Hello everyone, I am Quortni (pronounced like Courtney). I am a Junior at Fontbonne and also a transfer student from Indiana State University. This is my second semester at Fontbonne and although I attended ISU for almost 3 years, I was born and raised here in Saint Louis, Mo. I am a Psychology major and a Biology minor, and hoping to pursue a career in research as well as become a practicing Art Therapist. I am pretty outgoing and open to making new friends and meeting new people, so I am VERY excited to be blogging for the University so stay tuned!!! :)
Hello! My name is Mari and I am a freshman at Fontbonne. I am from Kansas City (Go Royals!). At FBU, I am involved in the GAP (Griffins Achieving Progress) program and I am the treasurer for the Latino Hispanic Union. I enjoy watching Gilmore Girls and trying new foods from different cultures.
My name is Anna and I am excited to share some fun details about life at Fontbonne and in the St. Louis area with you! I'm currently a freshman majoring in dietetics, I love to be outside, and I am a strong Christian!
Hi guys! My name is Morgan, and I am currently a sophomore here at Fontbonne studying Speech-Language Pathology! A few things about me: I'm on FAB's (Fontbonne Activities Board) executive team for marketing; and I'm also involved with Dance Marathon and Griffin Gang. During the summer, I work at Baskin Robbins in my hometown of O'Fallon, MO! I can't wait for you all to get to know me through my writings! :-)
Freshman at Fontbonne University. Member of Quest and also a Student Ambassador. Majoring in Fashion Merchandising. Originally from Indiana, but has lived in St. Louis for 6 years.
"or perhaps in Slytherin, you'll make your true friends..."
I like coffee.
Hi everyone! My name is Courtney and I am a Junior studying dietetics here at Fontbonne . I am hoping to eventually work in pediatrics or with athletes. I am currently Secretary of SAFCS. I love running, walking my dogs, cheering on the Cardinals, and finding new adventures around St. Louis. I can't wait to share my adventures with you!
Thoughts on life at Fontbonne from former student bloggers, now alumni. Once a Griffin, always a Griffin.
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