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Nearly 300 students appear on Fontbonne University’s fall 2017 dean’s list. “At Fontbonne, we value quality in all that we do, and we are proud to recognize the academic achievements of those students whose work has been acknowledged as high quality by our faculty,” said Dr. Carey Adams, vice president for academic affairs. The following...
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A Fontbonne University alumnus has been named St. Louis police chief. Maj. John Hayden, who earned a master’s degree in management from Fontbonne in 2003, is a 30-year veteran of the St. Louis Police Department, where he will replace interim chief Lt. Col. Lawrence O’Toole. Hayden’s appointment comes after a months-long search for a new...
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The exhibits scheduled throughout spring 2018 in the Fontbonne University Fine Arts Gallery will feature visiting artists, including a Fontbonne alumnus, as well as student work. The Gallery will open in mid-January with a show featuring the work of Fred Nelson, a painter with roots in St. Louis who has exhibited both nationally and internationally....
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Fontbonne University welcomes four new members to its board of trustees.   Amy Hereford, CSJ, is an attorney and canonist specializing in religious law and consultation. She joined the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet in 1981, later earning both a master’s degree and a Juris Doctor degree from Boston University, as well as a...
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This fall, in partnership with the Incarnate Word Foundation, Fontbonne University launched a five-day program for social service professionals involved in the identification, prevention and treatment of human/sex trafficking victims and survivors. Registration for the next session, scheduled to take place throughout March, is now open. Thanks to funding from the Incarnate Word Foundation, the...
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In a desolate future, a family unwraps presents from the past. First produced by Mustard Seed Theatre 10 years ago, “Remnant,” a play by Ron Reed, tells a post-apocalyptic story in which customs like “Christmas” are mysterious and challenging. The cast of five includes Adam Flores, Marissa Grice, Michelle Hand, Katy Keating and Ryan Lawson-Maeske....
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Fontbonne University is purchasing the campus of John F. Kennedy Catholic High School in Manchester, Mo., currently owned by the Archdiocese of St. Louis, the university announced at a press conference Monday, Nov. 20. The property will serve as a campus extension for the university, providing additional space for academic and athletic growth. The final...
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Fontbonne University will cohost “Crafting our Cultures,” a special celebration of Bosnian craft traditions, history and culture. The event will take place on Sat., Nov. 18 at 1 p.m. in Anheuser-Busch Hall on Fontbonne’s campus. Admission is free, but a reservation is required. “Crafting our Cultures” will feature a Bosnian cooking workshop, panel discussion and...
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In times of conflict, art can offer healing to a broken community, and St. Louis is no exception. In an effort to explore the role of art as an intersection of pain and hope, Fontbonne University presents “The Art of Protest and Peace,” an exhibit featuring wooden panels, painted by St. Louis artists, used to...
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