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A Word about the Library…

by Alumni Posts December 9, 2013

I must admit that during my undergrad studies I went to the library to A.) Print a paper when my dorm printer didn’t work, B.) Find a book to use as a cited source when the professor required it, and finally (my favorite) C.) Take a nap!  Now, college students, I am not saying this […]

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Leadership shadowing

by Alumni Posts November 26, 2013

This semester, I took a leadership course for graduate students (HES535 Leadership Development for Professional Practice). In this class, we talked about different leadership styles based on theories. There were many meaningful assignments we needed to do for this class. One of my favorite projects is to shadow a CEO or president in a non-profit […]

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Advising week

by Alumni Posts November 26, 2013

Last week was our advising week, which is a very important week to prepare for registering for classes. Next semester will be my last but not least semester at Fontbonne, which is sad but very exciting news. I will take my last three graduate courses: marketing for non-profits; administering programs for children and families; the […]

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But Where Will I Blog?!

by Alumni Posts November 16, 2013

I’ve been preparing for my May graduation in various ways. I’ve applied for grad schools all over. I’ve really considered what I want to do with my life. I’ve been tutoring biology at school a ton, and I’ve been interning off campus in a lab all while taking 18 credit hours in order to prepare […]

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Potpourri

by Alumni Posts July 17, 2013

I’ll proudly admit that I love watching the classic gameshow “Jeopardy!”. I’ve actually taken the online quiz twice in an attempt to take the next steps to be a contestant on the show. One of the categories that always befuddles me, however, is called “Potpourri.” This category, which is in play in extremely random intervals, […]

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Midsemester Thoughts

by Alumni Posts March 13, 2013

Ahhhhhh! How are we already passed the midpoint of my last semester of undergraduate school? How am I a Senior already?!? For those who are still in high school or aren’t quite Seniors in college yet, just know that the time will fly by! Don’t take that time for granted! If you’re a Senior like […]

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Thanksgiving is coming!

by Alumni Posts November 20, 2012

Thanksgiving is coming this Thursday (Nov 22). I feel so excited because it will be my first Thanksgiving in the United States. I really want to say thanks a million to my dear God. He is so faithful, graceful and amazing to take care of me wherever I am, whatever happens. I want to say […]

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Well Hello There.

by Alumni Posts September 17, 2012

I’ve decided that, for my first blog of the semester, I would respond to the following prompt: “Introduce yourself!” I’ve decided to respond to the aforementioned prompt as opposed to going off on my own tangent for a couple of reasons. One, I’m pretty sure my “About Me” from freshman year is pretty outdated, as […]

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Thoughts for the Week

by Alumni Posts February 13, 2012

Hello all–Happy Friday! The good thing about being in a challenging, fast-paced program is that the weeks fly by! This weekend is going to be particularly awesome in my household come Sunday evening—it’s the Oscars! My roommate and I are both movie buffs so we’re scrambling to watch all of the Best Pic nominees before […]

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