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New & Future Students

Why Speech Path?

by Sarah March 3, 2014

For me, Speech-Language Pathology (SLP)  just made sense.  In high school I had been looking into majoring in something in the category of the medical field.  But I didn’t want to be a doctor or a nurse.  For a while I was thinking of going into Physical Therapy but that just didn’t seem quite right […]

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Be outgoing.. Be you

by Britney February 21, 2014

To all the new students struggling to fit in… Don’t struggle anymore. Just be yourself. There is only one of you so you might as well be it. Do not be afraid to be outspoken and say what is on your mind. If you never branch out and talk to people then your college experience […]

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“Hindsight is Vibrant, Reality: Rarely Lit”

by Marielle February 18, 2014

So maybe you think that since I’m a senior, with almost 4 years of college life behind me, I have it all figured out. Not really. I’m just making it up as I go. But I can offer some advice based on my past experiences, good and bad.  All things considered, looking back now – […]

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The Boys are Back in Town

by Marielle January 23, 2014

WELL here we are back in school again. Is it really my last semester in college? Welp, as long as I don’t accidentally fail something, it sure is. Medical Nutrition Therapy II, Experimental Foods, Microbiology, and HES Senior Synthesis are all on the schedule for the next few months, and then that’s all, folks! So […]

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Do What Makes You Happy and Do It Well!

by Alumni Posts December 16, 2013

I have always loved performing, and I guess I am decent at it as I did receive a scholarship for performing for my undergrad and I do want to be a theatre teacher.  But, if this is my passion, then why haven’t I done it more? It’s so easy for us to get caught up […]

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My blessed life in 2013

by Penny December 16, 2013

Thank God for blessing me this year, so that I have enough grace to finish everything I should finish in 2013. Here is the list of what I did this year: Continued to be a contributor for Real Life at Fontbonne blog Became a social media specialist for Student Alumni Association of Fontbonne Volunteered to […]

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Changing of the Seasons

by Marielle December 2, 2013

Now that the brief respite of Thanksgiving break is behind us, finals are just around the corner. Honestly, I’ve never worried much about finals, because stress is unproductive! If you feel yourself getting overwhelmed, just remember that you can only do your best, and nothing more. Here are some other things you can do to […]

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Oh, the Woes of Advising.

by Alumni Posts November 15, 2013

Wow, we’re already in November! This time of year is always a favorite of mine. The leaves are changing on the trees, the crisp fall air sends chills down my spine, and I get to wear comfy clothes. Yep, it’s a good time to be alive! Oh. Wait. I forgot that advising at Fontbonne also […]

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The Favorites

by Deanna October 28, 2013

Sometimes it is really shocking which classes end up being your favorites. Mine would have to be two that I expected the be the most work, which they were, but they were also the most rewarding courses I have taken so far during my time here at Fontbonne. I have three favorite classes. All of them […]

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Take the Time to Appreciate

by Marielle October 23, 2013

When someone asks me what my favorite course has been so far during my time at Fontbonne, I always give the same answer: Music Appreciation. This response has the tendency to baffle people. I took it first semester my freshman year, it’s a Gen Ed class, and it has absolutely nothing to do with my […]

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