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Black History Month and What It Means to Me

by Morgan February 27, 2017

Black History Month means to me appreciating those who are African American. I do think that there shouldn’t just be one month associated with appreciating African Americans because they deserve so much more than a month of appreciation, especially the shortest month of the year. I definitely think that it is important to indulge in […]

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My Message to White Students at FBU

by Mari February 22, 2017

On Tuesday, February 21st I attended the Black Student Union’s showing of the Netflix documentary called 13th. The thought provoking documentary dove into the problematic issues of racial injustices affecting African Americans within the U.S. prison system. I would highly encourage everyone at Fontbonne to view this documentary. While watching this documentary with only about […]

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St. Agnes Home

by Adriana February 20, 2017

Hello everyone! The past weekend I had the opportunity to go to St. Agnes Home with the Students For Life and I loved it! This place is approximately 15 minutes from Fontbonne. When we arrive we were amazed that this home for Seniors is very big and very nice, I have to admit I really […]

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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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3 Reasons Why Voting Is Important

by Mari September 21, 2016

Hello! With the general election coming up this fall, I thought I would provide some insight into why voting is important as college students. I am not here to tell you who to vote for, just make sure you vote this fall! Voting is a privilege. Most Americans do not consider that some people can’t […]

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Presidential Goals

by Yuri September 19, 2016

It is 10 AM, I’m walking into the Anheuser-Busch Hall Conference Room with a freshly brewed cup of coffee in my right hand while glancing at my left as it holds an agenda while I prepare for that week’s meeting. Being President of an International Non-Profit Organization has its ups and downs. I have been President for 2 years now […]

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What It Means to Learn More, Be More!

by Claire February 25, 2016

Learn More, Be More, the motto of Fontbonne University, is an outstanding way to describe the community and atmosphere of Fontbonne. As per the Fontbonne Website, “At Fontbonne, it means small classes where professors engage, challenge — and support — you. It means a focus on internships and other real-world opportunities that provide invaluable experience. […]

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Fontbonne Day (May 1st) Experience

by Alumni Posts May 6, 2015

Hi everyone, Last Friday was our University Big Day!!! Did anyone join and volunteer in one of the activities? I really had a wonderful time spending my day with my other friends at an elementary school to help their school do some gardening on their front lawn and some painting for the school to hang […]

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Fontbonne’s community garden is keepin’ it F.R.E.S.H.!

by Alumni Posts April 10, 2015

They say there is nothing better than food grown right in your own backyard…   Now, you can be the judge of that, with Fontbonne’s very own community garden!   The F.R.E.S.H.greens Garden, located in the courtyard of Southwest Hall, is underway for its 3rd growing season! Ground was broken for the garden back in 2012 and […]

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“I had no idea…” – National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

by Alumni Posts February 23, 2015

“I had no idea that the ‘perfect’ images I see every day are digital illusions.” “I had no idea that my passion became my problem.” “I had no idea that bullying can trigger an eating disorder.” “I had no idea that my quest for health was making me sick.” “I had no idea that eating […]

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