Global Business Majors Required To Travel Abroad

Mary Christine along with other students apart of Global Practica program with ThreeFiveTwo Group in Northern Ireland. Photo Credit: Mary Christine Demetillo

Photo credit: Mary Christine Demetillo By Kiara Mays | Published Feb 8, 2017 There have been quite a few misconceptions floating about Kean University concerning the College of Business and Public Management (CBPM). One of the popular misinterpretations being that all CBPM students are required to enroll in a program that entails an international component. That is not the case for […]

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What happens when the power goes out?

Power outage at Kean University on Jan 23, 2017
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By Joshua Rosario | Published Feb. 8, 2017 Kean University’s Union campus was hit with a power outage during a storm on Monday, Jan. 23. Around 6:30 p.m., the power went out on Salem Rd., Green Lane, and adjacent streets around the University. The new North Ave. building was not affected by the outage. It was the first day of […]

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Kean University Police Department Blotter, Jan. 2017

Kean University Police Headquarters. Photo Credit: Y. Smishkewych

By Cody Louie | Published Feb. 8, 2017   Jan. 3 Various Items found at the North Avenue Academic Building. Includes: blue eyeglasses, black US Army eyeglass case, and a Samsung battery. Nordstrom credit card found Jan. 4 K9 team assisted other schools Fire alarm activated from sprinkler head in the STEM building Jan. 5 American Express card found at […]

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Kean profs, students march in D.C. and NYC

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By Mike Roche | Published Feb. 8, 2017 Some Kean students and professors joined the hundreds of thousands of Americans who marched in Washington, D.C., New York and other cities across the country to stand up for civil rights and express their fears about President Donald Trump on Jan. 21. “It has been clear to me since the day after […]

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PHOTOS: Kean kicks off Black History Month with flag raising

Kean students and faculty celebrate Black History month with music, dancing and art exhibits in the Center for Academic Success building. Photo credit: Cody Louie

Photo credit: Cody Louie By Cody Louie | Published Feb. 1, 2017 Students and faculty attended the annual start of Black History Month on campus today with speakers, live music, art and food in the Center for Academic Success building. Director of the Office of Africana Studies Dr. James Conyers led the raising of the Pan-African flag outside the Miron Student Center […]

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BREAKING: Kean president asks Trump administration to reconsider immigration ban

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By Rebecca Panico | Published Jan. 30, 2017 Kean University President Dawood Farahi today asked the the Trump administration to reconsider an executive order which restricted immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries. “The University community understands and supports the need of the federal government to protect U.S. citizens,” Farahi said in a statement sent to all students, faculty and staff. […]

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Hundreds protest Trump’s immigration ban at Elizabeth rally

Hundreds protested at the Elizabeth Detention Center on Jan. 29, 2017 against President Donald Trump's executive order restricting immigration from predominately Muslim countries. Credit: Rebecca Panico

Photo credit: Rebecca Panico Rebecca Panico | Published Jan. 30, 2017 A Muslim Kean student joined hundreds of protesters at a detention center in Elizabeth yesterday to rally against President Donald Trump’s executive order restricting immigration. “We have to keep fighting!” shouted Asmaa Abdalla, a biology major at Kean, to much applause from her friends. “We have to keep protesting! […]

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Power outage leaves classes in the dark

Power outage at Kean University on Jan 23, 2017
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By: Joshua Rosario|Published Jan 30, 2017 Kean University encountered a power outage on Monday, Jan. 23 around 6:30 p.m. leaving students and faculty in suspense. During the nor’easter storm, power outages took over Salem Road, Green Lane and adjacent streets around the University. The North Avenue building was the only building with power. The outage created confusion for some students […]

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Common to caller on radio: ‘I was disappointed that I didn’t get to come speak’ at Kean

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By Rebecca Panico | Published Dec. 18, 2016 Common, the rap artist who was set to speak at Kean’s 2015 commencement before being pulled, told a caller on WNYC radio Friday he “was disappointed” he didn’t get to speak at the university. The administration changed commencement speakers last year after New Jersey State Police expressed outrage over a song the […]

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Students learn to overcome stereotypes at workshop

Students at Kean University who participated in “More Than Meets the Eye.”  Credit: Bre’Yanie Pearson

By Kiana Simone | Published Dec. 13, 2016 About 30 students attended a workshop at Kean University called More Than Meets the Eye, which was geared towards overcoming stereotypes that people place among their peers. During the workshop, the attendees got a chance to choose stereotypes that were once placed upon them such as quiet, weird, bougie, nonchalant, clown and […]

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