Spring Weekend 2013
Relive your Spring Weekend through our current students
Jessica Jenkins leads Keflavik to League Title, Named Finals MVP
Bonaventure junior in national spotlight
Add Glamour Magazine to the list of companies who have honored Simone Bernstein since she came to Bona's in 2010. Glamour has named Simone one of the Top 10 College Women in the country.
Read more about Simone's latest honor
Simone is one of eight semifinalists in the 2013 Local Lady Godiva Contest, sponsored by the renowned chocolate maker. Simone was nominated as founder of VolunTEENnation.com, a website that promotes youth volunteerism.
The top three vote-getters receive a $3,000 scholarship, and the overall winner gets an additional $10,000. Click on the button below to vote. You can vote once a day through May 18.
Vote for Simone now!
All Bonaventure Reads 2013 book announced
"Full Body Burden" by Kristen Iversen has been chosen as the All Bonaventure Reads selection for 2013. The book, a memoir, and also part investigative journalism, depicts growing up in a small Colorado town near a secret nuclear weapons plant.
Read more about Iversen
Rob Peraza Memorial Golf Tourney
June 21 marks the 12th annual "Gringo Open" benefitting the Robert David Peraza Annual Scholarship. Make plans now to attend!
Register now and learn more about the tourney
Bonnies fall short, but see a bright rugby future
After defeating Middlebury College at the USA Rugby Division I-AA National Tournament on Saturday, the Bonnies fell to powerhouse Dartmouth on Sunday.
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More from Spring Weekend
Hampl to give keynote address at May 12 commencement
Patricia Hampl, Regents Professor and McKnight Distinguished Professor at the University of Minnesota, will be the keynote speaker at the 153rd annual Commencement exercises. Hampl is also a permanent faculty of the prestigious Prague Summer Program in the Czech Republic.
Learn more about Hampl and three others receiving honorary degrees
Summertime means CAMP TIME at St. Bonaventure
Do you have a teen who’s a budding biologist, artist or astronaut? This summer, St. Bonaventure will host eight weeklong academic camps for students ages 13 to 16. Students will be able to meet new friends and explore their interests at the following camps: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics); Arts; Mission to the Red Planet; German Culture, Language and Arts; Computer Animation and Narrative Writing; Community Leadership; Holistic Health; and Field Biology.
More information about these extraordinary summer activities and camp registration are available online or by contacting Larry Sorokes at firstname.lastname@example.org or (716) 375-2304.
For an overview of each camp, visit www.sbu.edu/summercamps.
and more Spring Weekend fun...
The Quick Center presents "Music from the Civil War" May 1, featuring baritone Jose Andrade and painist Ritsuko Wada.
Learn more and get ticket information
Bonnies sweep Dayton in three-game series
Softball sweeps La Salle on Senior Day
Read more at gobonnies.com
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