Kean student doles out the dough for extra commencement tickets


By Rebecca Panico | Published April 14, 2016 As one Kean student prepares to toss her cap at commencement, another thought preoccupies her mind: obtaining enough tickets for friends and family to witness the moment. Annaphene Roberson, a 22-year-old sociology major, has designated the six tickets Kean gives to graduating students to her immediate family for the ceremony at the Prudential […]

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Human Rights Institute Conference highlights U.S. incarceration

Outside Kean University Human Rights Institute By Rose Marie Kitchen/ Published April 5 The Human Rights Institute (HRI) of Kean University has decided to use their annual conference as an opportunity to explore the three major aspects of the United States prison system: The School-to-Prison Pipeline, the consequences and overuse of solitary confinement and the profiteers behind it all. The […]

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Meet Kean’s new employment review consultant, Rev. Michael Blackwell

Rev. Michael Blackwell (Photo courtesy of Rev. Blackwell)

By: Rebecca Panico | Published Feb. 9, 2016 Rev. Michael Blackwell, Kean University’s new employment review consultant who was hired after groups alleged institutional racism on campus, just wants the university “to move forward.” “I’m not trying to make noise, and I’m not asking for anyone to resign. I’m asking for Kean [University] to move forward,” Rev. Blackwell said in […]

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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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