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Fraternities and sororities can offer a rich and rewarding experience for those who choose to affiliate. The most well-known aspect of Greek life is that of brotherhood or sisterhood, however being Greek entails much more than just being a brother or sister.
On Tuesday, April 12, 2016, at 8 p.m. in Little Theatre, both Greeks and non-Greeks alike came out to become aware of child abuse while supporting the contestants.
Spring break is a week open for students, staff and faculty to do whatever their hearts desire; but for 24 students and staff they decided to spend their spring break giving back to the community.
To complete the celebration and remembrance of African American History Month, Kean University partnered with Smithsonian Channel, major league baseball (MLB) and optimum community to screen the documentary of The Hammer of Hank Aaron.
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Kean University alumnus, William F. Loehning, has donated $250,000 to underwrite the conference center in the Green Lane Academic Building (GLAB).
Kean University music majors have joined forces with Roselle Park elementary students and special needs adults for a musical concert entitled, “We’re All in this Together!” The performance will be on Thursday, January 7, 2016, in Wilkins Theatre; starting at 7:30 p.m.
Kean University is known for its teaching programs and teacher certifications; but what many don’t realize is that Kean University has a program dedicated to having its students gain real life teaching experiences.
Incoming freshman students are always eager to get involved in clubs and organizations on campus; but only some are eager enough to run for an election class position.
Pulling a plane might seem like no small feat to some but to one Kean University fraternity it was worth every muscle burn and ache.
Experience a bus trip to Broadway, hosted by the Student Organization, to find out how far Matilda’s imagination really can grow.
Transferring to a new college/ university can be a difficult adjustment for a new student. A lot of worries come to a student’s mind but with help of the Transfer Student Orientation Kean University hopes to ease any worries and make a smooth transition for any incoming students.
Experience a trip to Broadway hosted by the Student Organization to find out how Peter became Peter Pan.
The moment all graduate students have been waiting for: Nathan Weiss Graduate College commencement ceremony.
The PSY (Psychology) Organization will host a murder mystery dinner on Tuesday, May 5, 2015, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. The event will take place in the University Center (UC) 315 and food and drinks will be provided. “Students should come prepared for a treat. This is a night to come with their imagination, acting skills, and thinking caps. The food will be delicious, the revealing of the killer will be mind blowing, and the "wedding" reception will be lots of fun,” said Brittany Woods-Tuner, senior psychology major and secretary of the PSY Organization.
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Every year, Americans celebrate unofficial holidays following Thanksgiving; these days are Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Nowadays, even before the Thanksgiving celebration is finished, individuals turn shopping into a sport, training in case a fight ensues over the last item that would be the perfect gift for Mom. They exercise the clicker-finger to speedily click “Buy Now” on websites before they are sold out and will develop a planned out game plan for these days. As always, every event has a history, and overtime, that history holds the chance to be forgotten.
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Surrounded by friends and family? Watching the football game? People stuffing the turkey then stuffing their mouths? Check, check, and check. But wait…something is missing: The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade [MTDP]. If five people were asked what Thanksgiving means to them, in return there would be five diverse answers because each person incorporates their own traditions into the celebration of the holiday. Thanksgiving is a forever changing holiday, but in 1924 came one addition—in the form of a parade—to the celebration, and this caused the fourth Thursday of November to never be the same.
On Tuesday, October 28, Student Organization, the full-time undergraduate student government, and the Student Organization Junior Class of 2016 transformed Downs Hall from a modern atmosphere into a blast from the past. Kean University students and faculty came out to #ThrowBackTuesday [#TBT] in their best 80s and 90s attire, ready to embrace a night in the past. Tables were periodically dispersed throughout the room, each holding diverse items that were free for the taking, such as candy, glow-in-the-dark jewelry, and t-shirts. Attendees were encouraged to decorate with every color marker imaginable. The music dating back to the 1970s took over the atmosphere, and the lights persistently changed from blue to green to red; these features added to the retro-chic aspect of the event in Downs Hall. Kean University students and faculty enjoyed themselves thoroughly.