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Academics

Registering for Classes! Ahhhhh!

by Taylor November 6, 2014

It’s almost time to register for classes for the spring 2015 semester. Can you believe it?! I feel like I just started my sophomore year of college and am now almost half way through it. Picking out what classes you want/need to take can be fun, yet challenging at the same time. I’ve come up […]

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Business Administration + Finance!

by Sara November 6, 2014

In high school I was a good student and I liked almost all of the classes I took. I did not love any particular subject over another. As a recent high school graduate I struggled with the idea of choosing a major. At first I wanted to be an architect, then a doctor, then an […]

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Studying without the tears.

by Cathy November 4, 2014

Studying can be an adventure, even though some people make it out to be the worst thing in the world. The main thing is knowing how you learn. The person sitting next to you can study a minimal amount and ace the test, but you could be studying for hours. This is the way humans […]

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Do I really study?

by Tim November 4, 2014

When I study, I try to make sure that it is not in my room. This way I won’t fall asleep or get distracted and play video games. So I got to the AMC or the library, depends on how loud it is at night. My study tips depend on my mood and the type […]

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Happy Halloween!

by Katie October 30, 2014

Ahhh, Halloween. One of the many great things about fall.  As a child I remember being barely able to contain my excitement before I put on my costume and did my makeup… I was so excited for that one day that you’re allowed to be anyone or anything imaginable, for just one day!  Oh, and […]

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Do what you love.

by Cathy October 30, 2014

Coming into college, I was scared about picking a major right off that bat. However, I knew that I was really interested in English and it’s what I love to do. I now find myself writing essays about pieces of literature that interest me. I honestly couldn’t have picked a better major. I chose this […]

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Why Professional Writing

by Tim October 30, 2014

I never really thought about why I changed to professional writing. I used to want to become a teacher, then it became too stressful. I have always enjoyed writing, mainly poetry and creative writing.The writing classes here have helped make my writing better. Dr. Sommer keeps asking me to put more detail in my writings […]

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Get ready for advising week!

by Sara October 27, 2014

Advising week is getting closer and I think it is important to prepare yourself for it! Here is my checklist of things you should do: 1. Know your advisor’s name and make sure you set up an appointment with them. 2. Know your major requirements: For Undergraduates visit* http://www.fontbonne.edu/academics/undergraduate/ For Graduates visit*  http://www.fontbonne.edu/academics/graduate/ Click on […]

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How I Became A Part Of the Fontbonne Family

by Raven October 20, 2014

I can’t believe I’m vastly approaching my senior year at Fontbonne! It feels as though I was opening my acceptance letter yesterday. Before I graduated from high school in 2012, (By the way, I am a proud alumni of University City High School… class of 2012… woot! woot!) I had several offers from schools in […]

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Choosing Fontbonne

by Katie October 20, 2014

Choosing colleges is one of the huge life events that happens after high school. Fontbonne wasn’t a hard pick for me once I knew what was out there.  When searching for colleges, I looked in the Illinois and the Saint Louis area for colleges that offered dietetics programs.  It was Fontbonne vs. a handful of […]

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