Last week, Chad Freidrichs, assistant professor in Stephens' Digital Film & Media Department, appeared in The New York Times for his documentary The Pruitt-Igoe Myth, which examines the infamous public housing complex in St. Louis. On Jan. 20, the film opened at the IFC Center in New York. Learn more.
Pool Tables Wanted
We are seeking new or gently used items for our students to use in our new Student Union which will open in early February. If you have any of the following items gathering dust please consider donating them to Stephens College: ping pong table, jukebox, foosball, pool table, shuffleboard, carpetball table, or any other hands-on activity that will engage the students and encourage them to have fun! Cash donations can also be made for this purpose. Your gift is tax deductible.
For more information, please contact: Deb Duren, at [email protected], or x4212.
For questions regarding gift credit for tax purposes, please contact Shannon Walls at [email protected] or x4156.
Reminder: Scholarships for Honors House Plan Students
Application forms are available for two separate scholarships. The Dorothy Martin Endowed Scholarship is available to current Honors House Plan first-year students who meet specific criteria; the James M. Shirky Scholarship is available to former Honors House Plan students who meet specific criteria and will be seniors graduating in May 2013.
Michelle Niewald, Honors House Plan RA, will have access to the application for the Dorothy Martin Scholarship. Honors House Plan teachers, LBA Dean Mimi Hedges (109-110 Dudley), and Margaret Campbell will have hard copy forms.
Applications for the James M. Shirky Scholarship are available through the Honors House Plan faculty, Mimi Hedges, and Margaret Campbell.
Rather than list the GPA, financial (all must qualify through Financial Aid), and other requirements for application here, please contact Margaret Campbell ([email protected], x 4142, office inside the Student Success Center in Hickman Hall) with any questions about either of the two HHP scholarships.
All applications and their parts (essay and recommendations) are due Monday, February 13.Please remember that Scholars Weekend is Feb. 10-11, with Monday on its heels. Plan accordingly.
—Margaret Campbell for Honors House Plan
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Events at a Glance
Stephens Basketball vs. William Woods
2 p.m., Jan. 28; Silverthorne Arena
Stephens Basketball vs. Williams Baptist
7 p.m., Feb. 2; Silverthorne Arena
Stephens Basketball vs. Columbia College
7 p.m., Feb. 9: @ Columbia College
Stephens Basketball vs. Missouri Baptist
2 p.m., Feb. 11;Silverthorne Arena
Lady Windermere’s Fan
7:30 p.m., Feb. 3–4; 10–11; 2 p.m. Sunday matinee, Feb. 5
Oscar Wilde’s melodramatic comedy of manners captures audiences immediately through its vast webs of deception and intrigue. Wilde’s first play, which contains some of his most delicious and witty dialogue, will give your brain a workout and leave your heart tingling with joy. This story explodes with love triangles, secrets and everyone’s favorite . . . family dysfunction. “A radical diatribe against conventional morality,” says The NY Times, “like greeting old friends.”
Fee: $3 for Stephens students and $7 for Stephens faculty/staff; $14 General; $7 Student/Senior
Contact: Box Office, x4199
Drawn, Cut, Torn & Pasted
Through Feb. 24
10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday and by appointment; Davis Art Gallery
Paper is the common primary material that will be emphasized in this Davis Art Gallery exhibition. See how Mark Langeneckert, Mary Lamboley, Joyce Yarbrough and Deborah Huelsbergen utilize the material. Drawing, mixed-media, cut-paper silhouettes, and torn-paper constructions will be shown.
Free and open to the public.