Shannon Sheeehan is a Junior Communications major with a concentration in Public Relations and a minor in Marketing. She joined The Cougar's Byte staff in Spring 2018. After her time at Kean, Shannon hopes to start her professional career in Public Relations and/or Social Media.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month, which is a time for advocates to come together to raise awareness for this issue and spread education on the topic. During this time, communities and organizations work to help survivors, victims and those unaffected to learn about the signs and the proper ...
The Liberty Hall Museum is located on Kean’s Union campus and is a great place for students and the community alike to visit for a mix of education and entertainment. This fall, they are hosting many festive events for people to enjoy.
There are many aspects of wellness that students must balance to achieve overall wellness. One of these aspects is spiritual wellness, which is related to finding an overall meaning and purpose. While this seems very daunting, there are smaller scale things that students can do to makes steps to maintaining ...
Being a college student can come with a lot of stressors, but it is always important to check in on one's mental wellness. There are many different methods to do so, but detailed here will be some resources and activities offered directly by Kean University for its students.
The Cougar Climb was created in an effort to help students maximize their engagement on campus while achieving a timely graduation. With this roadmap, students can reach their fullest potential and have a successful undergraduate career.
Kean is home to many education majors with the dream of becoming a teacher one day. Tomorrow’s Teachers is an organization on campus designed to help connect these students to create a network of passionate potential educators.