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During the week of October 17, 2016, field hockey star Krista LaMaina won New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Offensive Player of the Week and also received the honor of National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) National Player of the Week.
A junior majoring in global fitness and wellness, Alexander De La Cruz may seem like the typical student, but when not going to classes on a daily basis; he is an emergency medical technician (EMT).
Excellence is the foundation of all organizations housed by Kean University. But one organization in particular embodies excellence and instills that mindset into all of its members.
As a senior, Ashley Buchanan is eager to see what comes after graduation. Similar to fellow graduating seniors, Buchanan’s feelings on the future are a concoction of anticipation and nerves, excited eagerness with an overwhelming touch of unease.
As many have heard while attending college, take the opportunity to learn about the field one wishes to enter, whether it is getting an internship, part-time job or obtaining a leadership role. Doing so helps a student understand what to expect before plunging into a certain field.
Helping Kean University's Women's Tennis team, Alyssa Peterson, was part of the team earning its third straight 5-4 win against Baruch College.
One of the fastest job growths in the industry today is physical therapy (PT).
A transfer student from Hudson County College, Megan Barbosa obtained her associate's degree and decided to continue her education at Kean University for her junior year.
The year 2016 marks junior Tahjane Whitsett's third consecutive year serving on her class's executive board.
A community and international service club, Rotary is a non-religious, non-political and non-profit organization that is a part of a worldwide effort to promote peace and international understanding.
Kean University students are making the lives of children battling cancer a little brighter, one hat at a time, through Love Your Melon (LYM).
The Kean University Anime Society (KUAS) is a funded student organization that provides knowledge of outside cultures by promoting cultural entertainment such as Japanese animated cartoons (anime), wearing clothes that relate to a specific novel, video game, anime or movie character (cosplay), Japanese pop music (J-pop) and Korean pop music (K-pop).
Stephanie Cerna has been busy volunteering her time to those who need it most.
In four 90 minute soccer games, how likely would it be that one can prevent all shots from scoring even once? Bryce Horn proves himself worthy of being able to turn away a total of 31 shots over two games, earning him the title of New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Soccer Defensive Player of the week of October 11, 2016.
Many students may wonder what they should do while in college to kick start their career before graduation bestows upon them. Luckily for some students, they do not have to worry about that, like senior Kevin Castaneda, who is majoring in public relations.
There have been attempts to create a Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) in the past, but these attempts failed to remain consistent.
Midfielder Jenna Patrone was named New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Field Hockey Rookie of the Week on October 11, 2016, after helping the Cougars score wins over Ramapo College and SUNY Oneonta.
A 2011 Kean University graduate of the business management program, Marni McSween-Farmer is back at Kean University en route to pursuing the physician assistant program.
It is known that many students while in college can and or have won awards for creating innovating projects. The last award handed out to a group of students that the Kean University community heard of was of the group of students who created the Ultimate Resident Hall.
Earth Science Club (ESC) is a funded organization that is open to all majors. The club helps provide an understanding of earth science and its phenomena, not just to earth science majors. This organization is open to any students interested in learning about anything in the earth science field.