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Freshman

New people, new school.

by Fontbonne University September 9, 2014

Freshman year is like a blank sheet of paper, you wield a pen waiting to make your mark on it. The question that burns into you is, “Who do I want to be?” That’s just the issue, you never know. You don’t know who you are, until you finally meet others. Until you finally surround […]

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The Right University for Me

by Fontbonne University September 9, 2014

“I bet this place is haunted,” My little brother whined as we waited in the hall outside the admission’s office to talk to my admission counselor. He wasn’t a fan of the arched doorways, marble accents and stained glass windows, but I sure was. The architecture was just one of the first things I noticed […]

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The freshman struggle

by Alumni Posts January 30, 2014

Freshman year. Unknown teachers, book fees, roommate issues, and more. Have you ever written a paper and felt like you got an A but your instructor thought otherwise? This has happened to me plenty of times. The worst part is that the instructor won’t even let you redo the paper even after your countless hours […]

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Why Fontbonne?

by Alumni Posts October 18, 2011

A lot of people ask me, ‘Why did you choose to go to Fontbonne?’ Actually there are many reason why I decided to go here. First I knew I wanted to go to school in St. Louis. I lived here my whole life and couldn’t see myself living anywhere else. I also knew that a […]

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Nothing Better.

by Alumni Posts September 27, 2011

This is my first post of the year, and also my first post ever. I’m so excited to be a part of the Fontbonne blog. The other day I was thinking back to when I was still in high school and college seemed to be so far away. I can’t believe that, even as I […]

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Andrew – Leaving Home for the First Time

by Fontbonne University October 10, 2008

The last few weeks of summer were particularly emotionally charged, to say in the least. Friendships that had been growing since grade school, middle school, high school, and even for just that summer now had to face the difficult challenge of saying good-bye. It was a tough time for all of us in my circle […]

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