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01
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Annual Dance Company Spring Concert
02
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. René Marie Jazz Master Class Drug Awareness Week Meet René Marie - A Glimpse at Life & Song as Social Action
03
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Drug Awareness Week World Dance Lecture-Demonstration Life After Drugs Movie Night: Juno
04
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Drug Awareness Week CCPD Lunch & Learn Series – How to Succeed in Professional Writing On It! with Stephens Life
05
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Drug Awareness Week Thursday’s Thirst for Knowledge Anxiety and Stress Management Group Freshman SGA Campaign Party
06
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Bethany Annual Dance Company Spring Concert
07
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Bethany Annual Dance Company Spring Concert Saturday Open House
08
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Bethany HeForShe Conversation with Emma Watson
09
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Life in Israel Breaking Barriers - Sponsored by SGA
10
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Student Forum with Dr. Lynch Library Research Strategies and Other Matters Shatter the Glass Ceiling
11
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Kimberly Skyrme - Sharing Behind-the-Scenes Stories from House of Cards CCPD Lunch & Learn Series – Mastering Your Professional Brand Excel: Tables and Charts Stephens Star Talent Show
12
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Casting Workshop with Kimberly Skyrme Thursday’s Thirst for Knowledge Spring Break Bingo
13
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Color Blind Visiting Writer Krysten Hill Poetry Reading
14
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Color Blind Saturday Open House Vintage Inspiration: The Brides of Downton Abbey Visiting Writer Krysten Hill Craft Talk ALD Pajamarama
15
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Color Blind ALD Pajamarama St. Patrick's Day Hunt for the Gold
16
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. SUSIEtalks Preparing for the Process: Ensuring Internship Success
17
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Vespers
18
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Delete Blood Cancer and Stephens College Host Bone Marrow Donor Drive CCPD Lunch & Learn Series – Job Etiquette On It! with Stephens Life Don't Break Your Bank Account
19
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Bach’s Lunch Student Recital Series Thursday’s Thirst for Knowledge Root Beer Pong
20
The Day. The Dress. The Dream.
21
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Spring Break
22
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Spring Break
23
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Spring Break
24
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Spring Break
25
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Spring Break
26
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Spring Break Thursday’s Thirst for Knowledge
27
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Spring Break
28
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Spring Break
29
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Spring Break
30
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Sister Outsider Poetry - At the Intersection of Art and Activism
31
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Sister Outsider Poetry Workshop - Words Make Worlds Sister Outsider Poetry Workshop - On Being an Other Movie Night: 27 Dresses
01
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. CCPD Lunch & Learn Series – Your Online Image and Your Career On It! with Stephens Life Junie B. Jones: The Musical
02
The Day. The Dress. The Dream. Building Self-Esteem Group
03
The Day. The Dress. The Dream.
04
The Day. The Dress. The Dream.

Feb 26
thru
May 10


The Day. The Dress. The Dream.

(Community)

Time: Wednesdays 12-1 p.m.; Thursdays 5:30-8:30 p.m.; Saturdays and Sundays 12-3 p.m.
Location: Historic Costume Gallery, Lela Raney Wood Mezzanine

This semester's much-anticipated exhibit features bridal gowns and wedding attire from three centuries. Highlights include a dress worn at Grace Kelly's wedding; a Vera Wang dress and a 1949 design by Ceil Chapman. Also on display will be custom designs by Stephens alumnae; multi-generational dresses worn by grandmothers, mothers and daughters; and other wedding attire such as mother-of-the-bride dresses and grooms' attire.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Feb 27
thru
Mar 01


Annual Dance Company Spring Concert

(Performing Arts - Dance)

7:30 p.m., Feb. 27-28; 2 p.m. Sunday matinee, March 1

Macklanburg Playhouse, 100 Willis Ave.

Celebrate the many styles of dance and the rare beauty of expression

An eagerly anticipated Stephens tradition, the Spring Dance Concert features a variety of dance forms such as classical ballet, modern and contemporary dance. The evening of dance is highlighted by world dance selections choreographed by visiting guest artists. For lovers of dance or anyone intrigued by the diverse beauty of the human experience.

