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In May, students prepare for final exams, projects, and papers. In these times, students will rush and struggle to keep up with last-minute assignments for the semester. With finals on the horizon, students share their different study methods, feelings about finals, and what they do to relieve potential stress.
On Wednesday, April 19, the Kean P.U.L.S.E. Programming Board will be hosting its Night Market event. Students can look forward to free food and giveaways, unique vendors, and an unforgettable experience.
Kean University’s Founders 5K is an event that the Kean community won’t want to miss. This race celebrates Kean University’s inception in 1855 and will occur on Saturday, April 15.
On Monday, April 3, students gathered on the Miron Student Center Patio for a special event. From 3 to 5 p.m., Kean P.U.L.S.E. Programming Board presented its latest event, “Love is in the Hair.”
On Saturday, April 29, Kean University PRISM will host its second annual Pride Prom. At 7 p.m., students will have the opportunity to attend the event being held in the Kean University STEM Atrium. With a night full of dancing, partying, and fun, students won’t want to miss this unforgettable night.
The Office of Student Government ensures that students represent their peers so that everyone on campus can feel heard. This organization is represented by both the Student Government Association (SGA) and the Graduate Student Government (GSG). With election day starting Wednesday, April 5, students should know more about the GSG election candidates.
The 2023-2024 Student Government Elections are fast approaching. With the Student Government Association (SGA) being an active group on campus, students should vote so that their voices can be heard. With this year’s election, new Student Government candidates will be running.
Members of the Kean community are always willing to help one another and those in need. Students that are looking for volunteer opportunities should look into City Relief.
On Tuesday, March 21, Kean conducted its Women Empowerment Series by launching Play Like a Girl. In this panel, Brianna Shaw, event facilitator and women’s swimming team member, led this event to celebrate women in sports.
For most students, senior year can involve several pressure points. Factors like finals, internships, jobs, grades, and graduation can be stressors in one’s final year. Despite these factors, seniors at Kean can still reflect on their favorite memories and experiences at Kean.
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.
Spring break is a time of getaway for students worldwide and Kean University conducted its recess from Monday, March 6 through Sunday, March 12. Although it’s seen as a vacational period, students remained focused on their educational goals as spring break typically occurs midway through the semester. During this time, some may travel, work more hours, enjoy vacations, visit their families, and more.
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.
As students endure the pressures of maintaining their academic and social lives, it can be hard for them to find some free time. For some, downtime isn’t a necessity and for others, it can feel unattainable. Students at Kean University explained what their downtime looked like and how they chose to spend their breaks in between classes.
This semester, senior students are enjoying their final moments at Kean leading up to graduation. As they part with college life, they hold onto valuable lessons, unforgettable souvenirs, wholesome memories, and more. Between educational moments, making friends, and joining organizations, graduating seniors describe Kean University in one word.
For those looking to showcase their talents, students should consider joining First Love Kean Fellowship. This organization is perfect for students looking to embrace their creative side while worshiping God.
Kean University has hundreds of clubs for students to join as an extracurricular activity. Every organization is unique in its own way and students can always find at least one club that piques their interest. For those in the pre-medical community, there is a newly recognized club where they are sure to fit right in.
During Black History Month, communities often highlight the Black innovators of the world. Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, and Harriet Tubman are some of the most mentioned figures in regard to Black history. The legacy of Black innovators is impactful and necessary, so it’s also important to bring awareness to those who don’t get as much coverage in the media or in textbooks.
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.