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COVID-19 hit everyone unexpectedly. Most struggled to find jobs, some were laid off, and businesses were shut down due to this chaotic pandemic. It took almost three years for life to go back to "normal." Kean University students' lives have forever changed due to COVID-19.
The start of a new semester is different for everyone, especially if it’s your first year at a new university. Being a freshman can be overwhelming and starting a new semester is never as easy as it seems. Kean University seniors are here to give advice for this year's freshmen class.
Some take the college experience for granted because they forget past generations didn't have the same opportunity to attend or finish college. This results in many becoming first-generation college students. While it's a big responsibility, this is also an amazing opportunity for first-generation students.
Commuters tend to experience college differently than residential students. While commuters travel between classes and home, residents get to live and breath the campus experience. Kean University ensures that commuters can always have a way to connect and partake in campus life.
It is important for people to keep themselves protected and out of harm’s way. Luckily, the Kean community has several groups who prioritize their safety.
Kean University's annual Homecoming events were held from Sept. 28 to Oct. 1. The events started with a comedy show and ended with the big Homecoming game. It was a great opportunity to bring the students, alumni, and faculty together. Let the festivites begin!
The conclusion to Kean's series of Homecoming events included a pep rally, the tailgate, and the football game. These events happened between Sept. 30 and Oct. 1.
Kean University offers many sports and intramural options, but there is one club that encompasses both. The Ski and Snowboard Club gives people a chance to explore something new by partaking in winter-based sports. This club is interested in welcoming new members with light and friendly competition.
For Kean community members wanting to share their short stories, poems, photography, and other forms of creative work, Blank Slate is here for you.
This semester Kean has expanded its parking options and features for all on campus.
Breast cancer has unfortunately become an all too common term in today’s vocabulary but what is breast cancer?
Life as a college freshman can be hard, especially in a new environment surrounded by all new people. Kean University's incoming freshman class is the biggest one in history with about 4,000 new students enrolled. With so many newcomers, students are trying out new ways to adapt to this new stage in their life.
On Saturday, Sept. 24, Kean University celebrated it's second annual Jazz and Roots Music Festival. Music lovers flocked to the Lawn at Enlow Hall in Hillside, New Jersey to listen to the sounds of jazz, blues, and reggae.
From Sept.15 to Oct. 15, people celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. This is a celebration for the contributions of Americans whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America.
On Sept. 21, Harwood Arena welcomed students, alumni, faculty, and visitors to the greatly anticipated Meet the Greeks event. Meet the Greeks is an event where fraternities and sororities from far and wide gather to spread their word and recruit new members.
Students who have been on campus long enough may have noticed them. There are a few in the Miron Student Center, Nancy Thompson Library, Hennings Hall and other buildings across campus. What are they? Vending machines, of course.
Kean University invites students to enjoy the events of the 2022 Homecoming Week. This year’s homecoming theme is “Kean Hollywood Blue Carpet Homecoming Celebration.”
If Kean Cougars are looking for something to do on a Wednesday night from 9 p.m. to 12 a.m., then they are in luck. On Oct. 12, Kean P.U.L.S.E. Programming Board will be hosting a drive-in movie at the East Campus parking lot.
The right to vote is something that hasn't always been accessible to everyone but, now that it is, many are not taking advantage of their right. Incoming generations see voting as a chore, thinking it's too hard or too late for them to register. Some even believe their singular vote will not make a change. Kean Voting Squad is here to prove them wrong.
Each year approximately 24,000 college student either contemplate or attempt suicide. About 1,100 student succeed in their attempt, making suicide one of the leading causes of death in college students. September is National Suicide Prevention Month and here is what Kean University is doing to let their students know how many people are rooting for them to succeed.