News & Features

August 2011 News

  • September Book Club Revisits "Prohibition" with Filmmaker

    The Fontbonne University/KMOX Book Club welcomes Ken Burns, a documentary filmmaker and co-director of the upcoming film, “Prohibition,” at its next book club event.


    08/29/2011 14:54:36
  • Fontbonne Instructor to Keynote Early Childhood Seminar

    Patricia Durkin, a Fontbonne University early childhood instructor, was selected to serve as the keynote speaker for the 28th annual Workshop on Wheels Early Childhood Seminar.


    08/29/2011 10:44:29
  • Instructor and Alumna Delights in Play — At Every Age

    Bump into Patty Durkin in the hallway and you just might find yourself telling your life story to this Fontbonne alumna and early childhood instructor. And as she asks you question after question, her curly head nodding, her eyes bright, you can be sure that she’s genuinely interested in hearing what you have to say.


    08/29/2011 10:41:27
  • Fontbonne Student Leads Green Movement

    As spring breathed fresh life into Fontbonne University’s lawns and trees, a new student-run organization began 
greening the school in a more metaphorical way. Led by Marielle Counts, a first-year dietetics major, the Environmental Club has begun pushing the campus community to think twice about waste, conservation, recycling and reusing.


    08/26/2011 13:42:09
  • Mustard Seed Theatre Opens “Falling”

    “Falling,” an original play written by Deanna Jent, Fontbonne University professor of fine arts and artistic director of Mustard Seed Theatre (MST), opens Thursday, Sept. 1, and runs through Sept. 11.


    08/23/2011 11:38:19