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By Miriam Moynihan | Fontbonne Magazine, Spring 2018 There are times in life when an unexpected voice tells you to listen. That was the message in October when student Kayley Cunningham – a soft-spoken general health studies major from Spanish Lake, Mo. – took her turn at the mic at Fontbonne University’s annual Scholarship Breakfast,...
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Karina Arango had to embrace her own story before she could help students like her do the same. by Elizabeth Hise Brennan | Fontbonne Magazine, Spring 2018 More than 7,500 immigrants and refugees from 80 different countries annually receive services from the International Institute St. Louis, a welcoming center for new Americans. Of the immigrants...
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A group from Fontbonne discovers community far from home. By Dr. Corinne Wohlford | Fontbonne Magazine, Spring 2018 In the summer of 2017, Fontbonne University offered the campus community the opportunity to go into the world and learn more deeply the values of justice, solidarity, simplicity, self-identity and vocation. The Gulu Immersion Project took six...
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New students take a powerful journey to get a true understanding of the history, mission and spirituality of the CSJs. By Catie Dandridge | Fontbonne Magazine, Spring 2018 Those who have spent even a small amount of time on Fontbonne University’s campus understand the bond shared between the university and its founders and sponsors, the...
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By Catie Dandridge | Tableaux Summer/Fall 2017 Kareem Deanes stands at the front of his colorful classroom, listening to his sixth-grade theatre students describe with enthusiasm what they’ll do the first day of their summer vacation. He tosses a fuzzy green tennis ball first to one student, then another, signaling whose turn it is to...
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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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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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Fontbonne’s College of Arts and Sciences has a new dean. Meet Dr. Adam Weyhaupt, an Illinois native passionate about math who began a lifelong love of academia during his undergraduate years at Eastern Illinois University. Married with two young sons, Weyhaupt is an avid hiker who rarely says no to his favorite sushi restaurants. What...
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By Elizabeth Brennan | Tableaux, Winter 2017 Father Speratus Kamanzi has a twinkle in his eye. Warm and welcoming, the priest, an ordained member of the Apostles of Jesus Missionaries, is now a fixture at Fontbonne, both in the chapel and the classroom. Last summer, Fr. Kamanzi restored Fontbonne University’s office of chaplain, and in...
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Edited by Elizabeth Brennan in cooperation with the Fontbonne Community Connection | Fontbonne Magazine, Winter 2017 There were no magic wands, sleight of hand or supernatural forces at work a decade ago when Nina Kassing Bryans ’57, Dede Dallas Caspari ’66, Karen Clark Castellano ’98, Kate Toohey Gunn ’65 and Carol Conway Spehr ’63 took...
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