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I <3 St. Louis

by Alumni Posts October 10, 2011

In the past few days, I’ve been loving the fact that I live in Saint Louis. Here’s why: 1.  It’s been 80+ degrees this whole week, and will stay like this for a few more days! Normally, I hate fall because I know that its dropping temps are just the beginning of the insufferable winter.  This […]

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Go See a Play!

by Alumni Posts October 8, 2011

Fall is in the air. That means that mid-term exams and Halloween are fast approaching. With all of the craziness of autumn, many people may be unaware of all of the great theatrical performances that are being presented both at Fontbonne and in the greater Saint Louis community. Last night, I went to see Fontbonne […]

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Back in Full Swing

by Alumni Posts September 12, 2011

School has started, classes are already back in full swing, and the feeling of fall is in the air. But, I’m probably getting ahead of myself.  For those of you who don’t know me, let me introduce myself.  My name is Courtney Iberg, and I’m a sophomore here at Fontbonne University.  I’m majoring in biotechnology […]

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What’s on Your iPod?

by Alumni Posts March 31, 2011

It’s crazy how much you can learn about a person just by browsing through their iPod’s playlist. I’m pretty sure that most people my age have playlists that include pop, rap, and alternative hits from the top 40 billboards. However, if you looked at my iPod, you may be very surprised. Over half of the […]

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Why I Chose to Be a Griffin

by Alumni Posts March 7, 2011

I’m not going to lie – I was never all that excited about the whole college search process. I attended Notre Dame High School, a small, all girl, Catholic high school in Lemay, South St. Louis County. I loved everything about ND – the small class sizes, the student-teacher ratios and relationships, and the personable, […]

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Top 10 Things I’m Thankful For at Fontbonne

by Alumni Posts November 29, 2010

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, here are the top 10 things I’m thankful for at Fontbonne Unviersity: 1. My professors. They all care, and they all go out of their ways to help me succeed. 2. My friends. Some are my age, and some are older, but they’ve all helped to make my first semester […]

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Hanging from the Roof

by Alumni Posts November 22, 2010

Okay, I know it’s a weird title, but just read on to find out what I’m talking about… Being a “Theatre Person,” I’ve always wanted to learn about all aspects of the standard theatrical performance. In high school and in various other circumstances, I’ve been privileged to learn about acting, props, scenic design, spotlight, and […]

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The Chosen

by Alumni Posts November 8, 2010

On Friday night, I was an usher for Mustard Seed Theatre’s “The Chosen.” This play told the story of two friends, Danny and Reuven, and described the hardships that their relationship faced due to the different religious beliefs that their fathers held. I was very moved by this play. All of the actors were right […]

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by Alumni Posts October 25, 2010

Today, Fontbonne is hosting an Open House for prospective student! EEKKS, I remember the day I visited Fontbonne during an Open House in February of 2009! My dad and I flew up to St. Louis from San Antonio, Texas, on February 14, 2009. What a way to spend Valentine’s Day of my senior year of […]

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What’s a metaphor?

by Alumni Posts April 21, 2010

Any future students, or current students, that serendipitously stumble upon my humble mumbles, there is an audition for Misery directed by Fontbonne’s very own Valleri Dillard.  It is a stage adaptation of the Stephen King novel.  It will be produced this fall in September (?).  Anyway, auditions are Monday, April 26th starting at 7:00 and […]

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