History comes to life with augmented reality

Professor Ed Johnston and student researchers demonstrating Liberty Hall 360
Photo courtesy of KeanLift

By Rose Marie Kitchen l Published Nov. 10, 2016 Reliving history and embracing the 1700s has become easier than ever before thanks to a newly developed augmented reality. Under the guidance of professor Ed Johnston, student researchers within the Michael Graves College have announced Liberty Hall 360. “Our liberty hall 360 project celebrates an important moment in the history of […]

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Distressed to impress


By Maggie Ortuso l Published November 10, 2016 Shelly Rodriguez, a senior at Kean University, has designed and created a clothing line. The line is called Distressed by Shelly, and it is inspired by vintage clothing. “I got the idea because there was a $200 shirt I wanted but could not afford,” says Rodriguez. “Then I figured, why can’t I […]

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Adult social group 50 years strong

Adult social group volunteers. From left to right Christina Manago, Kerry Sweeny, Ryan Aspinwall, and Cynthia Torres. Credit: Joshua Rosario

By Joshua Rosario | Published Nov. 10, 2016 Every Wednesday throughout the semester, Kean Community Outreach Coordinator Ina White and a group of Kean student volunteers, host a social group for adults with developmental disabilities in the East Campus. The members of the group are provided light refreshments paid by their membership fees. Th e volunteers play games with the […]

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Will new sign be added to zodiac?

Astrological clock at Venice by Zachariel

By Adrianna Ruffo l Published Nov. 10, 2016 According to a recent blog post written by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the long-forgotten 13th sign of the zodiac, Ophiuchus, has resurfaced. Ophiuchus, also known as the “serpent bearer” is between Sagittarius and Scorpius on the zodiac calendar. The mystery of the 13th sign has been studied for thousands […]

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