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Some practices for keeping the Earth clean can include recycling, reducing water usage, creating composts and more. At Kean University, being green and environmentally friendly is encouraged and students are eager to suggest how the university can make a difference in saving the planet.
Research Days are a great opportunity for students and faculty alike to spotlight their work and gain proper recognition. With this year’s celebration happening between Monday, April 24 and Wednesday, April 26, It’s important for students to know the deadlines so that they can participate in this year's celebration.
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.
Black History Month began on Wednesday, February 1 and Americans across the country are celebrating the many achievements of African Americans and Black culture. At Kean University, there are several events held on campus to commemorate Black History Month.
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.
It’s officially that time when everyone is trying to start fresh and rebrand their lives for the new year. However, according to the University of Alabama at Birmingham Medicine, less than eight percent accomplish their resolutions. Despite the bad reputation, Kean students share their goals and resolutions for this year and the spring semester.
Kean Stage is known for bringing and presenting cultures through musical productions. This year is no different as Kean Stage has an array of upcoming performances for the spring semester. Students can look forward to seven unique acts throughout the semester.
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.
With the start of a new year, many are partaking new hobbies while accomplishing their 2023 resolutions. Some students are completing their goals by taking advantage of Kean P.U.L.S.E. 's Sleigh Big with Kean skip trip. This trip will truly give students an opportunity to learn a skill while building friendships.
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.
Kwanzaa is a celebration of culture, tradition and community. Dr. Maulana Karenga created Kwanzaa in 1966 to uplift and celebrate Black Americans. In the midst of racial turbulance, Karenga wanted to create a holiday that reaffirmed the excellence of the African American community while informing them about their heritage and the contributions of their ancestors.
Being president of a university affords one the opportunity to propose sweeping changes. Kean University is filled with groups of diverse students who have very strong opinions. Students shared some of the changes they'd make if they were president of Kean University.
On December 1, students gathered at Kean Hall for the Student Town Hall meeting with Kean University President Lamont O. Repollet, Ed.D. Here, students spoke about the problems on campus and the solutions to solve them.
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.
Winter break is quickly approaching as college students wrap up their finals and semester. Many are wondering how to spend the few weeks that they'll have off before the spring semester. For those unsure of how to spend their time, they should consider traveling during this winter break.
Many feel that their lives are like a movie. With everything that goes on in everyday life, it is easy to see why. Students at Kean share what their life would be like as a movie or television series.
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.
Judaism is one of the oldest religions and cultures in the world and Kean University is adamant on providing a place for Jewish and non-Jewish students, alike, to celebrate it. Hillel is present on numerous college campuses worldwide and it strives to inspire, educate and provide students with knowledge about Judaism.
Finals week motivates students to effectively focus and study to pass their exams. As finals are approaching, scholars are picking their study partners, organizing their calendars, and preparing to end the semester happily. This year, a few Kean students chose to share what study methods work best for them during these academically strenuous times.
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.