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Feeling Grateful

by Yuri November 21, 2016

In less than a week, it will be Thanksgiving! Where did the year go? Even though some of us live a fast-paced life, let’s take a minute to stop and reflect on what we are thankful for. Personally for me, there are several things. First and foremost, health. I am fortunate enough to wake up every morning […]

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5 Things You Need To Do During Thanksgiving Break

by Courtney November 21, 2016

Spend time with family and friends. Try to make a recipe for Thanksgiving whether that is a dessert or side dish. RELAX, RELAX, RELAX! Do some sort of exercise, whether that is a short walk or playing Twister with the family just to work off some of that food. Remind yourself that we are almost […]

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Thank You Note(s)

by Morgan November 21, 2016

Hi everyone! We are getting very close to the final stretch of the semester, so please do your best and try to finish strong!! We’ve made it this far, so I know all of you have enough strength to finish out as strongly as you can! But back to more important things at hand: Thanksgiving. […]

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Ten Things I’m Thankful for

by Anna November 21, 2016

Thanksgiving is just one week away!  It’s probably my second- or third-favorite holiday; I can’t decide between it and Easter.  Anyway, now is a great time of the year to count your blessings, so to speak.  I know it’s nearly the end of the semester, you’re probably exhausted, and you’re looking forward to some time […]

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Life as a Commuter

by Anna November 21, 2016

If you’ve read some of my past posts, you probably know I’m a commuter.  Overall, this is the best possible way for me to get an exceptional higher education experience and maintain the lifestyle I’m used to at home.  My commute ranges from 35 to 45 minutes one way, depending on traffic, but I enjoy […]

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What I am thankful for

by Patricia November 21, 2016

There are many things that I am thankful for. I’m thankful for all the new people that I have met this semester. I have had a busy semester and I’m grateful for that. I hate being bored with nothing to do, and I was working on projects and getting to spend time with people. I’m […]

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Halloween

by Patricia November 21, 2016

I’m a bit late for this post, but on Halloween I did all sorts of things. My costume was of Elsa from the movie Frozen. I told everyone that I would be a creepy clown, and people took me seriously. I even had a neighbor show up to my door and give me a really […]

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Campus Life: Tips and Tricks

by Jess November 17, 2016

When I first came to Fontbonne during the summer of 2016, I lived in Southwest Hall. It was extremely convenient – I could leave my room at 3:58 for a class that began at 4 and still make it on time, although I don’t recommend this strategy if you have time anxiety. It was also […]

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The “Commute” to Fontbonne

by Candance November 17, 2016

When I started Fontbonne in 2009, my pet peeve I had with commuting was the fact that there were hardly any parking spots. You had to be sure to definitely arrive much earlier than your scheduled class time in order to circle the lots in hopes you’d find a spot. If there still were no […]

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Give Thanks.

by Jess November 17, 2016

Thanksgiving is my second favorite holiday (Halloween trumps all). I can be inclined to negativity, but something about this time of year seems to bring out all of the positive energy I have. Maybe it’s because I’m constantly thinking about the delicious food that I get to consume at the end of the month, or […]

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