Finals…

by Taylor May 4, 2015

It’s that dreaded, yet anticipated time of year. It’s finals week. The term “finals” has both a good and a bad rep. The good is that there is usually a long break from school waiting for students once they finish their finals. The bad is that they actually have to get through their finals in […]

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Summer of 2015

by Sarah May 4, 2015

Oh my gosh can you believe that this summer is almost here?!  Though really we will still be in the season of spring until the ending of June, summer vacation is so close!  I have been doing my best not to wish this semester away and get stuck by spring fever.  So far I have […]

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The Power of an Internship

by Taylor May 4, 2015

If there is one thing I can recommend while you are still in college, it would be to get an internship. An internship allows a student to learn about a desired profession and see if it would be something they could see themselves doing permanently. I had an internship this past tax season at Kiefer […]

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Mid-Life College Crisis

by Sarah May 4, 2015

Last year, as a freshman I would hear professors tell me that it is common for people to switch majors in life at least once. I had not really believed my professors, in addition to my family members until that happened to me. When I started my college career I thought for sure that I […]

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Ready for Summer!

by Katie April 30, 2015

This summer is my last summer break of my undergrad and I’m feeling both anxious and excited. I will be working full time at my job, while still finding time to relax and spend time with friends and family.  I’m looking forward to quality time with friends and family because during the last month of […]

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What I Learned this Semester

by Patricia April 29, 2015

I learned a lot this semester. I learned a lot in my contemporary moral issues class. Although the ideas are pretty basic, I like how there are different categories for things. For example, you cannot hurt a tree, you damage it. Humans are ends in themselves… that sort of thing. I have also come closer […]

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This Friday is our Fontbonne Day !!!

by Kathy April 29, 2015

Hi everyone, Do you know that this coming Friday is our Fontbonne Day?!!! I’m very excited to that since I just came to Fontbonne University last summer and this is my first year to experience Fontbonne Day!! This year I will have an opportunity to participate into one of the volunteering activities. I and other […]

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The Beauty of Forest Park

by Taylor April 29, 2015

Fontbonne is a couple minutes away from one of St. Louis’ greatest achievements; Forest Park. Forest Park is a beautiful park that many locals adore, including myself! The park sits on a little over 1,200 acres and is actually larger than Central Park in New York. Throughout Forest Park you’ll find rolling hills, beautiful landscapes, […]

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Looking forward to This Summer!

by Kathy April 29, 2015

This summer is a period that I have been looking forward to for so long since I came to the United States, because this summer I will be truly having my dietetic internship and gaining experience in different areas of the dietetics field, including clinical, food service, and community nutrition. I’m very very excited because […]

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5 Ways to Balance Finals

by EJ April 29, 2015

Finals are approaching! For most high school and college students, this means a HUGE loss of sleep and long hours studying.. Basically, 3 weeks of hell.. Here’s a few tips to help everybody get through their week — 1) I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again.. Take naps! Naps are an amazing way […]

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