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Kean graduate students provided sensory activities for children
Students Help Make Theatre Sensory Friendly for All

Students Help Make Theatre Sensory Friendly for All

The sound level in Wilkins Theater was lowered, the house lights were cut in half, and a team of Kean graduate students provided sensory friendly sand play, crafts, games and a crawl-through tunnel during a recent performance of the children’s show Pinkalicious: The Musical.

Kean Education Students Bring Flair for Dance to Child Care Center

Kean Education Students Bring Flair for Dance to Child Care Center

The young children of the Kean University Child Care and Development Center recently got the chance to practice yoga and dance as part of a class conducted by Kean's physical education and early childhood education majors.

Grammy-winning Kean alumnus Stefanie R. Minatee
Grammy-Winning Gospel Singer Got Her Start at Kean

Grammy-Winning Gospel Singer Got Her Start at Kean

The Rev. Stefanie R. Minatee, D.Min., has performed gospel with Queen Latifah and Ray Charles, but her career really started with a decision she made at Kean - to major in music.
Jennifer Zuniga, Kean art history student, smiles in front of the Newark Museum
Newark Museum Internship Puts Kean Senior on Path Toward Arts Leadership

Newark Museum Internship Puts Kean Senior on Path Toward Arts Leadership

Kean University art history student Jennifer Zuniga is being groomed as a future leader in the art world with a prestigious three-year internship at the Newark Museum. The Diversifying Art Museum Leadership Initiative internship exposes college students to the full range of museum departments, paying them while training them in all aspects of the business.
Lowell Liebermann - Ars Vitalis
Ars Vitalis at Kean University Presents the Music of Lowell Liebermann, February 21 at Enlow Hall

Ars Vitalis at Kean University Presents the Music of Lowell Liebermann, February 21 at Enlow Hall

Liebermann, who resides in Weehawken, is one of America’s most frequently performed and recorded living composers

UNION, N.J. ­–– Ars Vitalis: The New Jersey New Music Forum at Kean University will present an evening of compositions by Lowell Liebermann.

Theatre and Music Students Perform with Tony Winner Kelli O’Hara

Theatre and Music Students Perform with Tony Winner Kelli O’Hara

You know you’re having a good day when Tony Award-winner Kelli O’Hara insists on singing a second song with you before a sold-out crowd. That’s what happened to 20 Kean University theatre and music students who auditioned to perform To Build a Home from the Broadway show The Bridges of Madison County with O’Hara at her recent Kean Stage concert.  
Hand written tags and labels adorned the fine of ancient Madeira wine
Wines Found at Liberty Hall Sold at Auction; Will Improve Access to Museum

Wines Found at Liberty Hall Sold at Auction; Will Improve Access to Museum

A collection of centuries-old Madeira wines uncovered at Liberty Hall recently went up for auction at the famed Christie’s auction house in New York, and the proceeds will help restore a 1920s-era elevator at the landmark museum that was once the home of New Jersey's first-elected governor.
Cristina Fittipaldi poses in the Human Rights Institute.
Graduate Student Brings Passion for Public Art to Kean Galleries in Water Is Life Exhibition

Graduate Student Brings Passion for Public Art to Kean Galleries in Water Is Life Exhibition

Art and the public good come together for graduate student Cristina Fittipaldi at Kean University Galleries where she combines her two passions — art and improving the public welfare.
Premiere Stages – Theatre Students’ First Act

Premiere Stages – Theatre Students’ First Act

Premiere Stages’ Understudy Program offers a leg up to theatre students by giving them professional acting credits before leaving college.
Kean Choir and Chorale Take Music on Tour

Kean Choir and Chorale Take Music on Tour

The Kean University Concert Choir, Chorale and Men’s Chamber Choir’s 20-year annual touring tradition continued this spring with six concerts in five days in New Jersey and the Washington, D.C. area.