Performing Arts on the Web: Here

Contact: Box Office
Phone: (573) 876-7199
Email Contact

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 02


René Marie Jazz Master Class

(Campus - Academics)

Time: 3-4 p.m.
Location: Historic Senior Hall Recital Hall

Grammy Award-nominated jazz vocalist René Marie will work with Stephens vocal jazz students and The Velvetones in an informative master class. All singers, jazz enthusiasts, and music lovers are welcome to attend!

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 02
thru
Mar 05


Drug Awareness Week

(Campus - Student)

Location: The Pit, Senior Hall

Tri Sigma sorority hosts Drug Awareness Week from March 2-6. Events include:

  • Monday (March 2): Booth in The Pit. Students will have the opportunity to write an encouraging-uplifting note. At the end of the week these will be sent to an all-women’s treatment center.
  • Tuesday (March 3): Mike Wieland from The Crossroads Program will talk about drug use and addiction in Senior Hall at 6 p.m.
  • Wednesday (March 4): Grab your coupon and come on down to G & D Pizzeria for dinner! 10% of your total bill will go to the charity. ??
  • Thursday (March 5): Portable puppy kissing booth! Come find your fellow students and their pups on the streets of downtown Columbia. Only $1 for a picture, cuddle or kiss!

This week is all donation based; all proceeds will go to The Crossroads Program scholarship fund.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 02


Meet René Marie - A Glimpse at Life & Song as Social Action

(Community)

Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Windsor Auditorium

Don't miss René Marie as she presents her uniquely personal story of action and song.

There will be a "Meet & Greet" immediately following the program in the Windsor Auditorium lobby. Marie will sign copies of her latest CD, the 2015 Grammy-nominated "I Want To Be Evil (Motema)."

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 03


World Dance Lecture-Demonstration

(Campus)

Time: 12:30-1:15 p.m.
Location: Macklanburg Playhouse

World Dance guest artist Brandi Coleman and members of the Dance program will perform Jump Rhythm Jazz in an exciting, enlightening lunchtime lecture-demonstration.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 03


Life After Drugs

(Campus - Student)

Time: 6 p.m.
Location: Historic Senior Hall Recital Hall

As part of Drug Awareness Week, Tri Sigma will host Mike Weiland from The Crossroads Program. Weiland will share his story of drug use, addiction and recovery. Everyone is welcome.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 03


Movie Night: Juno

(Campus - Student)

Time: 7-9 p.m.
Location: Prunty Hall Main Lounge

Join us for our weekly movie nights! This week we are watching Juno. All students are welcome!

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 04


CCPD Lunch & Learn Series – How to Succeed in Professional Writing

(Campus - Career)

Time: 12-12:50 p.m.
Location: Student Union in Stamper

One of the biggest issues these days is the lack of professional writing. We are all used to texting and sending brief, informal emails. In order to succeed in the workplace, you need to understand what it means to write formally. Feel free to grab lunch and bring it to the session.

Sponsored by Veterans United.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 04


On It! with Stephens Life

(Campus - Student)

Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: CAT TV - Studio A

Have you ever been part of a live television show audience? Here's your chance! Join your favorite TV hosts, Jessica Langford and Brianna Jackson, in discussion about current events on campus, the hottest fashion trends, and much more!

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 05


Thursday’s Thirst for Knowledge

(Admissions)

Time: 7-8:30 a.m.
Location: Kaldi's in the Schnucks off Forum and Stadium Boulevard

Planning to pursue a degree and not sure where to start? Join us for a cup of coffee and conversation to learn about our top-ranked graduate, online and career-enhancing programs. 

We want to learn more about you and your goals, and then explain how one of our graduate programs in Strategic Leadership, Counseling, Fine Arts (TV and Screenwriting), or Healthcare (Pre-Health Professions or Health Information Administration); or our Professional Conservatory Training program (Dance, Theatre and Vocal Arts) may help you achieve those goals. This isn’t an interview, but we want to understand your needs to help you in selecting the program that best fits your needs, as well as to guide you in our admissions process. 

Learn more.

Contact: (800) 876-7207
Email: [email protected]

Mar 05


Anxiety and Stress Management Group

(Campus - Wellness)

Time: 12:30 p.m.
Location: Stephens College Counseling Center (Lower level of Stamper Commons)

Come join us in the Counseling Center for the opportunity to learn:

  • Cognitive skills to develop a more realistic and flexible mindset, manage negative self-talk, and put things into perspective
  • Mindfulness skills to calm your anxious mind and get out of the cycle of worry and rumination
  • Stress management skills to take care of yourself everyday with relaxation, self-soothing, and pleasurable activities
  • Behavioral skills to stop avoiding what you fear and confront anxiety in a safe way

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 05


Freshman SGA Campaign Party

(Campus - Student)

Time: 6 p.m.
Location: Searcy Lounge

Come enjoy snacks and entertainment with the Freshman SGA! We are kicking off election week for 2015-2016 positions!

