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On Nov. 13, students across Kean University's campus celebrated World Kindness Day and Community Values Day. This allowed students to appreciate all acts of kindness, no matter how big or small. Students were also able to become educated about the resources on campus that they can utilize to their advantage. Organizations such as the Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Task Force (AToD) and the Commuter Resource Center (CRC) held events to help students celebrate this joyous day.
This past Monday, Nov. 12, Helping Younger Hands held an event called Know Your Ribbon, which focused on educating students on different awareness ribbons. Participants were then able to design their own ribbon for themselves about subjects that are most important to them.
During a holiday season which encourages sitting together for a meal with loved ones, some people are not able to have this luxury. On Tuesday, Nov. 13 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Student Organization at Kean University hosted the Food Bank Luncheon at the Cougar's Den in the Miron Student Center (MSC).
This past Wednesday, Oct. 24, Kean spearheaded their 2018-2019 Lecture Series with guest speaker Jon Meacham, an author and presidential historian. The North Avenue Academic Building (NAAB) was filled with students and listeners alike who were anticipating Meacham’s speech.
Halloween is the signal of a well-established autumn across the United States.
October, as many know, is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It is a month dedicated to raising awareness and funds to find a cure for the disease that affects 1 in 8 women in the U.S.
Calling all students who are avid Halloween fans or scary movies buffs! There are many scary movies whether horror or thriller that can enhance one's Halloween experience. For many, horror movies hold a spot dear to their hearts, but for others, thrillers are both mentally and emotionally entertaining.
On Sunday, Oct. 21, Kean Gospel Choir held a free gospel concert to celebrate the release of their first original single "Behold Him", which dropped Friday, Oct. 26 on all digital platforms.
The homecoming pep rally took place Oct. 19 at 6 p.m. in the Harwood Arena. The event was attended by students, athletes and faculty alike in a continuation of the annual tradition to engage students and raise school spirit for the rest of the activities set to take place over the course of homecoming weekend.
On Saturday, Oct. 20 Kean University hosted its annual homecoming with this year's theme as Star Wars: Return of the Cougars.
Although it seems like just yesterday was the onset of another school year, students at Kean University are already preparing for midterms and class registration for the upcoming semester this week.
On Sunday Oct. 21 over 100 Kean students participated in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk of Central New Jersey. Students attended and participated in the walk to raise awareness for breast cancer during breast cancer awareness month.
The selection process to become a Resident Assistant (RA) for 2019-2020 has officially begun! The Office of Residential Student Services (RSS) is looking to hire new students to undertake the role of providing safety and comfort to the students that reside on campus.
With the coming of fall brings the coming of a period of transition for both students and the environment on college campuses across the nation.
Kean landed one of the hottest rappers of the year as Lil Baby graced the Wilkins Theatre stage alongside fellow Atlanta rapper, Asian Doll, Wednesday, Oct. 17. The two performed hits that have been played throughout campus for several weeks prior.
This past week, beginning Monday, Oct. 8, the Greek Senate and the Northeast Greek Leadership Association (NGLA) hosted Mental Health Awareness Week. The purpose of these events was to raise awareness, erase the stigma surrounding mental health and support those who are suffering.
On Oct. 10, Student Government held the Self-Awareness Fair in the Commuter Resource Center (CRC) for students interested in exploring their own wellness.
The Kean University School of General Studies hosted the Major and Minor Exploration Fair on Monday, Oct. 8 from 3:15 to 4:30 p.m. in Downs Hall. Intending to help out students that may be uncertain about their intended area of study, over 40 majors and minors were represented.
Having finished the first month of the Fall 2018 semester, Kean students have fully eased into another school year filled with stress and responsibilities. It is imperative that students acquire good coping mechanisms that will help them to continue steadily toward success.
Involvement Week lasted from Sept. 18 to Sept. 28 with a bevy of events for students and student groups to participate in. Student groups participated in Involvement Games for the chance to win the following prizes: $500 for first place, $250 for second place and a pizza party for third place.