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Kwanzaa is a celebration of culture, tradition and community. Dr. Maulana Karenga created Kwanzaa in 1966 to uplift and celebrate Black Americans. In the midst of racial turbulance, Karenga wanted to create a holiday that reaffirmed the excellence of the African American community while informing them about their heritage and the contributions of their ancestors.
On December 1, students gathered at Kean Hall for the Student Town Hall meeting with Kean University President Lamont O. Repollet, Ed.D. Here, students spoke about the problems on campus and the solutions to solve them.
Finals week motivates students to effectively focus and study to pass their exams. As finals are approaching, scholars are picking their study partners, organizing their calendars, and preparing to end the semester happily. This year, a few Kean students chose to share what study methods work best for them during these academically strenuous times.
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.
On Friday, November 18, Delta Phi Epsilon raised money for their philanthropy, Cystic Fibrosis. To reach their goal, the sorority hosted Deepher Dude, their annual male pageant-style event.
The Vaughn-Eames Hall caters to students studying art and theater, giving them a chance to utilize their creative skills whilst expressing themselves artistically. This year, Kean has brought art to the university and it's being showcased in Vaughn-Eames Hall.
The Center for Advising, Persistence and Success (CAPS) is here to help students by providing them with their services. CAPS specializes in helping freshmen, sophomores and transfers in their academic journey.
On Thursday, November 3, students lined up to attend the Cougar Pop Up Shop. From 12:30 to 4:30 p.m., the Cougar Pop Up Shop was an opportunity for students to get nice fashion pieces to help towards their futures.
After a semester of work, breaks can be a time for students to relax and shift their attention to other matters. With winter break fast approaching, the Kean community shares their plans for the occasion.
With about 20 Greek organizations, Greek Life promotes scholars, involvement and, most importantly, sisterhood and brotherhood. Being in a sorority or fraternity can be extremely time consuming, especially when trying to balance college with Greek life. Two members of the Kean community share their experience with being both a student and a sorority sister.
At Kean University, students come from all different parts of the world. Some are from a different state, county, or even country. For international students, they share their experiences with Kean and how they’ve gotten accustomed to a different culture.
Kean encourages students to pursue their artistic passions by providing them with clubs that align with their creative interests. Students expressing themselves have access to publishing opportunities all throughout campus.
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.
Leadership, what does it mean? To most it means being responsible, having empathy towards others, and inspiring those around them. Amir Gallashaw, president of Student Government Association possesses all of these qualities.
On October 11, Kean University’s Common Read Program presented its second annual Common Read event. This year’s book is George M. Johnson’s "All Boys Aren’t Blue".
Commuters tend to experience college differently than residential students. While commuters travel between classes and home, residents get to live and breath the campus experience. Kean University ensures that commuters can always have a way to connect and partake in campus life.
It is important for people to keep themselves protected and out of harm’s way. Luckily, the Kean community has several groups who prioritize their safety.
On Saturday, Sept. 24, Kean University celebrated it's second annual Jazz and Roots Music Festival. Music lovers flocked to the Lawn at Enlow Hall in Hillside, New Jersey to listen to the sounds of jazz, blues, and reggae.