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On Thursday, November 2 several Kean University organizations hosted the Fall Cougar Pop-Up Shop in the Miron Student Center, Room 228. The event was hosted by the Office of Student Retention and Educational Innovation, Career Services, Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Kean’s Bridge to Success, Kean Wellness Center, and Cougar Connections Center of Social Work. From 12:30 to 4:00 p.m., students were able to shop around for professional clothing free of charge. The event was an incredible success with numerous students taking advantage of the opportunity to receive free clothing and styling advice from faculty and staff assisting with the event.
Over the past few weeks, Kean students have undergone testing for midterms. As many are aware, midterm exams can be extremely stressful, especially for freshmen. Students are expected to study course materials and take exams while balancing their social lives, maintaining other homework assignments, and planning for their futures. As exam week can be demanding for all students of any classification, it can be more of a challenge for freshmen. Freshmen are still adjusting to college as it is a different world compared to high school.
On Monday, October 9, Kean Pulse hosted the No Planet B event in the Miron Student Center Atrium at 3:30PM. Four different stations were set up to educate attendees about global warming and different environmental elements. The four stations presented at the event were the fire station, water station, air station, and earth station.
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.
Making friends in college is an essential part of the college experience, it is a way to connect with other students from different states and cultural backgrounds. It is also a way to build connections while working towards getting a degree and starting a career. At Kean University, there are ways to make friends on campus such as going into different places on campus, attending events that involve Kean students or just simply going up to someone and striking up a conversation.
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.
Everyone has goals, wishes, and desires. Achievements can vary from something as small as passing a class or receiving an honorable award. Students at Kean University reflect on their greatest accomplishments.
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 has hundreds of clubs for students to join as an extracurricular activity. Every organization is unique in its own way and students can always find at least one club that piques their interest. For those in the pre-medical community, there is a newly recognized club where they are sure to fit right in.
Judaism is one of the oldest religions and cultures in the world and Kean University is adamant on providing a place for Jewish and non-Jewish students, alike, to celebrate it. Hillel is present on numerous college campuses worldwide and it strives to inspire, educate and provide students with knowledge about Judaism.
The start of a new semester is different for everyone, especially if it’s your first year at a new university. Being a freshman can be overwhelming and starting a new semester is never as easy as it seems. Kean University seniors are here to give advice for this year's freshmen class.