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Hailey Cruz is a graduate student studying school counseling and will graduate in spring 2018. In fall of 2018, she plans to return to her post-masters program in licensed professional counseling (LPC). Cruz can also attest that she is a hard worker from the number of activities she is involved in at Kean University.
Katherine Caguana, a senior studying psychology with a minor in criminal justice and public administration, has achieved many accomplishments while at Kean University. While it is her last year here, she plans to continue her success and to implement new activities for students to be involved at Kean.
Francisco Reyes, a junior studying communications with a concentration in media and film, loves to be involved in all types of activities at Kean University. He prides himself in his ability to be involved and to get others involved as well. Kean University has given him the many opportunities to strengthen and better himself.
Kean University is home to many students who take part in the many organizations and clubs on campus. They participate in these groups to make differences in any way they can for things they care the most about; Frank Schupp is one of those students.
At Kean University, there are more than 160 student clubs and organizations that are active. From cultural groups to student government, there are so many opportunities for students to be involved and informed. This fall 2017 semester, four new student groups have been created and added to Cougar Link.
Dihzae Bailey, a sophomore studying architecture shares his philosophy for his success and ability to be proactive at Kean University.
This campus is full of familiar faces, but everyone has a unique story. Some students may know her from the Silver Leadership program, but others may know her as an usher for Kean Stage. Kiara Ramirez, sophomore English literature major, has achieved so much in just two years.
Kean University is proud of its athletics and all that the individual teams are able to accomplish. The success of the athletics programs is a product of the diligence and dedication of each and every student athlete. Megan Houser is one of these exceptional student athletes who contributes to the success of Kean University's field hockey team.
Kendra Clark, a senior studying Criminal Justice, is all about being pro-Kean. She is involved in many activities that benefit her and the Kean community.
Love video games? Well, there are a ton of students at Kean University who love to play video games, especially the most iconic games in the Super Smash Bros. series. Kean Smash at Kean University is a non-funded student organization that hosts meetings every Friday at the Nathan Weiss Graduate College student lounge, room 203. Their meetings are not just any other club's regular meetings -- they play Super Smash Bros. from 4 to 10 p.m., sometimes even longer!
Kean University is known for creating and helping students develop and learn different skills such as leadership, communication and professionalism. One way students can be involved is through the Leadership Institute, which houses Jorge Morales, a freshman studying psychology.
A senior majoring in criminal justice, Hungerford's goals of being a successful middle linebacker for the football team include winning a third straight bowl game for his last year.
As the Kean University Football team looks forward to closing out the season strong with a bowl victory, characteristics such as perseverance, hard work and teamwork resonate with the 96 members of the team. Listening to coaches, studying game film, giving the extra effort during every practice, and executing properly on the field seem to be the top priorities for every man that straps on a helmet every Saturday for the Cougars.
Caleb Lewis (far right) a member of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity, is pictured with the other Greek Organizations from the different schools that attended the fair.
Brothers from Kean University's Iota Rho chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity visited Irvington High School to teach students the importance of leadership, responsibility and hard work to achieve personal goals. On Saturday, Sept. 30, students were taught valuable lessons that they will carry with them as in their aspirations for higher education.
While majoring in communications and minoring in marketing and speech language hearing sciences, Ridgway has aspirations to lead both on and off the volleyball court.
Communication. Loyalty. Family. Respect.
Vice President Damion Wilson (Left) and President Gina Elwassemmi (Right) wish to make an impact in the communities surrounding Kean University with their new P.A.T.H Program.
The Prospering Above The Hardships (P.A.T.H.) organization, a student group aiming to incite change through mentorship and leadership, has developed at Kean University. Their objective is to give valuable life skills and studying habits to high school students in Newark, New Jersey.
Winners for homecoming king and queen were announced during halftime of the football game between Kean University and William Paterson University. On Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017, everyone who attended the game found out that the two lucky winners were Kevin Macalos for homecoming king and Fatizenebu Oyibo for homecoming queen.