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Stephens College in the News 



Designers with Stephens College roots head to Kansas City Fashion Week

Stephens eSports drops match to Georgia Southern but continues positive progress

Animal communicator astounds Stephens equestrian students

First class of White Coats congratulated at Stephens College

VOX Video features Playhouse Theatre Company and Intimate Apparel 

Stephens College: Life Is Sweet (An Interview with President Lynch)

More Recent News 

ESPN: Rising Stars: All-women's Stephens College breaks ground with varsity esports program

Department of Higher Education produces new website to help students: KOMU

Stephens College promotes women in science fields: KRCG

Columbia Business Times Names President Lynch "One of the Ten Most Influential Women"

State-of-the-art Center for Health Sciences opens as Stephens alumna gives $1 million for new program 

Move over, men: Hollywood calls on women for more prominent roles: St.Louis Post-Dispatch

Hidden Treasure – The Citizen Jane Film Festival: Inside Columbia magazine

Citizen Jane Film Festival named one of "50 Film Festivals With the Entry Fee in 2017"

Business of Fashion London ranks Stephens' fashion program among "Best in the World"

St. Louis Post-Dispatch shares how Citizen Jane (among others) turns Columbia, Mo. into great festival town

Concert shows off beauty of what organ is, could be: Columbia Tribune

Creating characters through costume design. Vox Magazine

Peter Suarez finds passion in dancing and choreographing flamenco. Vox Magazine

Columbia Business Times profiles President Dianne Lynch


Summer Camp Stories 


Fashion Makers Camp teaches girls about fashion design, history and production (Columbia Tribune)
Camp Citizen Jane inspires young girls in filmmaking (KOMU with video)
Girls learn film direction at Citizen Jane camp (KRCG) 
Passion, creativity channeled into annual CoMo Girls Rock Camp (Columbia Missourian) with video 
CoMo Girls Rock! photo gallery (Columbia Tribune)


Stephens News Site 

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Stephens News



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