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At Kean University, students can expect to be immersed in a community that strives to build a comfortable and enjoyable setting. With that being said, whether students are residents or commuters, they can find something that will provide them with the essentials to be successful.
On Oct. 10, Student Government held the Self-Awareness Fair in the Commuter Resource Center (CRC) for students interested in exploring their own wellness.
Kean University is an institution that strives to build a community that is accepting and helpful for all students, faculty and community members. In an environment where students are given the opportunity to join clubs and organizations of different creed, Cru serves as an organization that provides an outlet for Christian believers on campus.
Many students at Kean University boast a high level of involvement. However, for sophomore Christian Gleim, the term “involved” takes on a whole new level of meaning.
Ever wanted to study abroad, but didn't have the time to dedicate a whole year or semester in doing so?
Kean’s American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA) is a campus chapter of the national organization that aims to accelerate women in medical fields and increase the overall health of women. The organization was founded in 1915 and has been active at Kean for approximately three years.
Jon Meacham will be opening Kean University's Distinguished Lecture Series with his lectures on American Politics and Current Events beginning Wednesday, Oct. 24 at 4:30 p.m. in the North Avenue Academic Building (NAAB) Auditorium.
The Kean University School of General Studies hosted the Major and Minor Exploration Fair on Monday, Oct. 8 from 3:15 to 4:30 p.m. in Downs Hall. Intending to help out students that may be uncertain about their intended area of study, over 40 majors and minors were represented.
Kean University is known for a world-class affordable education. The university pushes this goal further with offerings of multiple scholarships. The Kean Foundation scholarship application opened Monday, Oct. 1, 2018 and will close Friday, March 1, 2019 and is available for all Kean student applicants.
On Oct. 14, Lambda Theta Phi Fraternity Inc. will be hosting their first annual Fraternal Charity Futbol Cup from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Kean Alumni Stadium. This event will be centered around competition and charity in hopes of raising a ton of awareness and donations for the Children's Specialized Hospital and the Special Olympics of New Jersey.
Kean Gospel Choir will be holding a free gospel concert to celebrate the release of their first single, "Behold Him." The gospel concert will take place Sunday, Oct. 21 at 6 p.m. in Agape House of Worship at 239 E First Ave. in Roselle, New Jersey.
Construction will begin shortly for a new building for the College of Business and Public Management at Kean University's Union campus. Expected to be completed in 2020, the building will be state of the art in business education.
Students at Kean can be a voice for their community through the Student Organization of Kean University. With that being said, every school year Student Organization allows freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors the ability to be a part of a group of individuals who advocate for their class.
Having finished the first month of the Fall 2018 semester, Kean students have fully eased into another school year filled with stress and responsibilities. It is imperative that students acquire good coping mechanisms that will help them to continue steadily toward success.
The Center for International Studies hosted this semester’s Study Abroad Fair Sept. 27 in the Center for Academic Success (CAS) Atrium. The fair provided students with information and the opportunity to speak with representatives from the various study abroad programs students can take advantage of at Kean.
Involvement Week lasted from Sept. 18 to Sept. 28 with a bevy of events for students and student groups to participate in. Student groups participated in Involvement Games for the chance to win the following prizes: $500 for first place, $250 for second place and a pizza party for third place.
Oftentimes, college students are feeling more down than up in terms of money. One goes to college for their respective careers, but what about in the meantime?
Since 1985, the United States has recognized October as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In honor of this designation, Kean will be holding various events throughout the month in order to raise awareness of the disease and funds for finding a cure.
Behind every event and meeting hosted by Kean’s many organizations, there are executive board officers working hard to make sure that every aspect has been thoroughly organized and planned. One of these officers is sophomore Lydia Schustermann, the secretary of Kean’s Hillel.
The One Stop Service Center recently changed location to the first floor of the Maxine & Jack Lane Center for Academic Success (CAS). At this new central location, the staff is more than willing to resolve any student concerns and aid in resolving student issues.