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Children from throughout St. Louis will “travel” to all seven continents and learn about different cultures, healthy eating and physical fitness — all from the campus of Fontbonne University. campF.R.E.S.H.® is a summer day camp at Fontbonne that takes kids on an interactive, hands-on journey toward better health through activities emphasizing nutrition, wellness, physical exercise...
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On Saturday, April 8, Fonbonne University fashion merchandising students will debut three exclusive products they developed over the past year in connection with Partners for Just Trade, a fair-trade nonprofit based in St. Louis. The students have worked with the organization to bring the items — a backpack purse, a lunch bag and a train...
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ST. LOUIS – Fontbonne University kicks off NCAA Division III week (April 3-9) congratulating former Griffin pitcher Vinny Santarsiero on his newest placement within the Los Angeles Dodgers organization. Santarsiero bypassed his final season of eligibility (2016) by signing a deal with the major-league organization. The six-foot-seven pitcher was originally placed with the Ogden Raptors,...
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Fontbonne University has received a $100,000 Humanities Connection grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, supporting a collaborative, academic project building connections between the humanities and other disciplines. This is the second NEH grant awarded to the university within the past four months, a rare occurrence, according to Fontbonne officials. (An NEH Humanities Access...
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Fontbonne University’s 2017 commencement ceremony will take place Monday, May 8, at 4 p.m. at Chaifetz Arena. Bachelor’s and master’s degree candidates will commence during the ceremony. A schedule of events, checklists for graduates and guests, and general information are  available now online. Graduating students are asked to review the site and complete the mandatory...
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Set in 1936 Ireland, “Dancing at Lughnasa” explores the potential for romance and the lure of pagan rituals in a Catholic family’s day-to-day life. The narrator, Michael (Jim Butz), guides the audience through his memories of a summer spent with his mother and her five siblings (Gary Glasgow, Michelle Hand, Amy Loui, Jennifer Theby Quinn,...
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March 10, 2017 — Two future Griffins received a big surprise this past week when Fontbonne University President J. Michael Pressimone arrived at their high schools with good news: They will both receive a 2017 Presidential Scholarship from Fontbonne. Michala Clark, a senior at Vienna High School in Vienna, Ill., and Jo Bahr, a senior...
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Mar. 8, 2017 — The Fontbonne University community held a rally today to show support for its immigrant and non-immigrant international population. Sponsored by the university’s Peace and Justice Committee, the rally gave voice to students, faculty and staff who hail from countries across the globe. Participants were asked to share their immigrant stories to...
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By Quinn Wilson ’19 | Tableaux, Winter 2017 During the summer of 2016, an informal group of Fontbonne University faculty, staff and students gathered to discuss the numerous acts of violence that rattled the nation. The conversation led to a variety of initiatives, including the student-led Unity Movement, a two-day event that took place in...
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