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Current freshman at Kean University strutted their stuff during the college hour of Thursday, Feb. 8, as the School of General Studies hosted its coveted freshman social just before Valentine's Day. From 3:15 to 4:30 p.m., the "Pre-Valentines Welcome Back Social" consisted of an open mic on the stage of the Cougar's Den and young, inquisitive students mingling and reconnecting with old friends and peers met in the fall semester. New freshmen at the university were encouraged to attend the festivities as well.
On the evening of Wednesday, Feb. 9, The Involvement Center presented the third event of the 2018 installment of Involvement Week, titled "Shazam It!". From 6 to 9 p.m., two groups of three students walked into the Miron Student Center Little Theater and sat at opposite tables with buzzers on them, guessing their favorite tunes from today and the past. Musical genres varied as each song played, yet the fun and excitement of the games lasted for the entire night.
The Involvement Center hosted the Student Involvement and Employment EXPO, a career and involvement fair, Tuesday, Feb. 6, from noon to 4:30 p.m. inside of the Miron Student Center (MSC) Atrium. The second day of the 2018 Involvement Week saw a multitude of students walk around a circle of connected tables that displayed the various organizations and employment opportunities this campus has to offer.
What are some struggles that students at Kean University may go through? Some of them could be sexism, racism and even homophobia. The Office of Residential Student Services and PRIDE want to allow students the opportunity to learn about these struggles within the LGBT community.
Every February, the United States of America celebrates Black History Month to remember both the past and present struggles and accomplishments of the African American community. On Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018 Kean University started the commemoration with a flag raising ceremony by the Pan-African Student Union (along with the Office of Africana Studies's Director James Conyers, Ph.D.) and later the Black History Month Kickoff event hosted by the Office of Student Government's PULSE.
National Wear Red Day is an event in February that seeks to show support and awareness for women by wearing red. Wear Red Day at Kean University took place on Friday, Feb. 2, from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the Miron Student Center (MSC) Atrium.
The hectic life of an average college student leaves little time and consideration for one's own well being. Thankfully, Fit to be Kean offers four different programs from Sunday to Thursday for commuters and residents alike.
Megan Bussiere's Talk to Me: A Reading About Aphasia highlighted the trials and tribulations aphasia patients and their caretakers underwent, while informing its audiences about the realities of the disorder in a poignant and comedic way.
On the evening of Friday, Jan. 26, an ordinarily calm and quiet hallway in the midst of the Miron Student Center was unusually lively and spirited as students, faculty members and groups of parents patiently waited across the wooden doors of the Miron Student Center (MSC) Little Theatre, anticipating the moment of entering the confines of the venue to enjoy the day's experience.
On a cool and crisp January afternoon, students, faculty, alumni and students from other schools patiently waited in a lengthy line that stretched throughout the outer hallway of Kean University's Harwood Arena. Two tall, grey metal detectors adjacent to three plastic tables were in front of the pathway of the students and faculty, accompanied by multiple police officers anticipating to check in students' bags and personal belongings, as the audience members awaited the amusement and entertainment that their event would bring.
Barnes and Noble is a popular essential here at Kean University where students can buy different items.
Kean University's Involvement Center is hosting an informational campus-wide week for students to learn about the 170 student groups and organizations across Kean's three campuses: Kean Ocean, Kean-Wenzhou. and the Union campus. Titled "Involvement Week", students will be exposed to finding out about the various and diverse organizations on campus.
On Jan. 25, 2017 Malcolm X associate, A. Peter Bailey, gave an insightful presentation discussing the similarities between Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. at the Miron Student Center Little Theater.
Attention, class of 2018! It is about that time of the year where students should take into consideration all of the requirements for graduation. For those who are not aware, as a friendly reminder, students are required to fill out and return a graduation form to the Office of Registrar.
Saturday night, Dec. 9, Sons of Serendip continued their "Christmas Beyond the Lights" tour, despite the weather conditions.
Friday, Dec. 8, Wenzhou Kean University Student Association (WKUSA) celebrated its second annual End of the Semester Dinner. The dinner had a big turn out as all of the students had participated in the event.
Tuesday, Dec. 5, the members of Sigma Beta Chi and Nu Delta Pi offered hair cutting and shaving services for $10 in the Greek Lounge of the Miron Student Center. The event served as a follow-up fundraiser to No-Shave November, a national wide movement that spreads cancer awareness. The proceeds are going towards the Children's Specialized Hospital in Mountainside, New Jersey.
It's about that time again, and if you're a college student, you know we are not talking about the holidays, we mean finals. We hate to be that person but it's happening. Luckily, finals will be a little sweeter with Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) and Starbucks. The PRSSA is partnering again with Starbucks at the Nancy Thomas Library, first floor. They will be offering two fun holiday drinks for only a limited time. These drinks will help benefit the chapter during the upcoming finals week.
It is that time of the semester--finals season. December can be one of the most stressful months of the fall semester as students are trying to cram for tests, hand in papers last minute, and finish all projects. All of these can be overwhelming, so Kean University students do their best to host events where students can just take a breather and relax.
Everyone knows the saying, "Men are from Mars and women are from Venus..." Monday, Dec. 4, in the Little Theater of the Miron Student Center (MSC), Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), Women of Excellence (WoE) and Men of Excellence (MoE) put that saying to the test. The event Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus, was a panel discussion made up of selected members of PRSSA, WoE, and MoE.