From the category archives:

Academics

The Schedule of a College Student

by Patricia February 10, 2015

I think that I manage my time pretty well. Since I commute and I live 40 minutes away from Fontbonne, I’m unable to work during the school year. I usually get to Fontbonne at 8 a.m. so I can get some homework done before class. Then I usually eat lunch with my friends at 12. […]

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Let’s Fight Against the Seasonal FLU!

by Kathy February 6, 2015

Hello Fontbonne students and faculty, How’s everyone doing? I hope everyone had a wonderful winter break and is now full of energy to work and study hard in this semester! Since I am a graduate student studying nutrition, this semester I would like to share some of my useful and interesting nutrition knowledge for you all! […]

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Fuel Up for a Good Semester!

by Katie February 3, 2015

I have to admit it’s been hard getting back into the swing of things this semester. Fortunately, after years of practice, (it is my senior year, after all..) I feel like I can roll with the punches and balance friends, school, and work better than ever. One thing that helps me stay sane during times […]

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Thanks Fontbonne:)

by Rikia February 3, 2015

Hey all!! I hope you check your emails just as much as I do. I received an email regarding FREE Microsoft Office 365 Thank you Fontbonne for saving me over $200!!!

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Taking Chances with a Famous Designer

by Celeste February 2, 2015

A dream of mine came true this week. I was able to meet a local St. Louis designer featured on the hit show Project Runway! If you have never seen the show, then you must be living under a rock (and obviously not a very fashionable rock). Haha! In case you haven’t seen the show, […]

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Happy Tapping Day!

by Carlyn February 2, 2015

Another Tapping Day is here! This has become an Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) tradition since the organization was founded at Fontbonne in the fall of 2013. ODK is a national honors leadership society. In order to be eligible to join, a student must be at least junior status, in the top third of his/her class […]

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Do I See Winter Break on the Horizon?!

by Sarah December 2, 2014

There is nothing more satisfying at the end of a semester than hearing Christmas music practically everywhere you go, shopping malls filled with door-buster discounts, food cooking away on the stove by your parents or grandparents, family coming together, snow falling on the ground, and being able to put your feet up! Why do I […]

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Family Policy & Advocacy

by Sarah December 2, 2014

What is my major?. In an earlier post I stated that I am currently studying Family Consumer Sciences, which is designed to help individuals, families, communities and much more, but my major is a branch of FCS, specifically called Family Policy & Advocacy. Now I will be honest and tell you that I am still […]

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Finals, Finals, and More Finals!

by Taylor December 2, 2014

Well, it’s that time of year again. It’s the time of year we dread because of finals, but we also look forward to since it means winter break is coming up. Finals week and the week before finals are always stressful for college students. The pressure of doing well on finals is always a heavy […]

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Something Special About Fontbonne University

by Sarah December 1, 2014

Whether you may know it or not, Fontbonne University is a mission-based university, where majors are born and created to help the surrounding community in which Fontbonne resides. From my perspective, we are always constantly trying to create new ways to help the community in which we live, whether that is through volunteering opportunities like […]

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