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Thanksgiving Aftermath

by Patricia December 7, 2015

Visiting my grandma for Thanksgiving was fun! On Wednesday when we got a hotel, the lady at the desk saw that we had 5 people and gave us a free upgrade. We got a suite with 2 bedrooms. On Thanksgiving we watched the Macy’s parade in new York  and I got to go swimming. Then […]

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26 Things I am Thankful For!

by Claire November 20, 2015

With Thanksgiving falling on November 26th this year, I decided to make a list of 26 things I am thankful for: My parents for creating me My twin for sharing a womb with me My brothers for challenging me and sticking up for me Aunts and Uncles and Cousins who support me My old friends […]

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A few words of gratitude

by Fontbonne University November 20, 2015

Thanksgiving is in one week – my first Thanksgiving in the States. I hereby would love to express my gratitude and appreciation to the teachers, staffs and friends in Fontbonne. You made my life so much more fun and enjoyable. I have never been such a positive person before I came here. Having to study […]

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Focusing on the Positive

by Alumni Posts November 20, 2015

I know from experience that it’s easy to get caught up in the stress of everyday life. From this, we tend to focus on all the negatives that we perceive are out to get us, when truthfully we have so much to be thankful for. A professor once gave me a bit of advice that […]

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Bye Fall 2015!

by Alumni Posts November 5, 2015

As the semester of Fall 2015 slowly comes to an end, I can’t help but to recollect on this long and tedious semester. The past few semesters have been tumultuous, so I generally expected Fall 2015 to be the same. I took it upon myself this semester to focus on myself and my grades. To […]

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Recommended readings: Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

by Fontbonne University November 4, 2015

Disclaimer: Don’t worry, I will try not to spoil. Though this book is really famous, I believe that there are still a lot of people have not read it. I, too, once thought that the work was too mainstream, so I refrained from reading it. However, as I was browsing through the “50 best quotes […]

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[October 23, 2015] Fontbonne’s trip to Creepy World – Happy Belated Halloween!!

by Fontbonne University November 4, 2015

So on a nice Friday on October 23rd,  just a week before Halloween, FBU offered a great sale on tickets to Creepy World. With the actual price being $25, the $5 sale was undeniably a jackpot. Then, our group of about 50 people including Fontbonne students – mostly international students and staffs rode the bus […]

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What I’ve Learned This Semester

by Alumni Posts November 2, 2015

It’s unbelievable to me that it’s November 2nd already. This semester seems to have flown by, and I can’t believe it’s my last semester of undergrad. My time at Fontbonne has taught me so much, not only in an academic sense, but in ways I can’t describe. I feel that I’ve truly grown into a […]

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Why I Have a Love/Hate Relationship with Black Friday

by Claire November 2, 2015

Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving where stores throughout the nation open at outrageous hours to offer shoppers the best deals on all of their must haves for Christmas. Some stores open as early at 6 pm on Thanksgiving Day. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good sale as much as the next […]

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On Campus This Week: Financial Literacy

by Alumni Posts October 28, 2015

This week has been a crazy one, with a lot going on in campus life. One campus activity I took advantage of this week was Vinny Vincent’s Financial Literacy classes. This year I made a goal to set up a budget for myself and to develop a better understanding of how to manage finances because […]

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