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How can math be discrete?!

by Deanna October 12, 2011

Hardest class I have this semester… or have ever had, for that matter… is Discrete Math. I still am not sure what purpose it will ever serve in my future, and I have to work twice as hard to do well in that class as I do in any of my other classes. It’s a […]

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Where Everyone Knows Your Name…

by Marielle October 12, 2011

This semester has been kind to me as far as classes go, so I thought I would talk a little bit about what classes I’m taking. I’m happy to not have many Gen-Eds to get out of the way, so now I can really get down to my major-specific classes: this semester, it’s Chemistry, Food […]

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That Senior Paper

by Alumni Posts October 12, 2011

86 pages. 25,615 words. 53 citations. This is my senior paper in applied sociology: “Applied Sociology and Adcult: Reflecting on an Applied Sociology Internship.” And it’s finally done. I started this paper at the beginning of the school year, back in August. In a little over a month and a half, I churned this thing […]

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Learning Through Experience

by Alumni Posts September 26, 2011

So I’m currently taking a course called “Introduction to Classroom Teaching” and let me just say, it has done nothing but confirm to me that I was meant to be a teacher. It delves into the psychology behind classroom management and the different theories of how the mind develops through a child’s school years. But […]

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Where Everybody Knows Your Name

by Alumni Posts September 16, 2011

Hello, everyone! I’m a transfer student. This is my third year attending college and my first at Fontbonne, and I gotta say, it feels so good to be part of a university again! Since the semester started, I’ve discovered a whole plethora of reasons why Fontbonne is the school for me. I’m having trouble just […]

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Mise en place

by Alumni Posts April 14, 2011

Mise en place has been ingrained in my brain this semester…along with syneresis, flocculated, chalazae, and an abundance of other culinary terms. (Shout out to my dietetic classmates and Dr. Cheryl Houston!!!) With all that said, Mise en place is a great representation of how I feel going into Fall 2011 semester.  For those of […]

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Ashley-Nothing's Better than Communications

by fontbonneuniversity October 23, 2008

Hello! Choosing my major at Fontbonne was a hard process. I would like to share my story with you…        As I came to Fontbonne as a freshman, I had no clue of what I wanted to do. I remember researching different majors and trying to make a final decision about what I was going […]

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Sarah- Can See Herself in Many Fields

by fontbonneuniversity October 22, 2008

My major is Accounting.  My thought process for this selection was that I wanted to mainly do photography.  So I sat here thinking, “Well I need to go the business route.”  Photography alone has a lot of different costs associated with it.  You must buy the paper to develop the photos on, the chemicals to […]

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Andy- Wants To Own His Own Business

by fontbonneuniversity October 22, 2008

My major is business administration with a concentration in management.   I first started out wanting to do sports medicine and then I moved into accounting.  After taking two classes, I decided that it wasn’t a right fit for me.  At the same time, I was taking management classes and I enjoyed those much more.  […]

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Liz – My Major is Priceless to Me

by fontbonneuniversity October 17, 2008

I am an Elementary and Special Education major at Fontbonne because I strongly believe everyone has strengths and that these strengths should be recogonized and valued. Every person comes with a story and their own unique gifts and life experiences. Knowing this about the children that will come into my classroom, I look forward to […]

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