things they have learned, these students leave behind words of wisdom for those finishing their degrees.
Ever wondered if taking the leap and rushing a sorority during the time in college is the right choice? If so, join us in taking a deeper look into one of Kean Universities highly regarded sororities, Delta Phi Epsilon. The current chapter, Beta Theta, is full of young women who are extremely involved in the community, on and around campus.
Students at Kean University have come together to create an amazing organization that not only gives them something to be proud of but gives back to the community in an amazing way. Friends for Children with Cancer (FFCWC) is an organization at Kean that is open to all students, any grade and any major. A chance for any student to get involved on campus and become a part of something far greater than they could have expected.
Spring is upon us and it's time to get back outside, soak up the sun and get our bodies moving in new and fun ways. Yoga has been a way of moving one's body, while also cleansing the soul and mind that can help relieve stress to feel good.
After over a year of adjusting to online classes, Kean University finally has the opportunity to re-open campus to all of its students and staff. The fall 2021 semester is set to be held in person, with the mandated precautions to keep everyone safe and healthy. Let's hear from some of our very own cougar’s on what they think of returning to campus in just a few months.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, college sports have been put on hold, leaving their audiences missing their favorite teams and their players missing their favorite sports. During the fall 2020 semester college sports were finally allowed to open up. The Kean men’s and women’s basketball teams had a successful first season back.