Dr. Christopher Bellitto: the historian; the journalist

By Gabrielle Gale Prendatt-Carter| Published Dec. 10, 2015 Dr. Christopher Bellitto, associate professor, public speaker, media commentator, historian, and journalist, is considered to be one of the most respected papal experts in the world. The former chair of Kean University’s History Department, Bellitto is most recently credited for his coverage on Pope Francis’ visit to the United States. He has […]

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Kean students write to heroes

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By Nicole Brown | Published on Dec. 10, 2015 “Dear hero, you wear your uniform with so much pride, your bravery is known far and wide. e job you’re doing is worthwhile; you have made a lot of people proud. ank you,” wrote Geysel Davila, a freshman student at Kean University. is was one of several messages a group of […]

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Dr. Lokuta’s photographs make it to the Governor’s residence

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  By Anthony Muccigrossi | Published on Dec. 10, 2015 Dr. Donald Lokuta, Professor of Photography at Kean University, is among nine photographers who were selected to photograph ‘Eighteen New Jersey Heroes’ for the exhibit, “Inspire: Everyday People Changing New Jersey,” at Drumthwacket, the governor’s official private residence in Princeton, according to a press release by the Office Of the […]

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Kean’s coveted tote bag steals the show

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  By Marco Rodriguez | Published on Dec. 10, 2015 Novembers usually end with people carrying lots of bags home from retailers as they take advantage of discounts and deals in preparation for the holiday season. If you visited the Atlantic City Convention Center at the start of November however, you’d also see thousands of people walking around with bags. […]

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‘Tis the Season at Kean

By Gabrielle Gale Prendatt-Carter| Published Dec. 9, 2015 There is a lot scheduled on Kean University’s campus this year to keep students both focused and entertained throughout the holiday season. In the midst of the pressure during crunch time, the season of giving is in full effect and finals are quickly approaching. Just in time for fi nals and in […]

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Kean profs’ 20-year collaboration displays Holocaust through art and poetry

    By Yuri Smishkewych| Published Dec. 9, 2015 Auschwitz, Belsen, Dachau, Sobibor…these were just a few of the places where murder occurred by the millions and, for those who survived the death camps, a lifetime of recurring nightmares were born. The victims were Jewish, Roma, homosexuals, or broadly labeled “political dissidents.” This was the Holocaust, and all this happened […]

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A new home for veterans

By Celeste Simmons | Posted on November 19, 2015 As college students, we all know the struggles of getting acclimated to life during your first semester. We all know how nervous you can feel about making friends and how you can be afraid to feel alone. Your surroundings are new and unfamiliar, the work load is different than what you’re […]

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