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In Saint Louis

My life at St. Louis Children’s Hospital

by Penny December 16, 2013

This semester, I was a student intern at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, which has been ranked by USNews as the 6th best children’s hospital in the U.S. this year. What I did there was to follow the clinic lead, Ms. Haycraft. I attended different meetings, helped at community events, assisted with some health educational projects, [...]

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Free Frozen Yogurt!

by Penny December 12, 2013

Can you believe that there is an event to eat frozen yogurt for FREE? I participated in a “holiday preview” event to help FroYo, a frozen yogurt company, taste new holiday flavors, and then I got a whole cup of frozen yogurt for FREE after I ranked those flavors. Here is the rule for the [...]

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Happy Holidays

by Tara Jones December 11, 2013

I feel so guilty already! My family doesn’t exactly have set holiday plans for Winter break like everybody else. Rather, we’re spending time bonding with each other because I feel like that’s something we can certainly improve on! The Christmas season isn’t about gifts and gluttony, food and folly. It’s about love. Thus, that’s what [...]

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Snow is on the way

by Penny December 9, 2013

Fontbonne students and all the St. Louis residents, be careful this week because the real winter is approaching. According to KMOV.COM, “the ice, snow [is] hitting St. Louis area today.” We will have continued snowing this Thursday, Friday and Sunday. Fontbonne students please check your email, because our school already sent an email about snow [...]

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Health Fair

by Penny December 9, 2013

This semester, I am volunteering my time as an intern at St. Louis Children’s Hospital. It is a very meaningful experience for me. I attend different meetings with a clinic lead, met and educated patients and families, and assisted family resource center to deliver educational materials to the public. It was a very meaningful experience [...]

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Eckert’s Farm Trip

by Stephany December 2, 2013

What to do during the month of Oct-Nov? Why not visit Eckert’s Farm? You can go on a hayride, go apple picking, even make your own s’more! Just make sure you don’t leave your house without a scarf, gloves, hat, and a good jacket. Here is the website: http://www.eckerts.com/

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Obrigado

by Tara Jones December 2, 2013

Gobble, gobble! It’s that time of year again, isn’t it? Stupendous! Hmm, what am I thankful for? I couldn’t be more thankful for all of the opportunities, friends, family, adventures, and in general, blessings that God has given me. Trust me, I could make a reeeaal long list!* *I’m not quite positive any of us [...]

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Leadership shadowing

by Penny November 26, 2013

This semester, I took a leadership course for graduate students (HES535 Leadership Development for Professional Practice). In this class, we talked about different leadership styles based on theories. There were many meaningful assignments we needed to do for this class. One of my favorite projects is to shadow a CEO or president in a non-profit [...]

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Happy Thanksgiving!!

by Lizzie November 25, 2013

Wow, it’s already close to Thanksgiving?? That means we’re almost done for the Fall semester! First, so sorry for not blogging at all lately. I mean, I did one blog at least, right? Anyways, I hope everyone’s excited and ready to get fat this holiday! Haha. Most importantly, be thankful for the many things in [...]

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Top ten things that will be acconplished during break.

by Tim November 25, 2013

I decided to do something a little bit different this time around. I hope you all like it. 10. Watching movies on netflix 9. English paper 8. Science homework 7. Playing video games with my friends 6. Beating old video games that I started 5.  Finish reading “The Hidden Hand” 4. post more stuff on [...]

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