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 06
thru
Mar 08


Bethany

(Performing Arts - Theatre)

7:30 p.m., March 6-7; 2 p.m. Sunday matinee, March 8

Warehouse Theatre, 104 Willis Ave.

By Laura Marks

[Thriller, PG-13]

A new work about today’s struggles from a heralded new dramatist

First produced by the groundbreaking N.Y.C.-based Women’s Project Theatre, this darkly comic thriller is set at the height of the recent foreclosure crisis and explores just how far we'll go to get back what's ours. When single mother Crystal loses more than her house, her desperate quest to regain what she’s lost turns into the fight of her life.

Performing Arts on the Web: Here

Contact: Box Office
Phone: (573) 876-7199
Email Contact

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 06
thru
Mar 07


Annual Dance Company Spring Concert

(Performing Arts - Dance)

7:30 p.m., March 6-7

Macklanburg Playhouse, 100 Willis Ave.

Celebrate the many styles of dance and the rare beauty of expression

An eagerly anticipated Stephens tradition, the Spring Dance Concert features a variety of dance forms such as classical ballet, modern and contemporary dance. The evening of dance is highlighted by world dance selections choreographed by visiting guest artists. For lovers of dance or anyone intrigued by the diverse beauty of the human experience.

Performing Arts on the Web: Here

Contact: Box Office
Phone: (573) 876-7199
Email Contact

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 08


HeForShe Conversation with Emma Watson

(Campus - Student)

Time: 12 p.m.
Location: Student Union

The HeForShe Conversation with Emma Watson will stream live from London! Bring your brunch from the dining hall and enjoy this wonderful discussion ... amazing catered treats will also be provided!

Sponsored by The Human Experience at Stephens College and the Office of the President.

For more information on HeForShe, click here.

Community Engagement Points: 6

Mar 09


Life in Israel

(Campus - Academics)

Time: 12:30 p.m.
Location: Student Union

This event is to teach students and faculty about life in Israel through a panel discussion by native Israelis and others that have deep connections to the country. The purpose of this event is to give factual information so that faculty and students can properly decide how they view current events related to Israel.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 09


Breaking Barriers - Sponsored by SGA

(Campus - Student)

Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: Charters Lecture Hall

Women's History. What is it to be a woman? What does she look like? How is she supposed to smell? What are her motivations supposed to be? Let's spend our time breaking down the social construct and preconceived notion of how women are supposed to act, dress and think. We'll talk about the woman's role, double standards that women face, and what happens when a woman strays away from tradition. We'll look at how women have evolved over time and how the way you were brought up plays into your womanhood.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 10


Student Forum with Dr. Lynch

(Campus - Student)

Time: 12:15-1:15 p.m.
Location: Student Union

The Student Forum is hosted by Stephens College SGA and allows the students in attendance to vocalize their concerns and have their questions answered by President Dianne Lynch.

Community Engagement Points: 6

Mar 10


Library Research Strategies and Other Matters

(Campus - Success)

Time: 4:30-5:20 p.m.
Location: Library Lower Level PC Lab

A Hugh Stephens Library workshop as part of the SSC workshop series.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 10


Shatter the Glass Ceiling

(Campus)

Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Location: Charters Auditorium

Join us for a VERY special panel of successful women who have “leaned in” and broken the glass ceiling in their fields. Hear these leaders’ stories, get their advice, and come with your questions!

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 11


Kimberly Skyrme - Sharing Behind-the-Scenes Stories from House of Cards

(Community)

Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Charters Auditorium

As part of the Citizen Jane Film Series, Kimberly Skyrme returns to Stephens College to share more insights from her work as casting director for the popular Netflix series “House of Cards.”

Skyrme will share behind-the-scenes stories from the show. The event is free and open to the public.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 11


CCPD Lunch & Learn Series – Mastering Your Professional Brand

(Campus - Career)

Time: 12-12:50 p.m.
Location: Student Union in Stamper

Branding yourself is one of the best ways to network and get your name out to employers. This session will discuss branding strategy and best tactics. Bringing lunch to the session is welcomed.

