An Unexpected Snow Day

by Taylor February 23, 2015

A week ago we had a surprise snow day at Fontbonne! A friend and I decided to make the most of our snow day and made some great memories! First, we went sledding on Art Hill in Forest Park! It was my first time sledding there and I absolutely loved it! There were tons of […]

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“I had no idea…” – National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

by Hannah February 23, 2015

“I had no idea that the ‘perfect’ images I see every day are digital illusions.” “I had no idea that my passion became my problem.” “I had no idea that bullying can trigger an eating disorder.” “I had no idea that my quest for health was making me sick.” “I had no idea that eating […]

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Today is Where Your Book Begins

by Abby February 23, 2015

Transitioning from high school to college can elicit many different types of emotions: nervousness, excitement, fear, anxiety… the list is endless. Going to a whole new place where you may know only a few people, if anyone, can be intimidating. When I first came to Fontbonne, I did not know a single person here — […]

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Taking Data

by Isabella February 23, 2015

As a speech-pathology major, one of my profession’s greatest concerns is keeping track. By keeping track, we have the evidence we need to judge our work, to backtrack, or move forward, with different strategies, all to achieve a goal. For many speech-pathology majors, or any major that requires taking data, it is difficult to keep track […]

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Minneapolis Memories

by Carlyn February 23, 2015

I just got back from a conference in Minneapolis called NACA (National Association for Campus Activities). I attended this last year as well in Boston and have been looking forward to it again ever since then. This is a conference in which there are a variety of teaser shows and market places in which you […]

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Wacky Warhol Display

by Carlyn February 23, 2015

This semester, I am enrolled in an independent study visual merchandising class. This is the first time I have taken an independent study, so it is a very different structure to get used to. Everything is done on my own time, yet I still have to communicate with my classmates because we are completing displays […]

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Snow adventure!?

by Kathy February 23, 2015

Hi everyone, Honestly, I like snowing and this is my first experience seeing snow in my life. Initially I felt so romantic and excited seeing snow and everything seem frozen (car is frozen, leaves are frozen, etc). All around is white and peaceful. However, after few days, streets started to get dirty as the snow […]

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Leaving the Lions

by Raven February 23, 2015

Hey Fonties! Hope you had a fabulous week. I can’t believe I’m almost a college senior! Time really does fly when you’re having fun. It seems like just yesterday, I was being fitted for a cap and gown for high school graduation. When I think about my transition from high school to college, I remember […]

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A Group Tribute

by Elizabeth February 23, 2015

On Thursday, February 19th, a comedian named Harris Wittels passed away. He was best known as a writer and producer for some of the best comedies of the best decade, including one of my all-time favorites, Parks and Recreation. Additionally, he was a great musician, performing in a band called Don’t Stop or We’ll Die, and […]

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Griffin Gang

by Sarah B. February 19, 2015

Have you been looking for an group to get involved with? Try out Griffin Gang! Our group is all about getting students to the games to support our teams. Every week our executive team gathers to discuss ways in which we could get more involvement from the crowd. Of course, our sports teams are not as big as […]

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