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The women’s volleyball team is hosting its one and only tournament of the spring semester on Sunday, April 15 at the Harwood Arena. The team is scheduled to play Seton Hall University, New York University, Bloomfield College, and the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Stevens University will also be attending; however, they will not be competing against Kean.
On April 4, the Lambda Theta Alpha Sorority hosted Flourish in the Miron Student Center’s Greek Lounge. The event had a purpose of celebrating self-love, natural beauty, and acceptance.
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Kean University has campuses across New Jersey as well as one in China. However, one campus that is around the corner that students may not be so familiar with is the East Campus, located on 215 North Avenue, in Hillside, New Jersey.
On the evening of Thursday, April 5, over a dozen of Kean University's most talented and artistically gifted students made their way to the Miron Student Center (MSC) Little Theatre in the first-ever Kean's Got Talent talent show. From 7 to 10 p.m., amazingly talented students wooed the crowd with their creative songs, dance routines, poems, raps and other unique talents for a great cause.
On Tuesday, April 3, the Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Task Force (AToD) set out to educate students on sexual assault awareness.
Kean University is an educational institution that prides itself in its ability to showcase the unity within the student body. The Greek Senate at Kean shows Greek unity by coming together to compete in various athletic and non-athletic events.
Pictured (from left to right): Lauretta Farrell, D. Litt, Koang Duoluony, President Dawood Farahi, Donya Nassar and Sally Bruno. These four speakers gave four memorable presentations to groups of college, high school and middle school students about the importance of human rights at this Human Rights Conference on Friday, March 23.
Kean's Union campus is both a growing and pleasing environment.
On the morning of Friday, March 23, hordes of college, high school, middle school and elementary school students packed the house in what was a memorable experience at the 11th annual Human Rights Conference, titled Seeking Refuge: Immigration and Forced Migration Around the World. Multiple human rights activists took the time to speak to all of the students who would then leave with a newfound knowledge about human rights and why it is necessary to prioritize.
Four panelists and renowned keynote speaker Renee Wolf Koubiadis caught the attention of an inquisitive audience for a three and a half-hour discussion about social inequality in the second annual No Hate Town Hall Meeting at Kean University.
As Kean students and members of the Kean community filled the confines of the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Building, the people inside of the gathering knew before the day even began that this event was one of acceptance, tolerance, understanding and the fight against bigotry.
Kean Research Days is an annual event that celebrates the culmination of both creative and research-based experiences and endeavors through a series of events spanning two days. This is an event that is campus-wide with the goal of bringing together both students and faculty from all sectors at Kean.
On Tuesday, March 20, Soledad O'Brien came to Kean University to discuss the #MeToo movement and its effects as part of Kean's Distinguished Lecture Series.
On Sunday, March 25, 2018, Kean University students helped to clean up Warinanco Park as part of Union County Parks' Adopt-A-Park program.
On Sunday, March 18, the eighth annual Women's History Month took place in the Wilkins Theatre from 3 to 5 p.m.
On Tuesday, March 6, Kean held its CultureFest at Downs Hall.
Student Organization and P.U.L.S.E. kicked off Unity Week with activities and displays of culture in the Miron Student Center Atrium on Monday, March 5. The Miron Student Center was decorated with flags from a variety of cultures and countries. Students were welcome to enjoy the diversity all around them.
Kean University hosted its very own Chinese Lantern Festival on Thursday, March 1, 2018 at the Miron Student Center Atrium.
The MLK Week of Service here at Kean University took place from Feb. 15 to Feb. 25. This span was filled with numerous service projects that provided many students with opportunities to play an instrumental role in the community. More importantly, it was a week that honored Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a man who was not only focused on civil rights but also on the community. These service projects were all organized by the Center for Leadership and Service (CLS).