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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.
On Tuesday, Sept. 18, the College of Liberal Arts (CLA) held its first convocation in Wilkins Theatre. The purpose of this event was to welcome new and returning students to the CLA and inspire them for this academic year and the remainder of their time at Kean University.
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.
Students often find themselves torn between standing out on campus or blending in. It is this dilemma that can often instill doubts inside students' minds as to whether or not they are truly making the most of their college experience here at Kean. For Jonathan Ibarra, it was with unwavering certainty that he wanted to leave his mark on this campus.
Kean University is an institution that prides itself in its ability to develop students into leaders who wish to make an impact for the Kean community. Alyssa Edgar is one of these prized students. Edgar, a sophomore studying communications with a concentration in public relations, is involved in the Student Organization of Kean University as the assistant secretary, a silver leader in the Leadership Institute and a member of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA).
Linda Vallejo's American Latinx exhibition is being held at Kean University's Karl and Helen Burger Gallery until Friday, Dec. 14.
On Friday Sept. 14, Kean Day came to Cougar Walk. This lively event is hosted by the Miron Student Center (MSC) every fall semester and is one of the most popular events throughout the year. It allows student organizations and clubs of all types to present themselves to the student body in a fun and casual way. It gives everyone a chance to learn about all of the organizations that Kean has to offer.
Liberty Hall Museum at Kean University will be hosting its second Liberty Hall Dance Festival in partnership with Buggé Ballet Saturday, Sept. 29 from 1 to 4 p.m. This event consists of professional dance performances that are inspired by significant moments in history and will take place all around the Liberty Hall Museum property.
Attention all students, flu season is here! In order to increase awareness and spread knowledge of the flu, the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) Vaccine Preventable Disease Program (VPDP) implemented the inaugural New Jersey College and University Flu Challenge.
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.
Most students who graduate from high school are only aware of the conventional method of learning in college, which is through a class setting. Skills that are important for success in the future can also be developed through online courses as well. With that being said, Kean University has created an accessible and easier way for students to learn from the comfort of their home.
One lucky student will have the chance to experience a day in the life of Jonathan Mercantini, the current Dean of the College of Liberal Arts. In turn, Mercantini will observe a day in the life of the student.
Kean University has the privilege of facilitating departments and buildings that allow development for one's future.
On Wednesday, Sept. 12 in Harwood Arena, the Greek community gathered for this semester's Meet the Greeks event! This was an opportunity for Kean students who might have been interested in joining the campus Greek community. Over 20 Greek organizations consisting of fraternities and sororities alike, all attended and presented their organizations for students to join.
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.
The Center for Leadership and Service (CLS) is excited to hold two future service projects for Jersey Cares' Earth Keepers program and needs student volunteers. The service projects take place on Thursday, Sept. 20 and Friday, Sept. 28.
Kean University's Liberty Hall Museum will be closing its ongoing exhibit, Brothers in Arms: Memories of the Great War and will begin an expansion on the topic with a series of lectures set to begin Thursday, Sept. 27.
College can be a considerably stressful time for students. Many feel overwhelmed by their classes, work, financial responsibilities, social standing, and many other aspects of life. Kean University is dedicated to making sure the well-being of students is always a top priority.
Kean Stage's 2018-2019 season will be opening up with Broadway star and Jersey native, Bebe Neuwirth. Neuwirth will be presenting her cabaret act, "Stories with Piano," Sept. 15 and 16 with performances at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday and 3 p.m. on Sunday at the Enlow Recital Hall located on East Campus in Hillside, N.J.
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.