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To the Fontbonne community, Once again our community is challenged to process the ongoing racial strife that seems to be ever present here in St. Louis, but also palpable throughout the country. The Stockley verdict rendered this morning will incite some and perhaps deepen the feelings of frustration, distrust and anger in many. For others...
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Five centuries after the Reformation, Fontbonne University will explore its lasting effects on Catholic and religious thought, bringing together clergy and laypeople for conversation and discussion beginning Sept. 28. All events are free and open to the public and will take place on Fontbonne University’s campus, 6800 Wydown Blvd., St. Louis, MO. From Tolerance to...
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Fontbonne University has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top regional universities in the Midwest for 2018. The university advanced 21 spots from its 2017 ranking, and is now ranked number 70. The university is also ranked as a Best Value School – Regional Universities Midwest. The rankings are...
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Dear Faculty, Staff and Students: For months the threat of ending the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program has been hanging in the politically charged air of our country creating uncertainty and distress within our vulnerable immigrant community. Earlier this year, I added my signature to two letters from college and university presidents across...
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Fontbonne University has launched The Fontbonne Promise, a new program that makes the dream of a debt-free, private college education a reality for low-income students. The Fontbonne Promise is a unique opportunity for first-time, first-year Missouri residents who meet Fontbonne’s admission requirements and are calculated with an expected family contribution of zero on the Free...
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Fontbonne University’s Aug. 30 Academic Convocation marked the official beginning of the academic year, as well as the 2017 Dedicated Semester focused on “Identity: Me, Myself and Why.” Dr. Wayne Brekhus, professor of sociology at the University of Missouri-Columbia, gave the convocation address, titled “Identity: We, Myself and Why?” discussing the social nature of identity....
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Fontbonne University is entering its second year of partnership with SCORE St. Louis in an effort to support local business owners and entrepreneurs. Fontbonne provides classroom space for SCORE seminars on Monday evenings and one Saturday each month. During the seminars, participants learn about a variety of business topics, such as cash management, marketing, grant...
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Dr. Deborah Phelps, Fontbonne University professor of sociology, appeared on St. Louis Public Radio this week to discuss her memoir, “Frank’s Arms – Stories and Lessons From a Caregiver and Patient Advocate.” Phelps cared for her husband for seven years after he was diagnosed with a terminal illness. Her memoir offers advice, insight and personal...
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Fall semester classes began Monday, Aug. 21, but the ceremonial start to the new year will take place during Fontbonne University’s annual academic convocation, to be held this year on Wednesday, Aug. 30. The event will serve as the kick-off for Fontbonne’s fall Dedicated Semester, this year exploring “Identity: We, Myself and Why?” Dr. Wayne...
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