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Cougars in Motion, a Kean organization dedicated to the filming process, has recently started meeting again for the 2018-2019 school year. While it has been active for about four years, this club has given students a creative outlet and the opportunity to become immersed in the world of film.
This year's homecoming festivities are taking place from Wednesday, Oct. 17 to Sunday, Oct. 21. This year’s theme is a blast from the past that aims to delight the young and old alike: Star Wars.
Kean makes it easier for students to get involved with its variety of clubs, Greek organizations, honor societies, athletics, and student government. However, knowledge regarding the inner workings of these organizations and the process of establishing funded and non-funded groups is less common among regular students.
On the 17th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, the Center for Leadership and Service hosted a remembrance ceremony in the Human Rights Institute.
Election Day is fast approaching, with this year’s date falling on Nov. 6. In order to aid students in exercising this key constitutional right, the Center for Leadership and Service is hosting a variety of voter registration drives throughout both September and October.
The Rebuilding Warriors Raffle Drawing took place May 1 on the Miron Student Center Patio. This service project, conducted by Student Organization, focused on selling raffle tickets for $5 apiece in order to raise money for purchasing service dogs for student veterans at Kean.
One of the many sectors of Kean’s education options is the College of Business and Public Management (CBPM). This school’s opportunities are thorough and unique, as it not only prepares students through classes, but provides valuable resources and hands-on experiences as well.
Kean’s School of Management and Marketing hosted its Business Plan Competition finals in the Miron Student Center Little Theatre, April 12. The event allowed the various groups to present their business plans in front of a live audience and a panel of judges, and then the most promising groups were awarded a total of $10,000 in prizes.
On April 17, Kean University will host Abraham H. Foxman from Manhattan’s Museum of Jewish Heritage in a conversation titled Is Antisemitism Respectable Again? This event, which will be held in the Miron Student Center Little Theatre at 7:30 p.m., is only the first of a series of events taking place throughout April in honor of Genocide Awareness Month.
As of April 5, Kean’s Student Organization has a new president-elect. Francisco Reyes was named president of the board for the 2018-2019 school year with 78.46 percent of the vote after the election period that took place from April 3 to April 5.
On March 20, the Kean University field hockey team was awarded a Zag Field Hockey/NFHCA Division III National Academic Team Award. This award is only presented to teams that have an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher for the fall semester, which the Cougars met and surpassed with a team GPA of 3.6. Only 131 Division III Field Hockey teams, including the Cougars, earned the distinction this season.
The Graduate and Part-Time Student Council elections have finally arrived after the application and campaign periods, taking place from April 3 at 9 a.m. to April 5 at 5 p.m.
While most students do not have to worry about being on campus until 8 a.m. at the earliest, for the past couple months Kean’s athletic teams have been gathering in the Harwood Arena before the sun rises in order to train under the football coaching staff.