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Let your joy overcome your sorrows!

by Lizzie December 5, 2011

First off, I am just shocked by how fast this first semester has flown by. And it’s been a great one. There were some things I wished I could have been involved with, but maybe next semester will pay up for that There were also many things that I’ve learned and enjoyed. In my classes, [...]

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Week 3: No Classes!

by Alumni Posts February 3, 2011

Usually when people talk about the weather, it’s an awkward filler conversation. In light of our recent “snowpocalypse,” however, I think it’s actually an appropriate topic! First, I’d like to say that I’m not impressed. Hahaha… Coming from Rochester, NY, this “snowpocalypse” (a huge joke of a term) has been far from the blizzard-y end [...]

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My First Snow Day

by Alumni Posts January 27, 2011

Getting back in the swing of things is always rough. Monday mornings come every week after a nice relaxing weekend. I can handle Mondays though. The first day of the spring semester however, is a little harder to get use to and accept. Coming from San Diego’s seventy degree winter to snow in St. Louis [...]

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Back to the Griffin

by Courtney January 19, 2011

Welcome to Spring Semester 2011. For me, it’s a semester of Biology, Chemistry, Microbiology, Calculus, and Public Speaking. Although it will be challenging, I think I’m ready for it. Being a freshman, this was the first time I had ever been treated to a month long Winter Break. And, it was the first time that [...]

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Fontbonne’s Christmas Around Campus

by Angela December 7, 2010

I attended the festival with my 2-yea- old daughter and 2-year-old cousin.  I have to say that we enjoyed every aspect of the festival. They were fascinated by the huge glow balls that you could climb into. It was freezing out but we still partook of the petting zoo and the carriage ride. The chilli [...]

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