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On Thursday, Sept. 17, Kean's Pan-African Student Union (P.A.S.U.), along with the National Pan-Hellenic Council and National Council of Negro Women, Inc., held a virtual student panel, where participants had personal conversations about racial identities from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Zoom.
Thursday, Sept. 17, Kean's Pan-African Student Union (PASU) in collaboration with the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) and National Pan Hellenic Council will be hosting a student led panel discussion and open forum where students will share personal experiences pertaining to racial identity. The virtual event will take place from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. via Zoom.
Due to the ongoing health crisis, Kean has moved much instruction to Blackboard. Though this method is helping to save health and lives, it does add a bit of frustration and stress, as there are students and faculty members who are having trouble navigating remote learning. Fortunately, it isn't too difficult to work through Blackboard, once properly learned.
With many students learning remotely, it has been a struggle for some to find quality social interaction. As the university gears up to begin hybrid and face-to-face instruction, students are looking for ways to remain in contact with their friends, family and colleagues. Fortunately, there is an array of apps that students could choose from to fulfill this purpose.
With the fall semester currently underway, students are winding down from their summer vacations and settling into high gear again. Despite the current health crisis, the university is ready to get the engine revving with the instructional methods it is offering.
With the world being shaken by COVID-19, there has been a deadening pause on life. Many places, such as restaurants, bars, schools, entertainment venues and retail shops, have been shut down to lessen the spread of the devastating virus. As COVID-19 stabilizes in the state, officials are seeking to gradually reopen society.
On March 5, Career Services hosted its second monthly workshop to highlight the services the office has for Kean students by discussing College Central, internships, resume preparation and cover letter writing. The workshop was held in the Center for Academic Success (CAS), Room 106.
Spring break is a free time many students look to use to deviate from the business of college life. On Monday, March 2, Kean University Peer Educators and Student Health Services held their Spring Break Safety event in the Nancy Thompson Learning Commons Learning Center, where they promoted ways for students to keep themselves out of harm's way during break.
Every February, Kean University takes the time to honor and highlight the significance of Black History Month throughout the community. This year was no exception as there were plenty of events on campus which stayed true to African traditions and cultures.
The Office of Student Affairs has announced an election for one non-voting student representative to the Wenzhou-Kean Board of Directors. Applications are being accepted now through Friday, March 6, 2020 by 2 p.m.
On Thursday, Feb. 20, Kean University's Poetry Club, along with Iota Phi Theta Fraternity and the Pan-African Student Union, hosted the Love Jones Open Mic in the Cougar's Den from 7 to 9 p.m.
On Friday, Feb. 14, the Center for Leadership and Service held a tabling event in the Center for Academic Success (CAS) lobby called One Billion Rising, an initiative with the mission to end acts of violence against women.
From Feb. 24 to Feb. 28, Delta Phi Epsilon will be hosting a series of events for ANAD Week to bring awareness and understanding for those that are suffering from an eating disorder.
On Thursday, Feb. 13, the Point and Shoot Photography Club held a Fashion Show Info meeting to see how many people were interested in participating in their future fashion show so they could make the necessary preparations to get everything ready.
On Feb. 11, the Office of Africana Studies and Kean University's College of Liberal Arts held Living Beyond the Facade: Inside the Health and Wealth Practices of Americans of African Descent, which took place in the Little Theatre at the Miron Student Center.
On Friday, Feb. 7, in the Burch Hall Community Center, Residential Student Services(RSS) hosted a workshop called Relationships in the Media, which was a game of bingo built around the discussion of how the media glorifies toxic relationships and what could be done to have a healthier one.
On Friday, Feb. 7, the Center for Leadership and Service (CLS) hosted a series of events in the Commuter Resource Center (CRC) joining in Wear Red Day, a national phenomenon where everyone supports the fight to raise awareness of women's heart health and the American Heart Association's battle against heart disease.
On Thursday, Feb. 6, Kean Galleries hosted an opening reception for the exhibit "Reconstruction" by artist Laura Petrovich-Cheney, at the Karl & Helen Burger Gallery in the Center for Academic Success(CAS).
Human rights and community activist Martin Luther King III will be visiting Kean to share his vision of unity with the Kean community in the North Avenue Academic Building Auditorium on Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020 at 4:30 p.m.
On Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020, Kean University's Top Knotch executive board held a briefing in Miron Student Center, Room 315 to relay information about the majorette team, its history, expectations and upcoming auditions for the Spring to those who attended.