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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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A Group Tribute

by Alumni Posts February 23, 2015

On Thursday, February 19th, a comedian named Harris Wittels passed away. He was best known as a writer and producer for some of the best comedies of the best decade, including one of my all-time favorites, Parks and Recreation. Additionally, he was a great musician, performing in a band called Don’t Stop or We’ll Die, and […]

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#WhyNotNow

by Alumni Posts February 18, 2015

It’s Fat Tuesday! Bon Appetit :)) Fontbonne enjoyed a three day weekend due to all the snow! A little snow in February is always a good thing but there seems to be some unusual weather patterns this new year. Many people have been talking about global warming over the past decade but is it really […]

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Family Policy & Advocacy

by Fontbonne University 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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Volunteering Opportunities

by Fontbonne University December 2, 2014

While attending Fontbonne University, I can honestly say that I love living in a city that has several volunteering opportunities at almost every corner you turn, not literally speaking though. Growing up, I was taught to give of my time and talents to those in need, whether that is through my church services or girl […]

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Student’s for Life presents Dead Man Walking

by Lauren September 29, 2014

Students for Life hosted a movie night of sorts last Wednesday. The movie was Dead Man Walking, a critically acclaimed film based off of true events undergone by Sister Helen Prejean. Sister Prejean is played by the talented actress Susan Sarandon. Sean Penn plays Matthew, a convicted murderer who seeks Sister Prejean’s guidance. I had […]

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We Are the Revolution

by Lauren September 23, 2014

These were the words uttered by a woman at the People’s Climate March, held on Sunday at Kiener Plaza. I thought that this would be appropriate topic to talk about. Firstly, because it is always an appropriate time to talk about climate change and its continuing impact on our environment, on our world. Secondly, because […]

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Help Yourself By Helping Others

by Alumni Posts April 30, 2014

Hello! Today, I am going to be sharing my thoughts on community service and its relevance to Fontbonne’s mission statement. • “Why is service so important?” Serving your community lets others know that you want to help change the world little by little while gaining a new perspective of life. Service, amidst being so important, […]

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