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Total Access

by Alumni Posts October 28, 2011

This week I’m facing a dilemma of not only putting off my homework but now I don’t have access to a file that I need to read for an assignment. Had I not procrastinated I would have seen this problem ahead of time and called the Technology Department at Fontbonne. Did I mention it would […]

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Every Time We Meet

by Alumni Posts October 28, 2011

I remember, way back during last semester, when it came time for my roommate and I to decide what our housing situation would be for the fall semester. We unfortunately did not get a room on the much-coveted third floor of Medaille, but instead had to settle for whatever was left of the picked-over rooms […]

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Where Are You Headed?

by Alumni Posts October 28, 2011

The more I think about my future, the more I realize I’m clueless. My response to this state of cluelessness is to seek out other people to talk to; current and former professors, close friends and significant others, parents, randomly trustworthy strangers… why not? The thing is, I want to do SO MANY things. I’d […]

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Gettin’ Crafty

by Alumni Posts October 24, 2011

Now that midterms are over, all of my classes are in that stage where we’ve just started a new unit, so there aren’t any impending quizzes or tests to freak out about.  This is nice for several reasons: a) I have a 731-page book on Alexander Hamilton to plow through ASAP for one of my […]

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The Return of the Test

by Alumni Posts October 21, 2011

In college, there is nothing dreaded more than exams. They have a way of sneaking up on students. Then, you feel there is no way you can already have a test since you just had a test last week– or what felt like last week! Those last minutes of studying and cramming will hopefully pay […]

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Autism Walk

by Alumni Posts October 21, 2011

This past weekend I was lucky enough to be apart of the St. Louis Walk Now for Autism Speaks. I was slightly nervous about it because this is something I had never done before and I had no idea what kind of turn out there would be. A group of us from NSSHLA met here […]

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The Big Decision

by Alumni Posts October 16, 2011

Well, it’s midterms, folks, and high school seniors (like my sister Emily) are probably getting a little concerned as to where exactly they’ll be this time next year.  My own journey to Fontbonne was an irregular, weird, and stressful one (i.e., it was JULY before I picked a school), so I don’t feel qualified to […]

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Mad Rush at Mid-Semester

by Alumni Posts October 14, 2011

It’s hard to think that this semester is already half gone!! Between homework, lectures, and tests it is hard to find time to breathe or even relax and enjoy this lovely fall weather St. Louis is experiencing. If you are waiting for a sign to change you procrastinating ways. This is it!! Go for a […]

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The one person every student should get to know on campus

by Alumni Posts October 13, 2011

There are so many great people that every student should get to know on campus. It might just be too hard a task to narrow it down to one. So to be fair, I’ll break this topic down, and I’ll choose a person in an educational sense, as well as in the social scene. Therefore, […]

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Love of Wisdom

by Alumni Posts October 12, 2011

Everyone has that one class that is slightly harder than the others. My class is philosophy. Even though I find philosophy fascinating, I have a tendency to spend more hours than I should on the subject. The readings from Aristotle and Plato are difficult to understand, so I literally have to break the articles into […]

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