Earth Science Club cleans the beach

Volunteers carried an “items collected” sheet to record data during the clean up. Credit: Paige Bollman

By Monica Sudfield | Published Nov. 28, 2017 The Earth Science Club gathered at Keansburg beach on Oct. 21 to participate in a beach sweep hosted by Clean Ocean Action, a nonprofit earth science organization working to protect waterways. “Participating in beach sweeps are important because debris harm our environment and marine life that naturally inhabit it,” said Paige Bollman, […]

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CoynePR executive visits alma mater

Brian Murphy speaking to kean students. Credit: Evan Hewitt

By Jennifer Padilla | Published Nov. 28, 2017 The senior vice president behind one of the Top 10 Independent Public Relations (PR) Firms in the U.S.—Coyne PR— is Kean alumnus, Brian Murphy. CoynePR was ranked No. 3 in New Jersey and New York, and No. 9 in the U.S. by O’Dwyer PR, a news website for PR and marketing communications. […]

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Kean alum uses radio program to help Puerto Rico

Cotto stands smiling in his safe haven on the fourth floor of the CAS building. Credit: Lena Zhu

By Lena Zhu | Published Nov. 28, 2017 Jose Cotto has been in charge of the Spanish Radio program at Kean University’s 90.3 FM radio for approximately 12 years, since his start in 2005. On Sept. 20, a category four hurricane, Maria, hit his home, Puerto Rico. As a result, many people lost their homes, including Cotto’s mother. As a […]

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Thanksgiving: turkey, traditions, and thanks

According to National Public Radio, a law was passed in 1941
stating Thanksgiving would be held on the third Thursday of
November. Credit: Monica Sudfield

By Monica Sudfield | Published Nov. 28, 2017 People from all over scramble to their destinations to ensure the holiday is filled with family, loved ones and mouth-watering meals. USA Today declares Thanksgiving one of the top 10 busiest travel days of the year. In the United States, certain traditions are expected to occur on Thanksgiving Day. The Macy’s Thanksgiving […]

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ASL comedian “Wink” performs at Kean

Wink (Center) with two attendees after his comedy show at Kean University. Credit: Kiara Mays

By Kiara Mays | Published Nov. 28, 2017 Windell “Wink” Smith Jr. performed a 90-minute comedy show in American Sign Language (ASL), in which he shared his experience growing up as a hearing Child of Deaf Adults (CODA), among other topics, at Kean University’s Little Theater Nov. 10. Growing up as a CODA, Wink now shares his passion with the […]

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Tower Profiles: Tori Brown

Courtesy of Tori Brown

By Cody Louie | Published Oct. 27, 2017 Stemming off of a radio station tour at 94.5 PST in Princeton, Tori Brown seized the opportunity and got an internship which later became a job. The tour of the facilities came to be when Professor Mitchell Canter brought her class to see 94.5. Brown, a junior Organizational and Corporate Communication major […]

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It’s filming day for Kean TV

Vera Soares and Zuleika Soler are on air for Cougar eats Credit: Monica Sudfield

By Monica Sudfield | Published Oct. 21, 2017 Kean Tv filmed Cougar Eats and KSMD News, two shows created by the TV Studio Production class run by professor Gina Gili, in the tv studio located in Hutchinson Hall Wednesday morning. Cougar Eats is a talk show featuring information and opinions about the food that can be found on campus, while […]

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