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Sweet Donations.

by Cathy March 31, 2015

Campus was busy this week. Sports were played well, events were held, but I want to talk about the sweet side of things. National Student Speech Language Hearing Association held a donation-based bake sale. This was a broke college kid’s dream. The bake sale was simple. Step one, walk up and give what you can. Step […]

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YOLO

by EJ March 25, 2015

It feels like almost yesterday that I was laying out, jammin’ out, and studying my heart out on campus. Oh wait, that was yesterday! With an exception to a few evenings, STL weather has been incredible! What is there to do in STL on beautiful days like these!? Plenty.. You can take a walk in […]

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What Makes Fontbonne Special

by Patricia March 18, 2015

Unlike big state universities, Fontbonne is unique because it provides individualized attention and services. There are many activities to do throughout campus. There are movie nights, festivals, and holiday celebrations. In the beginning of the year, there is welcome back week and people hand out candy and host activity fairs that help students get involved. […]

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What I’m doing on Spring Break

by Patricia March 6, 2015

So my last post was about some ideas I had to do over spring in general, however, I did not say anything about what I’m doing over spring break. Believe it or not I have quite a busy schedule starting this Thursday as I begin my time off meeting up with a friend. The next […]

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November Showers Bring May Flowers

by Raven November 10, 2014

So, advising week starts Monday (help me… please…). I couldn’t be happier though because that means I’m one semester away from being a senior!!!! I didn’t get to this spot overnight though, I’ve had many late nights and study parties that I don’t wanna relive. Anywho, when I’m studying, I found that I do my […]

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My Fall: Running and Coffee Shops

by Cathy October 23, 2014

My fall memories are full of men and woman lacing up their shoes and heading to starting line. The brisk air hitting you as you walk around to see t-shirts being sold, runners stretching, and food being talked about. This is the sport of Cross Country and it has been a part of my fall […]

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Fall at the Farmers Market

by Abby October 20, 2014

The trees are finally starting to change colors and the air is getting a little more brisk- fall is here! I absolutely love fall weather and everything that goes along with it: pumpkins, apple cider, Halloween, apple orchards, and the farmers market! Yesterday I went to the Soulard Farmers Market in St. Louis and it was SO […]

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My Future Self

by Raven October 20, 2014

Hey Fontys! I’m back! I know when you’re at a family function or talking to a staff member on campus, you probably have been asked, “What are you going to do after college?” And if you’re like me, you’ve had your life planned out since you were five. If not (and you’re lucky that you’re […]

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West Lake Landfill: Toxic is Toxic

by Lauren October 20, 2014

Some weeks ago I attended an event about the West Lake Landfill crisis. Unbeknownst to me, the crisis at West Lake has a large impact on the St. Louis region. I, myself, was clueless about he goings-on in Bridgeton. My sister, a devoted advocate of the Earth, asked me to join her. The West Lake […]

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Tour of St. Louis

by Sara September 29, 2014

The office of international admissions organizes a tour for all Fontbonne students. Since I came in spring, this was the first time I had the opportunity to join the adventure. The tour was on Saturday 13th and we started at 9:30 am, too early for a Saturday! But it was a nice day outside and […]

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