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Student Organization president weighs in on new late fees

By Rebecca Panico | Published May 18, 2016

Emily Cubilete, the newly elected Student Organization president, said the Board of Trustees’ May 9 decision to… 697 more words

Kean University

UMBC Greek Life: It's Really Not That Bad

“All they do is party”, “they pay for their friends”, “their parents pay for everything”, “they haze”, “they’re always doing drugs and drinking alcohol”, “it’s a waste of 4 years”, “they’re fake and hate each other”, “the guys are d*****bags and the girls are who***”, and I could go on forever. 1,324 more words

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Write things down

Get a planner to help remember tasks you have to do as well as assignments you have to hand in. Make a habit of checking your planner to make sure you have done everything you have set for yourself. 121 more words

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Being the Kean Cougar is no easy task

Jennifer Hererra (Cougar) poses with Kean University police officer and K9 Credit: Jennifer Hererra

By Angel Ospina | April 29, 2016

You see the Cougar strolling around campus with enthusiasm trying to get the crowd pumped regardless of the event. 544 more words

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Kean elects first female Student Org president

By: Gail Fredricks | Published April 29, 2016

Student Organization failed to field candidates for some key positions in the recent election, but despite the low voter turnout history was made: Emily Cubilete was elected as Kean’s first female president. 605 more words

Kean University

Reflection: My Presidency in CLAID

Last weekend, I transferred my president position in Chinese Language and International Development Society (CLAID) to my successor.  668 more words

Student Organization

Get the Full Experience of Being a Commuter

Have you heard? Commuters can have a social life on the Saint Leo Campus too! Saint Leo is home to many students with different schedules and lifestyles.There are several organizations, clubs, interest groups, and activities to involve every student, with every kind of schedule. 465 more words

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