Spring has finally sprung on the FBU Campus. As a part of our recent partnership with the Fontbonne University Archives, we’ve compiled some of our favorite Spring pieces from The Font publications of the past.
Deliriously happy, starry-eyed illusions, lack of logical thinking, mutism, in addition the victim regresses to infantile level, shows signs of excitement, resents or ignores reality, and day dreams
These symptoms sounds nice to us, tbh.
This disease must be closely related to PSBD (Post-Spring Break Disorder).
Love always, loves!
This “strictly for adults” section presents some interesting—to say the least—free love advice. We leave it up to the reader whether to accept it or not…
From the “Let’s Talk It Over…” section – March 1942
We still feel you, Jeanne.
From the “Nan Sees” section – May 1955
Mother Nature’s handy cleanser—Spring
This poetic description of Spring cleaning has me feeling some type of way…
I’m gonna go clean my room Marie Kondo-style.
“Spring Is” – March 1964
We’re in the midst of watching Clayton turn green from the Fontbonne campus. And we’re enjoying every minute of it.
What is spring to you?