Campus Life

Celebrating Our Accomplishments

The Office of African Studies and Concerned Black Personnel (CBP) hosted its 32nd Annual African Heritage Graduation Ceremony on Saturday, May 5 at Wilkins Theater to celebrate the accomplishments of Kean students with African descent.   

Top Knotch Day Parade!

Thursday, May 3 Kean University Top Knotch, held a day parade to showcase their group and offer students with a fun day on the warm day. Held outside of the Miron Student Center, the Top Knotch Day Parade offered fresh squeezed lemonade, food, popcorn, cotton candy, activities and performances by the KU Dolls. The event was funded by Student Organization.

Crimes of War, Crimes of Atrocity: A Lecture By Dr. Lawrence Douglas

Renowned Amehurst College professor Lawrence Douglas, the James J. Grosfeld Professor of Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought at Amherst College in Amherst, Massachusetts gave an insightful lecture on the realities of historical events regarding the period of the Holocaust, and how the chronological happenings have made human rights a priority in the present day on the evening of Thursday, April 18, 2018.