Set It Off

by Corie April 10, 2014

Last night I went to support my friends band, Struck By Sound at Fubar. But, I didn’t realize that Set It Off was the headliner. I almost died. Jumping around and rocking out all night, brings me back to high school. I got back in that mosh pit. My body took a beating after that [...]

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Happy Spirit Week!

by Carlyn April 9, 2014

This week is another busy one! The Fontbonne Activities Board (FAB) is hosting their annual Spring Spirit Week. There are events planned everyday that lead up to the dance. The overall theme is neon. Here’s the line up of exciting events. Monday: “Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Mystery” trivia competition during the day and Dueling Pianos performance [...]

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Research Methods

by Isabella April 9, 2014

So… I’ve spent the first six months in 2014 trying to decide whether I wanted to do a thesis or not. In the graduate program for speech-pathology, this is optional, so we have a choice. I asked around; students who did do one felt incredibly gratified and fulfilled. Those who did not do one were [...]

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How to stay healthy while on Campus

by Britney April 9, 2014

This topic is perfect for me right now. I’ve recently gained so much weight since I moved on campus and let me tell you, it is not pretty at all. My boyfriend kept trying to get me to work out and eat healthy, but it was so hard and I just kept getting bigger and [...]

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Take Me Out

by Marielle April 9, 2014

Before I start this post, I want to clear something up. I am a bandwagon sports fan. Cardinals, Blues, Rams, etc., I really do not care if they win or lose. However, I do like to join in on festivities. For example: opening day. Technically, the opening day of the season was last Monday, even [...]

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Airplane Tips

by Kristen April 7, 2014

As I am now a seasoned airplane veteran (having been on five airplanes, all in the same trip), I feel I have some quality advice about flying that I can share with you. When you first get onto the plane, you will have to find your seat and store your luggage nearby.  For big bags, [...]

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Senior

by Tim April 7, 2014

I’m starting to realize that this is it. My last year here due to graduation in December. It is my last time for a lot of stuff. I have had a blast the past year and a half here. I’ve met some great people that i consider my family here. The experience are priceless that [...]

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A Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (JK, I’m Talking About COLLEGE)

by Tara Jones April 7, 2014

If I were to give a new student advice on how to survive college, the first word that would come out of my mouth is, “God.” It is crucial to have a backbone of faith – in something. By having faith in our Lord, you will have more faith in yourself. When you have more [...]

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Love

by Tara Jones April 7, 2014

LOVE isn’t solely for Valentine’s Day. Love is patient and love is kind. Love is for all. You might even think of Nat King Cole’s “Love” or Haddaway’s “What Is Love.” …Baby, don’t hurt me, don’t hurt me no more. Honestly, I think love is so overrated. People give love way too many definitions. Love [...]

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Changes…

by Carly April 7, 2014

I knew going into the week after spring break that it was going to be the “Face the To-Do List I was Supposed to Tackle During Spring Break Week” week. Does that make sense? However I write it though, the week was, in a word, rough. And I loved it for that. Because weeks that [...]

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