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For those of you who live in the dorms, you probably thought you could live off Ramen noodles and Mac N Cheese.  However, you may realize after Thanksgiving break, that you are getting tired of that food. Who would have thought?? Right?  Well if you want to mix it up and try something different, try these recipes all that can be made in your dorm room! http://greatist.com/eat/healthy-dorm-room-recipes

Some of the recipes include southwestern stuffed sweet potato, vanilla yogurt and berry parfaits, and mason jar Greek salad.  Give these healthy recipes a try and tell me what you think!

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Courtney

Holiday Traditions

by Courtney on December 1, 2016

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It’s finally the holidays! That means cinnamon scented candles, gift shopping, glitter and lights everywhere! One of my favorite things about this time of year is family traditions! Here is a list of some of my favorite traditions.

  1. Staying up late Christmas Eve and watching movie marathons such as the Harry Potter series, Gone With the Wind, and Lord of the Rings
  2. Helping my mom bake dozens of cookies!
  3. Driving around neighborhoods to look at the Christmas lights.
  4. Decorating the tree with all the past childhood ornaments
  5. My newest tradition is going to the zoo and looking at all the lights and seeing the penguins!

Happy Holidays! What are some of your favorite traditions around the holidays?

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Patricia

end of the semester

by Patricia on December 1, 2016

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Overall, I think that this semester went pretty well. I am doing well in all my classes. I was very busy this semester with my internship and involvement on campus. I had lots of meetings to go and lots of planning. I met new people on the Metanioa retreat and in my classes. Lots of people I used to hang out with graduated last year, and I feel like I got a fresh start this year. Next semester is going to be different because all of my classes are at night. I am excited for Snowcoming, I help with it every year.

For thanksgiving, we fried a turkey! My parents bought a giant deep fryer and we fried all kinds of things like chicken wings, fries, shrimp, and pizza rolls. Not all in the same day of course. My parents always make 2 different kinds of stuffing. My mom’s is a French recipe that my grandma used to make and my dad’s is a recipe that his aunt used to make. I don’t like stuffing but my brother says that mom’s stuffing is good and dad’s stuffing is gross. Anyway, on black Friday I had planned to get some homework done. WRONG! I went shopping with my mom all day. I was glad that I did it. I bought her earrings from Francesca’s. They are blue medallions.  I bought some things for myself as well. My mom had started Christmas shopping for our family, so I wasn’t allowed to walk around with her.

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Hi everyone! This is our last time together for the fall semester of 2016; can you believe it? This has got to be the fastest semester that I have ever had to experience. I could have swore that just yesterday was Welcome Week back in August! But I hope everyone enjoyed their fall semester! I know that mine was most definitely crazy, but also fantastic at the same time!

My semester I felt was pretty great because of my new job, meeting new people, and as always making new memories with the people that I love. My new job only enhanced to the great semester because even though a job is a job, mine was a large stress reliever. I work at the After Care program at Central Christian School, so I am lucky enough to work with some pretty great kids 3-4 days a week! I am so grateful to have a job that I actually enjoy.

Meeting new people is also always a plus, and this year I met so many new people that I consider great friends. This was my first semester as a WING leader for orientation, and I met multiple new faces that I love seeing everyday! (Shoutout to my Blue Whales for being such a great first team! Love all you guys 💙🐳) I just enjoy getting to know people, even those I knew last year, but got closer to this semester because our times just clicked.

Making new memories with people I love is possibly the best because we now have new things to look back and reminisce on. Coming to Fontbonne required me to make a whole new group of friends because not a lot of people from my high school came here. So all of my new friends that I have made in my year and a half at Fontbonne, I thank you for being my friend because you have enhanced my time at Fontbonne and are one of the MANY reasons I keep coming back after each semester.

Thank you everyone for reading my blogs this semester, and I hope you all finish strongly! We’ve only got a week and a half left!

peace out ✌️

Morgan

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The End

by Taylor December 1, 2016

Hey everyone! We’re finally here! The end of semester is so close I can almost feel it. With holidays and the end of 2016 finally coming to an end, I can’t help but look back and think of all the crazy, weird, and awesome things that have happened, both personally, and as a society, and […]

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End of the Semester!

by Anna December 1, 2016

It seems crazy to think that just three-and-a-half months ago, I was starting my college journey.  Now, it’s almost 1/8 done!  Whoa…that’s a little scary to think about!  If this semester went by quickly, just imagine the remaining seven; before I know it, Fontbonne will be a memory and I’ll be entering yet another new […]

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How to Keep Your Head on Straight During Finals Week

by Courtney December 1, 2016

By now, you are realizing that this is the last full week of classes! With as exciting as this is we still have finals week the following week.  As scary as this sounds, here are some tips to make it not seem so horrifying: Take breaks between studying.  Study for a couple hours then stop and […]

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How to Stay on Campus and Still Have a Great Break

by Taylor November 28, 2016

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! I hope everyone is having a great day with their friends and families. Unfortunately, I did not get to leave campus to go home this year for break, but that’s okay because I’ve found several ways to still have an awesome Thanksgiving! I know I’m not the only one who stayed here […]

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Life of a Commuter

by Courtney November 21, 2016

When transferring to Fontbonne last semester, I wasn’t sure how I would like driving to campus everyday.  At my past college I lived in a dorm and was right on campus so it was easy to go to class or stay at the library until late.  However, being a commuter at Fontbonne is great!  Here […]

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Feeling Grateful

by Yuri November 21, 2016

In less than a week, it will be Thanksgiving! Where did the year go? Even though some of us live a fast-paced life, let’s take a minute to stop and reflect on what we are thankful for. Personally for me, there are several things. First and foremost, health. I am fortunate enough to wake up every morning […]

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