TODAY Show Visit
In case you missed Stephens' recent appearance on the TODAY Show, you can view the clip here: Pet Central on TODAY.
SCCS Birthday Party
Stephens faculty, staff and students are invited to the 85th birthday celebration of the Stephens College Children's School. Come celebrate with our teachers and students (preschool-5th grade). Cake will be shared, and we'll sing Happy Birthday together!
Freedom by Fashion
Stephens students in “FAS 380: Topics in Advanced Design Problem Solving” will be among the featured designers in the Freedom by Fashion fashion show on Sept. 26. The students have been learning about fair trade textiles and how this helps women worldwide to earn a living wage and to be less likely to become part of human trafficking. The students’ garments use fair trade and repurposed fabrics. Stephens students will also model the garments. TRAMA Textiles items and other fair trade items will be for sale. Tickets: $12 student price (at MSA/GPC box office); $15 early bird price; $20 at the door.
—Monica McMurry, Dean of Design and Fashion
Stephens faculty and staff are invited for Happy Hour at The Pasta Factory on Thursday, Sept. 16 at 4:30 p.m. to whenever! Come enjoy food, drinks and good conversations with fellow co-workers. A monthly get-together is being suggested and will be planned for a different location each month. Locations will be reserved in advance; food and drinks are up to you. RSVP is not required. If you have questions, please contact Leslie Willey, Faculty Chair, or Sherry Howard, SAC Chair.
Liberal Arts Symposium
5:45-7 p.m., Sept. 13; Kimball Ballroom of LRW
This event is in support of the LBA summer reading selection. All students in Composition I & II and Honors Seminar I are required to attend. (More Info)
Contact: Mimi Hedges/Suzett North
Stephens Volleyball vs. Hannibal-LaGrange
7 p.m., Sept. 14; Silverthorne Arena
Constitution Day: Iron Jawed Angels
5-7 p.m., Sept. 15; Charters Auditorium
In celebration of Constitution Day, the movie “Iron Jawed Angels” will be shown. The HBO docudrama stars Hilary Swank as one of this country’s most remarkable women’s suffrage activists. The movie portrays the risk to the women who fought for women’s right to vote.
Leadership points offered.
Stephens Volleyball vs. St. Louis College of Pharmacy
7 p.m., Sept. 23; Silverthorne Arena
Our Leading Lady
7:30 p.m., Sept. 24- 25, Oct. 1-2; 2 p.m. Sunday matinee, Sept. 26
This quirky comedy, set in Washington, D.C., in 1865, revolves around the British-born stage actress Laura Keene whose wacky company is performing at Ford’s Theatre the night Abraham Lincoln is shot by John Wilkes Booth. Even though this sounds sad, the backstage mishaps take focus over the national tragedy, giving the old theatre maxim, “The show must go on!,” a truly different dimension. Just picture the Civil War meets Waiting for Guff man!
Fee: $12 general, $6 student/senior, 50% discount Stephens student/employee
Contact: Box Office, x4199
Through Oct. 14
10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday and by appointment
Davis Art Gallery
A two-person exhibition featuring contemporary art quilts and silk paintings by Sedalia artist Annie Helmericks-Louder and Springfield artist Pam Kanagawa-RuBert.
Free and open to the public.
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