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What does Learn More Be More Mean to Me?

by Danielle March 1, 2016

Learn More. Be More. is the catchy Fontbonne slogan that we all know and love.  But what does it really mean, to Learn More and to Be More?  I think this slogan hits home in a lot of different ways for different people.  To me it is all about taking what you learn in classes, […]

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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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Who am I?

by Danielle February 19, 2016

Hello everyone.  My name is Danielle Ader and I am a senior here at Fontbonne University.  With graduation quickly approaching I cannot wait to spend some of my time writing to all of you about my experiences as a Griffin.  I am an Accounting and Business Administration double major and Student government president. In deciding […]

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Welcome Back Griffins!

by McKinley February 15, 2016

Hello everyone!  My name is McKinley Robbins! I am a sophomore here at Fontbonne and majoring in Deaf Education! I am from about an hour south of Chicago. (Yes, where all the cornfields are) I have grown up in a small town my whole life and couldn’t wait to get to St. Louis. I am […]

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[November 17, 2015] Fontbonne University International Bazaar

by Fontbonne University November 20, 2015

In collaboration with International Education Week, FBU organized an International Bazaar to present different cultures to the school’s students. The bazaar was made up of numerous stations: food testing, handicrafts showing, instrument playing and dancing showcases.                      

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Last Lecture

by Fontbonne University October 21, 2015

Hey there Fontbonne Community! Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) is collaborating with Student Government Association (SGA) to host the annual Last Lecture Series. Our speaker this year is Rogene Nelsen. Rogene is an Assistant Professor in the Fashion Merchandising Department in the Eckelkamp College of Global Business and Professional Studies. The event will take place on […]

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Friday, FAB, and Fundraisers – Oh My!

by Fontbonne University October 19, 2015

Happy Friday, Fonties! Friday is my one day that I don’t have class (woo!), but typically tends to be the busiest. As President of the Fontbonne Activities Board (FAB), we have a meeting every Friday at 11:00 AM and (typically) an event at 8:00 PM. In between there, I’m usually spending time up in the […]

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A Word of Advice

by Fontbonne University October 12, 2015

Hello, blogosphere! My name is Brooke Stochl and I am a senior here at Fontbonne University. I am currently pursuing a double major in Psychology and Sociology (Woo, Behavioral Sciences!). While at Fontbonne, I also dove head first into involvement. On campus, I have been involved in the Psychology Club, QUEST Leadership Program, the Orientation […]

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A new life!

by Fontbonne University October 6, 2015

Something about myself: I’ve done my undergraduation in India, from JawaharLal Nehru Technological University in 2012. After my undergraduation, I’ve worked for Google Maps in India for 3 years. Then I took the decision to pursue Masters in Computer Sciences, to move a step ahead in my career. The process of applying to the universities […]

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Was I Wrong?

by DeMarcus October 6, 2015

Lately I think my friends think that I’ve been ignoring them, which isn’t the case. I have just been trying to adjust to my new major and have a mind of my own. Since August 9th, we have spent almost every waking moment together. By any means this isn’t a bad thing, I was just starting […]

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