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As March is Women’s History Month, people take the time to reflect and honor the achievements of women. This month gives many the chance to appreciate and pave the way for women who are making a difference in the world. At Kean University, students reflect on what Women’s History Month means to them and who they honor during this time.
With March being Women’s History Month, Kean University is celebrating with many different events, including the Women’s Empowerment Series. Through the collaborative efforts of Kean Athletics and the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, the university welcomed an inspiring woman to be the guest speaker at the event.
Commencement is a time for students to celebrate the accomplishments they’ve made at Kean University. From making lasting friendships to expanding their knowledge, everyone has had the opportunity to learn something new over the past few years. With graduation around the corner, students should look out for the upcoming dates leading up to the big day.
Tuesday, February 14 is Valentine’s Day. This holiday of love, as some might call it, is celebrated worldwide with hearts, candy, flowers, and more.
On Tuesday, January 31, crowds of students came out for Kean University’s Student Involvement and Employment Fair. From 12 to 4 p.m., the chatter and laughs of students could be heard throughout the Mirson Student Center. The clubs and organizations set up tables and were ready to showcase the interesting and unique qualities of their groups.
In February, students can expect to see numerous events dedicated to celebrating Black history. On Wednesday, February 1, Kean University will kick off Black History Month by celebrating Black excellence for the entire day.
On Wednesday, January 18, students, alumni and others gathered in Harwood Arena to meet the Greeks. From 6 to 10:30 p.m. students interested in joining a sorority or fraternity got the chance to meet with Greek Life.
The holiday season means something different for everyone. The best part is that everyone celebrates the holidays in their own way. Between Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Boxing Day and more, students share how they celebrate the holiday season.
On Thursday, December 8, the Kean P.U.L.S.E. Programming Board held its final event of the semester, Silent Disco. This night took place at Downs Hall from 9 p.m. to 12 a.m.
Do you have a love and appreciation for music? Are you looking for a place to share that love with others? If so, then students should consider joining Kean’s newest club, Kean Playlist.
On Friday, December 9, Kean Dance Theatre is hosting its annual winter showcase. This year’s performance will be held in Wilkins Theatre from 7 to 8 p.m. It’s catered to fit everyone’s taste because there will be a little bit of everything there.
Many students attend college in order to achieve a brighter future. Despite the future being unpredictable, people question what they’ll be like in the years to come. Members of the Kean community share the messages that they have for their future selves.
During the season of giving, Kean University is doing its part in helping those less fortunate. Hosted by the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA), Ryan’s Toy Round-Up is in full swing this semester.
Attending college is a huge decision that can help people prepare for their futures. However, it can sometimes be hard to financially support this choice. Fortunately, Kean University provides students with scholarship opportunities to help alleviate their financial stress.
On Wednesday, November 30, Kean Musical Movements will be hosting its annual showcase at Wilkins Theatre. Here, the group will present their dances to all of the Kean community.
From September to December students are juggling homework, exams, studying, classes, socializing and so much more. So at the halfway-point of the semester, they share how they are doing so far.
Continuing the tradition at Kean University, the Student Government Association Class of 2023, 2024 and 2025 held an event to celebrate the Day of the Dead. On Tuesday, November 1 at 6 p.m., students socialized and painted ceramic skulls for the occasion.
Getting an on-campus job is an amazing way to get involved at Kean, learn new skills and receive compensation for hard work. With a variety of departments, students are bound to find an office or department that fits their interests.
Around campus and beyond, Kean University students took initiative during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
College is a mix of students who commute and live on campus. During the week, an average student's day is filled with classes, homework, clubs, and studying. The weekends can be tricky because many don't know what to do on their days off. Luckily, there is never a dull moment at Kean.