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Rotaract In Action

Kean University Rotaract Action Club (KURAC) is a worldwide service organization that allows young adults to serve as leaders in the community. Rotaract will be made up of six new eboard members including president Stephanie Mera, vice president Michelle Duarte, secretary Akane Ueda, treasurer Mike Gonzalez, director of public relations Sarah Fedak, and advisor Bok Jeong.

A Closer Look Into: Women's and Gender Studies Program

Women's and Gender Studies is a program that focuses on investigating gender in the lives of all people, especially women. It also broadens the viewpoints by allowing students to understand the issues that affect women and others who deal with gender inequality. It is a course of study to enrich both academically and personally to provide insight on relevant in today's workplace, families, communities and the larger society.

Working Together to Work Better

The Physical Therapy Club at Kean University was established to help guide students aspiring to pursue careers in Physical Therapy. A main focus of the club is to help students hoping to get into graduate study programs in physical therapy. PT Club accomplishes this by inviting practicing physical therapists, physical therapy graduate students and physical therapy admission representatives to hold presentations for club members.  

To Plan, Or Not to Plan?

It is safe to say that when attending college one does not anticipate the moment of graduation to come, and when it does it is important to have a plan for the future. With graduation slowly inching its way, May 17, 2018, many students are waiting for the first day of liberty and freedom. For many seniors or students graduating early, this is the day they have waited for.