Kean launches its’ own mobile app

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By Gerald Lima How much does a Kean University student know about his or her school? Did you know Kean University has a mobile application for students? It’s true. Kean University is the first in New Jersey to launch the mobile application, according to the media and publications of Kean University. The application is just like being on the website it has […]

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Radio personality to speak at Kean

Al Dukes from WFAN, who produces the Boomer and Carton show every morning, will be speaking to the Comm Club this Thursday, May 2nd, at 3:30 P.M. The event will take place in the CAS building, in room 451. Dukes has become known for his sports-themed parody songs, and the current Basking Ridge resident is the brains behind the ‘Boomer and […]

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Habitat for Humanity Needs Volunteers ASAP!

By: Alexandria Addesso Kean University’s partnership with the Habitat for Humanity Group is currently seeking volunteers for the bus trip to Madison, New Jersey tomorrow April 27. The bus will be leaving the Vaughn-Eames parking lot an 8a.m. and will be returning to Kean at approximately 4 p.m. “We’re working on houses,” said Jazmin Brooks the Service Specialist at Kean’s […]

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Kean Market Place now carrying crowd favorite

By Gillian Findley Grabbing snacks and drinks after and before classes, a crowd of students flood the Kean University’s store on Monday night, February 11th. Kean University’s store, Market Place, located in the University Center, now carries a 14 ounce Edy’s ice cream priced for $3.05. Shipments of the Edy’s ice cream began to appear in the frozen section shelves […]

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Brown Bag Lunch Makes a Comeback!

By: Sara Paczkowski Wouldn’t it be nice if we all could have a 3-hour lunch break? Go home, relax with friends and family, unwind and then go back to the rest of the day? That sounds relaxing, but let’s face it, college students are busy individuals and we aren’t in Italy. Lunch seems to be the hardest meal to plan, […]

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Kean Professor is Nominated for an Academy Award

Susan MacLaury a professor in the Department of Physical Education, Recreation and Health at Kean University, also produces films in her spare time. She was the executive producer for “Inocente,” a movie about a young artist’s determination and ambition to never succumb to her desolate surroundings.  Stay tuned for an interview with Maclaury; until then have a look at the […]

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NY1 news anchor brings her wisdom to Kean

By Dominique Vinas On Tuesday, Feb 5, guest speaker, and NY1 news anchor, Ms. Cheryl Wills put on an amazing presentation in the University Center, Little Theater. Her purpose was to inform students of how important it is to know their family line and to appreciate what they did and sacrificed in order for them to be where they are today. […]

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Criminal justice-Public health journal club meeting

Are you a curious person? Would you like to fix pressing social problems, like prisoners’ mental health? Criminals’ drug and alcohol use? Juvenile delinquency? If yes, then you are invite to attend the next Criminal Justice- Public Health journal club meeting. When: Thursday, January 31st, 3:30 p.m. Where: Willis Hall 303 Come learn about upcoming research events and funding opportunities. […]

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Hurricane Sandy hits; Kean University strikes back

Roofing was thrown off of the High school
Credit: Eric Haftel

By Alexandria Addesso From a brief loss of power or cable TV to losing everything, Hurricane Sandy affected every member of the Kean University community. “I felt like I was going insane without power,” said Mathew Siegel, a business sophomore. Hurricane Sandy made landfall in New Jersey on Monday Oct. 29 and began affecting the lives of Kean students and faculty […]

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Disaster averted: Kean University keeps accreditation

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Photo Credit: Eric Haftel

By Brian Konchalski   After 18 months filled with a protest, uncertainty and doubt, Kean University announced on Nov. 16 that its accreditation has been reaffirmed by The Middle States Commission on Higher Education during a meeting of the Commission on Nov. 15. This decision comes as no surprise after a Visiting Team in September delivered, in a closed door […]

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