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Valeria Cruz (middle right) a member of Latin sorority Lambda Theta Alpha and one of the many volunteering mentors to the young children on the day, contributed her time to the service program while also leaving lasting memories for the students to take home.
"If your actions inspire others to aspire more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader!"
Love video games? Well, there are a ton of students at Kean University who love to play video games, especially the most iconic games in the Super Smash Bros. series. Kean Smash at Kean University is a non-funded student organization that hosts meetings every Friday at the Nathan Weiss Graduate College student lounge, room 203. Their meetings are not just any other club's regular meetings -- they play Super Smash Bros. from 4 to 10 p.m., sometimes even longer!
Kean University is known for creating and helping students develop and learn different skills such as leadership, communication and professionalism. One way students can be involved is through the Leadership Institute, which houses Jorge Morales, a freshman studying psychology.
Students are encouraged to join the Center for Leadership and Service (CLS) for the Grow-a-Row volunteer opportunity on Saturday, Nov. 18. from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Milford Farm. This is a perfect volunteer opportunity for anyone who likes to get their hands dirty in the great outdoors.
Theatre Conservatory takes its time to develop and perfect each and all of its plays. One of the plays that students will have the opportunity to enjoy is "The Boys Next Door".
Michael Rizzo, the premiere meteorologist from News 12: The Bronx & Brooklyn, New York, spoke to Kean students about the importance of making dreams into realities.
Thanksgiving is coming up and it is a time to celebrate what people are thankful for. Although, some people tend to forget those who are not able to spend Thanksgiving in a warm house full of food.
A senior majoring in criminal justice, Hungerford's goals of being a successful middle linebacker for the football team include winning a third straight bowl game for his last year.
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.
Meteorologist Michael Rizzo from News 12 in Bronx and Brooklyn, New York gave a memorable presentation to members of the Kean student body at Hennings Hall Room 113, Thursday, Oct. 26. The speech included information about Rizzo's occupation, the importance of working hard to achieve a degree, and the significance of making students' dreams into realities.
As college students, it can be a struggle to find places to go or things to do for a reasonable price. This does not mean students should give in to expensive prices. Luckily, Kean University is located in a town that is busy and has many options for students.
Kean University is known for its ability to bring awareness to issues in the United States and all over the world.
Winter is coming faster than you know it, yet there is still enough time to engage in a lot of fall activities. Much of the fall events are centered around Halloween. However, there are many more events that individuals can participate in before winter rolls in. Here's a list of activities that students can do before winter comes.
Student Organization and funded groups gathered together in Miron Student Center (MSC), room 228 for the Fuzzy Friends community service project on Friday, Oct. 27. This community service project was done in conjunction with Family Promise.
Murder Mystery at the Liberty Hall Museum will take place on Saturday, Nov. 11. Happening for the second year in a row, this is one of the many events that the museum has planned for the fall season.