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On Thursday, Nov. 14, a line formed throughout the hallway on the third floor of the Miron Student Center (MSC) room 315, for the Global Harvest. An event hosted by the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, many student groups and cultural departments came out to be part of the event. Students who attended the event came to support and enjoy food from the Asian studies department, the Africana studies department, Filipino Uniting Nations at Kean (FUNK), and Kean University Hillel.
Kean University is known for guiding and creating influential people who succeed in their craft. Marc Louis Rosario, a recent Kean Graduate '17 was given the honorable title of a semi-finalist for one of many Adobe Design Achievement Awards.
The Health Services here at Kean University hope to serve its students and to inform them of opportunities that can benefit them mentally, physically and emotionally. On Wednesday Nov. 29, from 1 to 4 p.m. the Health Services will open services to students. The services will include free HIV testing, gonorrhea and chlamydia testing.
Kean University is home to many students who take part in the many organizations and clubs on campus. They participate in these groups to make differences in any way they can for things they care the most about; Frank Schupp is one of those students.
The author of Michael Graves' first biography will be present at Kean to sign copies his book on Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017.
Iota Rho chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha hosted its first annual strolling competition Wednesday, Nov. 15, inside Wilkens Theater from 8 to 10 p.m. The competition titled Stroll Like an Alpha allowed teams from Montclair University, New Jersey City Universit (NJCU) y, Bloomfield College, Rutgers University Newark and Kean University to perform choreographed dances, strolls and step performances to a packed crowd in Wilkins theater.
Thursday, Nov. 16, Kean Dance Theater (KDT) hosted its third annual Prime Time Powderpuff Game in support of breast cancer awareness. Members of KDT and students of Kean volunteered to play in a flag football game against William Patterson University. The proceeds from the night went toward the American Cancer Society.
At Kean University, there are more than 160 student clubs and organizations that are active. From cultural groups to student government, there are so many opportunities for students to be involved and informed. This fall 2017 semester, four new student groups have been created and added to Cougar Link.
Author of the biography "Michael Graves: Design for Life", Ian Volner, will be making an official visit to Kean University on Thursday, Nov. 16. At noon, Volner will be signing copies of his book in room 406 of the Green Lane Academic Building (GLAB) for students, faculty, and fans.
Dihzae Bailey, a sophomore studying architecture shares his philosophy for his success and ability to be proactive at Kean University.
On Friday, Nov. 10, the Military Veterans Club held the Veterans Day Ceremony in the Miron Student Center room 228. Students, faculty, and veterans gathered together to honor our nation's soldiers.
The KU Poetry Club is a creative writing group composed of individuals who are interested in music, spoken word and art. During the semester they hold six general body meetings where each member is encouraged to explore different styles of writing, techniques and prompts.
This campus is full of familiar faces, but everyone has a unique story. Some students may know her from the Silver Leadership program, but others may know her as an usher for Kean Stage. Kiara Ramirez, sophomore English literature major, has achieved so much in just two years.
It is no surprise if students question what will happen to them after graduation. Right now, everyone seems to focus on the goal of graduating, but after that can be a mystery.
Kean University is proud of its athletics and all that the individual teams are able to accomplish. The success of the athletics programs is a product of the diligence and dedication of each and every student athlete. Megan Houser is one of these exceptional student athletes who contributes to the success of Kean University's field hockey team.
Kendra Clark, a senior studying Criminal Justice, is all about being pro-Kean. She is involved in many activities that benefit her and the Kean community.
Alpha Phi Alpha will host their annual strolling competition at Wilkins Theater on the evening of Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017!
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!"