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Fried Green Tomatoes

by Alumni Posts February 12, 2015

It’s been a while since I’ve last blogged, but since it’s my last semester, I hope you will indulge me as I prepare for the next step. Yes, I am graduating in May! It seems very surreal, but so does the rest of my life. After all, I am grateful that I was able to […]

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International Bazaar

by Alumni Posts November 25, 2014

Fontbonne University might seem like a small place, but there are more than 27 countries represented in the student body! However, it may be difficult to realize this because we are scattered along the different majors and programs that Fontbonne offers. The International Bazaar on the 18th of November was the perfect event to showcase […]

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New city, new people, new environment

by Alumni Posts October 20, 2014

Hello everyone, Hope everyone is doing good! I have been living in St. Louis since this June. I am originally from Hong Kong and came to the United States for studying. Everything seems new to me once I move and live in here. Before coming to St. Louis, I was little bit nervous because I […]

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Meeting Dr. Pressimone

by Alumni Posts September 11, 2014

I was lucky to meet Dr. Pressimone at the international students dinner on September 4th. As I came near the Wydown House, I noticed how everything was set up to make this dinner a welcoming experience. The flags in the entryway representing the countries, the tables in the front porch and the decorations inside the […]

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Asian Heritage Festival

by Alumni Posts November 26, 2013

Asian Heritage Festival is an annual Asian American community event in St. Louis. The purpose of this event is to offer an opportunity to gather the community of Asian Americans together. This event is supported by the Asian American Chamber of Commerce (AACC). Last month, I invited my American friend to attend the 2013 Asian […]

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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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A traditional Halloween Activity- Carving a Pumpkin

by Alumni Posts October 30, 2012

When I saw pumpkins, I knew Halloween was coming. This year, I’ve done my first pumpkin craving with my friends at Fontbonne. Last Thursday, Fontbonne offered an interesting activity–carving pumpkins–to students. Actually, I’ve never thought about carving pumpkin by myself until my friend, Carlos, invited me to do it. When I saw the huge pumpkin, […]

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Sushi Party @FBU

by Alumni Posts October 11, 2012

Have you eaten sushi in a Japanese restaurant before? This semester, I’m so lucky I made some friends from Japan. Therefore, we decided to have a sushi party to make sushi together at Fontbonne University. Before making the sushi together, Ian and I took the Japanese students to the Asian street on Olive Blvd to […]

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Day tour in St. Louis

by Alumni Posts September 27, 2012

A one-day trip is FREE in St. Louis?    What’s this for? It’s a free one-day trip in St. Louis. Because many international students just arrived in St. Louis this year, the Fontbonne International Students Alliance (FISA) plans a day tour for students who are new in St. Louis. We had so much fun because many […]

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President’s Night!

by Alumni Posts September 13, 2012

Yesterday, I had a good night because it was “President’s Night”, which is a Fontbonne event welcome to international students. At President’s night, our President, Dr. Golden and his wife, Monica, invited international students to come to their house and eat dinner together. I felt honored I had a chance to join this president’s night, […]

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