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It’s the holiday season and for many of us, it means eating good food with family, getting and receiving gifts and enjoying the winter break. However, many children don’t get to have this same luxury. But, lucky for them, Lesniak Institute's Operation Santa has the mission of bringing the holiday spirit to every little boy and girl.
Congratulations cougars, the fall semester is almost completed! Now all students have to do is get past finals week, but not to worry because Kean University's Tutoring Center is here to help.
Students declared as undecided can look no further because the College of Liberal Arts has something new to share. The college is providing scholars with a chance to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts. This innovative undergraduate program offers an opportunity for participants to gain knowledge in varying courses and to leave with an enhanced educational experience.
Attention all cougars, it’s time to explore different major or minors. The School of General Studies and Center for Advertising, Persistence and Success hosted an exploration fair to help students find the major or minor that is right for them.
The Supply Drive for Afghan Refugees is a drive dedicated to collecting goods on behalf of the those who are moving into New Jersey. This event is driven to supply everything from clothes to water for those who need it most.
It’s official! Meet the Greeks is back on campus. Meet the Greeks has always been a great semester kick off and this time was no different. With colorful themes and cheerful chants, the Greeks are ready to welcome students back on campus and to introduce them to Greek life.
COVID-19 has greatly affected the lives of everyone since its emersion in 2020. Throughout this time, it has taken a countless amount of lives without any remorse. At Kean University, a memorial service was held to remember all who were lost due to this terrible disease.
One of the best ways to vacation this summer is by going on a road trip. A road trip can be worth it as long as one picks the right destination. Since the possibilities are endless, here are the top five best places to road trip this summer.
As a part of Kean University, Premiere Stages allows students to gain a rich theatre experience through diverse performances. With this theatre company, people have access to many areas of performing arts such as plays, festivals and more.
As announced on April 7, the Office of Student Government’s elective board has been revealed. When it comes to the Graduate and Part-time Student Council (GPSC), Tanvi Tandan is officially the new president of the organization and is excited to help better our university.
As a part of Kean University, the Kean Dance Marathon (KDM) held by Greek Senate raises awareness and funds for the children at Children’s Specialized Hospitals in New Jersey. With their efforts, large collections have been gathered and all of the funding goes to an important cause.
Student Health Services (SHS) and Kean University Peer Educators hosted a two-day event consisting of a movie-screening and a discussion panel about the film "Roll Red Roll". This movie was used to educate students on the importance of sexual assault. In these events, students could see the effects of sexual abuse and how to prevent this situation on campus.
Looking for an employment opportunity on campus? Kean University has many different opportunities for students looking to gain work experience. With many departments looking to hire workers, students should know all that Kean has to offer.
Due to the hard work of Kean students and faculty, MLK Week of Service has come to an end and has accomplished many things within its events. MLK Week of Service, not only commemorates one of the greatest historical figures, but also shows the dedications of Kean students when they set their minds to doing the right thing.
On Thursday, March 25, Kean Ocean Campus Life (KOCL) hosted a movie showing of Suffragette as a part of Women’s History Month. This inspiring movie focuses on the struggles of women who risked everything for the right to vote.
As a part of Women’s History Month, Kean organizations hosted an event celebrating the diverse achievements of women who made changes in New Jersey. Collaboratively, the hosts shed light on many important female figures and spoke about their achievements, while educating Kean students about the resources available to them on campus.
Over the weekend of March 5-7, Kean’s Theatre Conservatory held a showing of their very own production, The Misadventures of Romeo and Juliet. This work was a modern approach to one of William Shakespeare’s most famous plays and was put together through the hard work of Kean students, staff and faculty.
The Vice President of Student Affairs, Matthew Caruso, is accepting applications for students aspiring to act as a Student Representative on the Kean University Board of Trustees. With this position, willing candidates can act as a representation of the Kean student community and help to make changes happen at the university.
As a part of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Week of Service, the Center of Leadership and Service (CLS) will be holding a food collection event sometime in March. This program presents students with an opportunity of giving back to the community and to provide food for those in need.
Do you want to make your voice heard and be the difference at Kean University? If so, the Office of Student Government is accepting applications for a variety of positions. With this opportunity, students can gain valuable skills and act as a representation of their student body.