Student Org assists in the fight against hunger

By Cody Louie | Published by Jan. 29, 2018 Students, faculty, alumni and even President Dawood Farahi gathered in the Cougar’s Den on Nov. 13 in support of the fight against hunger. A yearly collaboration between the Community FoodBank of New Jersey (CFBNJ) and Kean’s Student Organization brings the “FoodBank Luncheon” back for another run. As a part of Student […]

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Ursino reopens as a steakhouse with a tavern

By Joshua Rosario | Published by Jan. 29, 2018 After its sudden shuttering in December 2016, the former Enoteca Ursino restaurant reopened on Nov. 8 as Ursino Steakhouse and Tavern. According to university spokesperson, Margaret McCorry, the 2016 closing of Enoteca Ursino was due to the termination of its year-long contract with the Terra Momo Restaurant Group. The restaurant is […]

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“Night of stars” connect students with alumni

By Lena Zhu | Published Jan. 29, 2018 Night of the Stars, an alumni/student networking program held on Nov. 30 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. started off with a big bang. With over 250 students on the register and more on the waitlist, Kean alums and current Kean students of all majors and years gathered to network and make […]

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Students look to get ahead at Business Internship Fair

By Cody Louie | Published Jan. 29. 2018 The Office of Internships and Cooperative Education along with the Accounting Club co-hosted a business internship fair on Nov. 16 in the Green Lane Building to assist students in connecting to companies. Students gathered in business attire with resumes in hand, ready to talk to companies about potential opportunities as interns. Students […]

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Three Kean alumni awarded County Teacher of the Year

Kristy DeFazio gets to know all of her students interests and individual needs to ensure a proper learning experience Credit: Seth Anderson-Oberman

By Monica Sudfield | Published Jan. 29, 2018 Three Kean Alumni received nominations for the New Jersey Department of Education’s (NJDOE) teacher of the year award. A total of 21 teachers were nominated. Kristy DeFazio of Middlesex County, Teresa Muzzo of Sussex County, and Victoria Sasso of Union County, were each awarded County Teacher of the Year for their dedication […]

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BREAKING: Cargo train derailment poses problem to commuters

Courtesy of Don Perkins

Courtesy of Don Perkins By Sara Ridgway and Cody Louie | Published Dec. 8, 2017 UPDATE: As of 5:43 p.m., The University has extended the shuttle bus service between Wilkins Theatre and Elizabeth Station until 11 p.m. tonight. A cargo train derailment at Union Station today has caused the suspension of the Raritan Valley Line between Newark Penn Station and Cranford in […]

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Students could be required to do two faculty advisement meetings

Faculty Offices at the Center for Academic Success Credit: Rafaela Teixeira

By Rafaela Teixeira | Published Dec. 8, 2017 Kean students would have to meet with faculty for advisement twice every semester before registering for classes if a suggestion by the college administration becomes a requirement. Kean President Dawood Farahi suggested the possibility that professors hold two, 30-minute advisement meetings per semester, according to Dr. Patrick Ippolito, president of the Faculty […]

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