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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.
On campus, she is known as Ruby, former Kean University basketball player, African Student Association member and Science, Technology and Mathematics (STEM) program student. However, if one were to look her up on YouTube, they would be transported into the world of Lavish Ruby, a self-started YouTube vlogger.
Ever wondered about the clubs and organizations at Kean University? Equality for All (EFA) is a non-funded club that emphasizes a Gay/Straight Alliance.
Kean University is an institution that prides itself on its ability to offer students different mechanisms to study and to learn. One of those mechanisms is located at the heart of the University in the Nancy Thompson Library.
History repeats itself unless people learn from the past. When hindsight is perfect vision, people should be able to distinguish the mistakes made years before to make better decisions for years to come.
The Nancy Thompson Library is Kean University's very own library designed to meet the educational needs of students and faculty. Located in the center of Kean University, the library contains a comprehensive print and online collection accessible through the library's website.
Finally introducing the cafe and bakery located in the North Avenue Academic Building (NAAB), Au Bon Pain is now open to all students and faculty.
What is the Human Rights Institute?
The Office of Residential Student Services (RSS) takes care of all on-campus housing and resident students at Kean University.
The Liberty Hall Museum in Union, NJ has grown the past 200 years from being a 14-room Georgian style home to a 50-room Victorian style mansion. Originally the home of New Jersey's first elected governor and signer of the Constitution, William Livingston, now serves as a museum that houses extensive collections of antique furniture, ceramics, textiles, toys and tools owned by seven generations of the Livingston and Kean families.
Kean University prioritizes the well-being and safety of its students, which is why the Student Health Services is available for them.
At the tail end of both finals week and the 2017 spring semester, students had one more opportunity to lend a helping hand in the community before they dove headfirst into summer break. Like many times before, the Center for Leadership and Success organized a volunteer event at the Community Food Bank of New Jersey on May 12, 2017.
The Counseling Center at Kean University is there for students who are weighed down by stress and other issues. Located at Downs Hall room 127, the center seeks to expedite students dealing with their issues in a way that will allow both their college life and academic performances be the best they could be.