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Academics

The Value of a Good Teacher

by Anna October 12, 2016

You have probably had the pleasure of being taught by an outstanding teacher at least a few times over the past years of your education.  They’ve gone above and beyond to make learning not a chore, but an adventure and experience not soon forgotten.  They taught content in an effective way that related to you. […]

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Inspiring Education

by Claire October 12, 2016

As I am a sophomore in college, there are a variety of educators who have influenced me. One of the most impactful teachers was an english instructor my senior year of high school. Thinking my writing skills were at the level they needed to be at, I was shocked when I did not receive the […]

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The Struggle Doesn’t Have To Be Real

by Morgan October 4, 2016

Hey guys! It’s me again to help you out with being successful at college! Now I’m only a sophomore, so I can’t give you all the tricks of the trade because I’m still trying to figure them out for myself, but I’ll let you in on a few secrets that I’ve discovered for myself. Planner: […]

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Five Things for College Success

by Anna October 4, 2016

This is a subjective list of what I think is important or even essential to college life.  You may have some different thoughts, and that’s okay!  Maybe you’ll find one or two items from this list that you hadn’t thought of before.  Just remember, everyone is different and what works for one person may not […]

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Survival Guide: College Edition

by Jess October 4, 2016

I’m sure by this point in the semester, we’re all starting to grasp the difficult truth that college can be a little overwhelming. Your parents have probably called you recently to ask how your year is going, and the conversation is likely to have gone something like this: Parental unit: “How are classes going?” You: […]

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Procrastin…..I’ll tell you later….

by Yuri October 4, 2016

Procrastination. We all do it! It is everyone’s best friend yet an enemy at the same time. You never get things done, leave it to the last minute, and so on.  Here are a few things you could do to step up your organizational game & avoid procrastination . 1. Use a planner of some kind; keep due dates of […]

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Stop Stressing!

by Claire September 29, 2016

Stress is firmly set into the lives of students all of the world right now. I wanted to share some of the best quotes that help me get through my most stressful days, nights, and even weeks. Being in control of your life and having realistic expectations about your day-to-day challenges are the keys to […]

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Getting Involved Makes a World of a Difference!!

by Candance September 19, 2016

As an undergrad I was involved with the social work club. I wasn’t able to do as much as I’d like to due to being a non traditional student and having children at home to take care of. But now that my children are a bit older. It’s still a task, but I’m currently a […]

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Homecoming Week

by Claire September 16, 2016

Homecoming is a special time in both high school and college. However, the two are extremely different and students experience the two completely differently as well. Homecoming in high school involved lots of prep for a pep rally, last minute running around and trying to memorize cheer routines, football plays, chants, and school spirit permeates. […]

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Involvement on Campus

by Anna September 15, 2016

As a commuter student, my life on campus is definitely different from residents.  I am working most evenings, so any events going on at that time are most likely not going to work for my schedule.  Fortunately, Fontbonne still offers plenty of opportunities to be involved during the day and if you are limited on […]

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