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Why should you come to Fontbonne?

by Alumni Posts October 29, 2015

Thinking about coming to Fontbonne? Here are some reasons why you should consider this lovely school!!! 1. It’s small. Unlike at a big school where the lectures have 75 students or so, Fontbonne is only a few thousand students, so the classes are like max 30 people. The professors have less students to know so […]

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Fall at Fontbonne University

by Claire October 26, 2015

Fall is my favorite season in Saint Louis. Although this is very stereotypical, you really cannot beat a Saint Louis fall. It is not too cold and not too hot. It is a nice mix of switching back and forth between shorts and jeans and each day is a new adventure when trying to figure […]

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A new life!

by Fontbonne University October 6, 2015

Something about myself: I’ve done my undergraduation in India, from JawaharLal Nehru Technological University in 2012. After my undergraduation, I’ve worked for Google Maps in India for 3 years. Then I took the decision to pursue Masters in Computer Sciences, to move a step ahead in my career. The process of applying to the universities […]

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Why Fontbonne?

by Fontbonne University September 28, 2015

“Why did you choose Fontbonne?” is a question I found myself getting asked quite often. Whether it’s family asking me or my classmates, my answer is usually the same. I say something along the lines of “I like the small community feel” or “I wanted a school with a small student to faculty ratio.” While […]

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[Sep 19, 2015] Downtown St. Louis tour

by Fontbonne University September 22, 2015

On September 19, 2015, the school had organized a trip to famous places in St. Louis and all students were welcome to join. Most international students were present and surely had a lot of fun. The first stop of the trip was Forest Park. The view inside is just breathtaking. The following stop was the […]

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A month at Saint Louis!

by Fontbonne University September 14, 2015

I can’t believe it’s already a month that I’ve been in the USA, more over FONTBONNE!! I’ve always heard that America is very strict on rules, but on arriving here, I’m overwhelmed. The best thing are the traffic rules. Having been to the other cities in the USA, I find Saint Louis very beautiful and […]

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Summer Adventures

by Fontbonne University June 29, 2015

This past week I got to meet up with my friend, Ruth! We decided to spend the entire day together since we never get to see each other during the school year. First, we went to the History Museum in Forest Park and spent about an hour there. We got to see some interesting and […]

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Top 3 Things to do in STL…They’re Free!

by Fontbonne University June 22, 2015

Wondering what to do during your long summer break? Maybe you’re getting a little bored and need some ideas of things to do? Well I’ve came up with a list of 3 things to do in the St. Louis area during your break and they’re free! 1. Take a walk through the beautiful Forest Park. […]

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Fontbonne may be small, but the community isn’t..

by Alumni Posts June 9, 2015

When I tell people I go to Fontbonne University, they say “where is that!?” After I tell them the location, they say “oh it’s by The Loop, isn’t it!?” If I had not been from this area, I would have been skeptical with the same questions when thinking about attending FU.. However, I was fortunate […]

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Summer Plans!

by Alumni Posts June 4, 2015

Hope everybody is enjoying their summer, thus far! I know the weather has been far from ideal but just like everything else in life, the days are what you make of them! I have a busy summer ahead of me! As far as Fontbonne life goes, I am currently living Tuesday to Tuesday by working […]

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