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Last Lecture

by Conner April 28, 2014

This past Thursday, Omicron Delta Kappa had the pleasure of collaborating with Student Government Association on the first installment of a very exciting, important series of events at Fontbonne, a Last Lecture Series. This was an idea of some student leaders in the beginning of this year. ODK and SGA saw it as a perfect […]

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SpringFest was the Best!

by Joanna April 28, 2014

Yesterday I had the chance to go to my first Fontbonne SpringFest! It was probably one of the best events Fontbonne has had this year. There were two blow ups – a wrecking ball and a velcro wall. The velcro wall was actually kind of painful because my hair kept sticking to my velcro suit, […]

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Weekend Festivities

by Joanna April 21, 2014

While I did not get to participate in Fontbonne Day due to work, I did have an eventful Saturday and Sunday I helped set up for the Blacklight Bash on Saturday, and not to brag or anything, but it was pretty amazing! We threw crepe paper everywhere, blew up like a million balloons, and of […]

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We’re Falling Apart to Half Time

by Alumni Posts April 15, 2014

As you might have heard, I’ll be graduating in May. Cue the Vitamin C song, group hugs, reminiscing on the good old days, etc. etc.  One thing that I’m particularly proud of as I look back on college (and high school, I might add) ….I NEVER MISSED ONE SINGLE SCHOOL DANCE. Naturally this year was […]

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Happy Spirit Week!

by Carlyn April 9, 2014

This week is another busy one! The Fontbonne Activities Board (FAB) is hosting their annual Spring Spirit Week. There are events planned everyday that lead up to the dance. The overall theme is neon. Here’s the line up of exciting events. Monday: “Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Mystery” trivia competition during the day and Dueling Pianos performance […]

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Take Me Out

by Alumni Posts April 9, 2014

Before I start this post, I want to clear something up. I am a bandwagon sports fan. Cardinals, Blues, Rams, etc., I really do not care if they win or lose. However, I do like to join in on festivities. For example: opening day. Technically, the opening day of the season was last Monday, even […]

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Written in my Soul From Me to You

by Alumni Posts March 31, 2014

I’m gonna take this opportunity to chat a bit about a workshop I’m doing for the Human Environmental Sciences department this week – Wednesday, April 2nd, at 11am to be precise. The presentation I’m giving is based off of a project I did in my Methods in Teaching class last semester, which in itself is […]

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I Want It All, and I Want It Now

by Alumni Posts March 25, 2014

Holy cats, spring break is over already. Or was it winter break? With the weather being as unpredictable as it is, sometimes it’s hard to tell. Regardless, I’m sure the rest of the school year will fly by.  But wait! It’s not over quite yet. We haven’t had the Environmental Fair yet. I write about […]

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Supernatural

by Isabella March 24, 2014

A lot of our values growing up have been shaped by movies and television and I’m not ashamed to admit it. This spring break, I’ve been catching up on a TV show called “Supernatural.” It’s about two brothers that fight evil forces in the world. The show is funny, graphic, and full of cool visual effects, […]

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It takes A team

by Marki March 10, 2014

When it comes to putting on a performance you have to have a team to make it work. From the director first starting out with an idea, to them going to the designers to execute their vision, to the actors come together to make it all come alive on stage. It takes everyone to really […]

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