Sponsored by Veterans United.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 11


Excel: Tables and Charts

(Campus - Success)

Time: 5-5:50 p.m.
Location: Library Lower Level PC Lab

A Student Success Center workshop.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 11


Stephens Star Talent Show

(Campus - Student)

Time: 7-9 p.m.
Location: Windsor Auditorium

The Sports and Entertainment Practicum is hosting a talent show to showcase students' talents. A reception will immediately follow the show at 8:30.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 12


Casting Workshop with Kimberly Skyrme

(Campus - Academics)

Time: 1-3 p.m.
Location: Helis Communications Center Studio A

As part of the Citizen Jane Film Series, Kimberly Skyrme, casting director for the popular Netflix series “House of Cards," will provide a casting workshop for students.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 12


Thursday’s Thirst for Knowledge

(Admissions)

Time: 7-8:30 a.m.
Location: Kaldi's in the Schnucks off Forum and Stadium Boulevard

Planning to pursue a degree and not sure where to start? Join us for a cup of coffee and conversation to learn about our top-ranked graduate, online and career-enhancing programs. 

We want to learn more about you and your goals, and then explain how one of our graduate programs in Strategic Leadership, Counseling, Fine Arts (TV and Screenwriting), or Healthcare (Pre-Health Professions or Health Information Administration); or our Professional Conservatory Training program (Dance, Theatre and Vocal Arts) may help you achieve those goals. This isn’t an interview, but we want to understand your needs to help you in selecting the program that best fits your needs, as well as to guide you in our admissions process.

Learn more.

Contact: (800) 876-7207
Email: [email protected]

Mar 12


Spring Break Bingo

(Campus - Student)

Time: 7-9 p.m.
Location: Kimball Ballroom

Four corners? Black out? Traditional bingo? No matter your favorite way to play, this is a must-attend event where fun Spring Break prizes will be awarded to our students!

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 13
thru
Mar 15


Color Blind

(Performing Arts - Theatre)

7:30 p.m., March 13-14; 2 p.m. Sunday matinee, March 15

Warehouse Theatre, 104 Willis Ave. 

(A Playhouse Company Production)

By Tom Andes

[Musical, PG-13]

Visual and performing arts collide in this original new production developed right here in Columbia, Mo.

What lies at the heart of the creative process? Local performing artist and Stephens College music faculty member Tom Andes explores this compelling question in his original new musical. When Michael Stevens, a struggling art professor, loses the ability to see color, a student and a hallucination (in the form of Pierre August Renoir) try to help him through it. 

Performing Arts on the Web: Here

Contact: Box Office
Phone: (573) 876-7199
Email Contact

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 13


Visiting Writer Krysten Hill Poetry Reading

(Campus - Academics)

Time: 3:30 p.m.
Location: Hugh Stephens Library Penthouse

Alumna Krysten Hill will give a poetry reading.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 14


Vintage Inspiration: The Brides of Downton Abbey

(Community)

Time: 11:30 a.m.
Location: Historic Senior Hall Recital Hall

Cornelia Powell, a wedding folklorist and costume historian, will discuss the inspiration behind the bridal gowns featured in PBS’s popular Downton Abbey series. The presentation is free and open to the public.

A brunch with Powell will precede the presentation at 10 a.m. in the Senior Hall Parlors. The cost is $30 per person, and those interested must RSVP with payment by March 4. Checks or money orders may be sent to the School of Fashion and Design, 1200 E. Broadway, Box 2042, Columbia, Mo. 65215. Payments can also be made by calling (573) 876-7105.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 14


Visiting Writer Krysten Hill Craft Talk

(Campus - Academics)

Time: 1-3 p.m.
Location: Historic Senior Hall Parlors

Krysten Hill, visiting writer-in-residence, will give a craft talk: "Be the Poem: How to Be a Better Reader of Your Poetry."

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 14
thru
Mar 15


ALD Pajamarama

(Campus - Student)

Time: 8 p.m.-12 a.m.
Location: Student Union

Alpha Lambda Delta is hosting a Pajamarama party. Open to all students. Come to the Student Union at 8 p.m. in your pjs. There will be a D.J., snacks, and the movie Leap Year will be shown at 10 p.m.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 15


St. Patrick's Day Hunt for the Gold

(Campus - Student)

Time: 9 p.m.
Location: Wood Hall 2nd Floor Lobby

Wood Hall will host a scavenger hunt for St. Patrick's Day. There will be prizes, snacks and more!

