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Pumpkin Party

by Penny November 25, 2013

Have you heard about pumpkin parties? It is a holiday party designed for Halloween. This fall season, I had a very good time attending a Pumpkin Party with my friends. At the party, everyone brought a pumpkin to carve and most people dressed up for fun. My dress up style was a “Hippie girl.” So, I […]

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Alumni Sharing Session

by Penny November 18, 2013

Hi Fontbonne Students, Mark your calendars for this Monday (Nov. 18) at 12-1pm. Craig Glover, an Fontbonne alum from the class of 2011, will speak to Fontbonne students about his career in healthcare administration, information management, his work as a chairman of the Confluence Academy charter school system, and more. Location will be in the […]

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The Muny

by Penny July 22, 2013

I have a “To Do List” for St. Louis. One of them is attending The Muny at Forest Park during the summer time. The Muny, the Municipal Theatre Association of St. Louis, produces annual outdoor show at Forest Park, St. Louis.  The Muny provides different plays every summer, and they change shows in every week. […]

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Independence Day

by Penny July 15, 2013

The Fourth of July, Independence Day, is one the biggest celebrations in the United States.  This national holiday is to celebrate the United States’ independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain, and the United States had announced the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. On July 4th, my friend told me the traditional thing […]

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Food Truck Friday

by Penny July 8, 2013

Have you heard about Food Truck Friday? It’s one of the featured food events in the St. Louis area. Food Trunk Friday is hosted once every month, on Friday at 5-8pm, in Tower Grove Park. There is no entrance fee, but it costs money when you want to purchase food via trucks. My friend and […]

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My summer classes

by Penny July 1, 2013

How is your 2013 summer? For me, this summer is a season for learning and doing. During this summer, I have classes plus volunteering at a hospital. Actually, this is my first time to take summer classes. Before taking summer classes, I had heard about summer classes were easier than regular classes. Unfortunately, it is not […]

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Spring Clearance Season!

by Penny May 2, 2013

Time flies. It’s the time for Spring Clearance Season, which means you can clear out your old stuff and get the new stuff from big sales. This is one of the reasons I’m excited to welcome spring season. Last weekend, my friend and I went to a big sale in Ladue. This big sale was […]

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Marketing Night

by Penny April 22, 2013

This Wednesday (April 17), I’m glad I joined a very meaningful event in the Lewis room, of the Jack C. Taylor Library at Fontbonne.  “Professional Branding and Marketing Presentation” was a special event to teach people who to market their business by social media. Before we listened to the presentation by our speaker, Michelle Nelson, […]

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Fontbonne Day

by Penny April 22, 2013

Last Friday, April 12, was Fontbonne Day, which is our community service day in mission together. On this day, faculty and students joined different service projects in the St. Louis area.  First, we gathered together for reflection and discussion in the morning of Fontbonne Day. There was an introduction and an interfaith panel on Catholic […]

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Coffee Crawl

by Penny April 15, 2013

Are you a coffee lover? If you are, you should join the annual coffee crawl in the St. Louis area. A coffee crawl means people walk to several coffee shops to try free coffee and donuts and also visit other fantastic shops around the area. Last Saturday,my friend invited me to join the coffee crawl in historic downtown […]

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