College Student

by Sarah November 9, 2014

If someone were to ask me “Why did you choose Fontbonne?” I can honestly say that I do not have the same answer as I did last year.  Going back to senior year of high school, I know that I was not too fond of having to make another big life decision for myself.  I [...]

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This Human Shall Now Self-Destruct in 5…4…3…

by Sarah November 6, 2014

When it comes to the last four weeks of the semester, plus exam week on top of that, students as well as the teachers on campus really begin to slowly stress out.  Whether I like it or not, there are four full weeks till the end of the semester, plus the two full days of [...]

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5 Foods to Fuel Your Study Session

by Hannah November 6, 2014

Many things can effect your ability to study, like where you are or who you are with. But most importantly, what you eat can make or break a successful study session. Food can affect not only your ability to focus, but also your ability to retain whatever information you are trying to cram into your brain. [...]

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Study Habits

by Katie November 6, 2014

It’s hard to believe it’s November already!  Where did the time go?! When classes are wrapping up, it only means one thing… things seem to be going by at lightening speed!  (At least, this is how the past few weeks have been for me.)  I linked to some study tips and apps for studying in [...]

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Study Buddy

by Abby Towle November 6, 2014

 Finals are just around the corner and that means it is time to study study study! Studying and doing homework are what college students spend the majority of their time doing, so it is important to know the basic ins-and-outs of how to do it well. One strategy I would recommend doing, as my title [...]

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Preferred Parking Comedy Tour

by Carlyn November 6, 2014

It seems as if a week never goes by without an exciting campus event taking place. Recently, the Fontbonne Activties Board (FAB) hosted a comedy night, and it was co-sponsored by the National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association (NSSLHA). Because I am in charge of all live performance events, this was one that I was lucky [...]

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Registering for Classes! Ahhhhh!

by Taylor November 6, 2014

It’s almost time to register for classes for the spring 2015 semester. Can you believe it?! I feel like I just started my sophomore year of college and am now almost half way through it. Picking out what classes you want/need to take can be fun, yet challenging at the same time. I’ve come up [...]

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Business Administration + Finance!

by Sara November 6, 2014

In high school I was a good student and I liked almost all of the classes I took. I did not love any particular subject over another. As a recent high school graduate I struggled with the idea of choosing a major. At first I wanted to be an architect, then a doctor, then an [...]

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Studying without the tears.

by Cathy November 4, 2014

Studying can be an adventure, even though some people make it out to be the worst thing in the world. The main thing is knowing how you learn. The person sitting next to you can study a minimal amount and ace the test, but you could be studying for hours. This is the way humans [...]

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Do I really study?

by Tim November 4, 2014

When I study, I try to make sure that it is not in my room. This way I won’t fall asleep or get distracted and play video games. So I got to the AMC or the library, depends on how loud it is at night. My study tips depend on my mood and the type [...]

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