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More than 270 students appear on Fontbonne University’s spring 2019 dean’s list. The following full-time undergraduate students earned a grade-point average of 3.7 or higher upon completion of the 2019 spring semester. Melissa Adamson Tamar Adler Trevor Albertenrnst Grace Albes Hannen Alras Ayat Alsahafi Bashaer Alsedrani Sarah Alzahrani Meredith Amelotti Leyla Anderson Tameka Anderson Josephine...
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Student Andrea Thomas receives a pin from her family member in recognition of her success as a first-generation student.
For the first time, Fontbonne University hosted a unique celebration on campus this May: the First-Generation Student Graduation Ceremony. The event celebrated students who are the first in their families to attend college and graduate with a diploma, and it acknowledged the support they received from their families to make that success possible. Sixteen students...
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Abrar Hamoh Thesis Show
Fontbonne University Department of Fine Arts presents the work of its undergraduate-senior and master’s-level artists at a special fine arts exhibition, Nov. 30 – Dec. 15 at the university’s Gallery of Art, Fine Arts Building (6800 Wydown Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63105). Thesis works from Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Arts and Master of...
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Beginning this fall, students at Fontbonne University can work toward a unique goal — preparation for and application to the Peace Corps. Now as an official Peace Corps Prep Program partner, Fontbonne offers the only prep program in the St. Louis region. “At Fontbonne University, we believe that service to the world requires critical thinking...
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Nearly 270 students appear on Fontbonne University’s spring 2018 dean’s list. The following full-time undergraduate students earned a grade-point average of 3.7 or higher upon completion of the 2018 spring semester. Agusti, Leslie Marie Ahearn, Colleen Sean Algya, Maggie R. Amelotti, Meredith Anne Anderson, Leyla Andes, Emily Shea Andrzejewski, Hannah Marie Arens, Josephine Marie Armbrust,...
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Adelaide Lancaster will address approximately 400 undergraduate and graduate students during Fontbonne University’s spring commencement on Monday, May 7, 2018, at 4 p.m., at Chaifez Arena. Lancaster, a Philadelphia native, is the co-founder and director of community and collaboration for We Stories, a project that uses the power of children’s literature to help families talk...
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By Elizabeth Brennan | Tableaux, Summer/Fall 2017 For years, 54-year-old Randy Miller worked in IT and sales at St. Louis-based Graybar. He traveled and spoke in front of audiences and clients all over the country. But after a stroke in 2014, he found himself nearly speechless. Initially, he could only speak about 10 random words....
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Fontbonne University Theatre will open “Elegies: A Song Cycle,” a play by William Finn, Thursday, Nov. 2. Like much of Finn’s previous work, “Elegies” is autobiographical. In it, Finn mourns friends who died of AIDS, explores family dynamics and responds to the 9/11 attack. The production will be directed by graduate theatre student Justin Chaipet,...
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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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