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 16


SUSIEtalks

(Campus - Student)

Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Location: Windsor Auditorium

Join the Senior Class SGA as they host an evening of TED-esque talks in Windsor Auditorium. Faculty and staff will be sharing the advice they would give their college-aged selves at this inspiring and motivating event.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 16


Preparing for the Process: Ensuring Internship Success

(Campus - Student)

Time: 8-9 p.m.
Location: Pillsbury Hall Lobby

Learn from current students from various programs as they each discuss how to prepare for the process of searching for and securing your first internship! Snacks and drinks will be provided along with raffle baskets filled with organizational supplies to help keep you motivated and organized during your internship preparation.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 17


Vespers

(Campus - Student)

Time: 9 p.m.
Location: Firestone Baars Chapel

Take a break from stress and join President Dianne Lynch for quiet time and reflection at Vespers, a Stephens tradition. We will come together to unplug and unwind.

Community Engagement Points: 6

Mar 18


Delete Blood Cancer and Stephens College Host Bone Marrow Donor Drive

(Campus)

Time: 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Location: Stamper Commons

Stephens will hold a bone marrow donor drive on campus for students to learn more about the process and get registered as potential lifesavers. Every year, nearly 13,000 people will need a bone marrow transplant from an unrelated donor, but less than half will get one. Growing the number of eligible donors will help raise these odds.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 18


CCPD Lunch & Learn Series – Job Etiquette

(Campus - Career)

Time: 12-12:50 p.m.
Location: Student Union in Stamper

Understanding proper behavior and protocol in the workplace can help you immensely. We invite you to learn about etiquette during your job search and in the workplace. Feel free to bring your lunch with you.

Sponsored by Veterans United.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 18


On It! with Stephens Life

(Campus - Student)

Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: CAT TV - Studio A

Have you ever been part of a live television show audience? Here's your chance! Join us in discussion about current events, the hottest new trends, and much more!

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 18


Don't Break Your Bank Account

(Campus - Student)

Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Student Union

Join the Financial Aid peer counselors to learn about budgeting for Spring Break while still having a great time! There will be a chance to win some beach goodies in our raffle as well!

Questions? Contact Greg Hutchinson at (573) 876-7106.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 19


Bach’s Lunch Student Recital Series

(Performing Arts - Music)

Time: 12:30 p.m.
Location: Historic Senior Hall Recital Hall, 100 Waugh St.

Free monthly recitals bring uplifting art to your lunch hour

Relax in the elegant surroundings of Historic Senior Hall and support Stephens students as they perform a variety of musical theatre, vocal jazz, classical and choral works. These monthly recitals are free and open to the public.

Performing Arts on the Web: Here

Contact: Box Office
Phone: (573) 876-7199
Email Contact

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 19


Thursday’s Thirst for Knowledge

(Admissions)

Time: 7-8:30 a.m.
Location: Kaldi's in the Schnucks off Forum and Stadium Boulevard

Planning to pursue a degree and not sure where to start? Join us for a cup of coffee and conversation to learn about our top-ranked graduate, online and career-enhancing programs. 

We want to learn more about you and your goals, and then explain how one of our graduate programs in Strategic Leadership, Counseling, Fine Arts (TV and Screenwriting), or Healthcare (Pre-Health Professions or Health Information Administration); or our Professional Conservatory Training program (Dance, Theatre and Vocal Arts) may help you achieve those goals. This isn’t an interview, but we want to understand your needs to help you in selecting the program that best fits your needs, as well as to guide you in our admissions process.

Learn more.

Contact: (800) 876-7207
Email: [email protected]

Mar 19


Root Beer Pong

(Campus - Student)

Time: 8 p.m.
Location: Pit in Stamper Commons

The Residence Life staff members of Searcy Hall and Prunty Hall, along with Stephens Director of Security Tony Coleman, are hosting a Root Beer Pong game event to raise awareness about alcohol for Spring Break.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 26


Thursday’s Thirst for Knowledge

(Admissions)

Time: 7-8:30 a.m.
Location: Kaldi's in the Schnucks off Forum and Stadium Boulevard

Planning to pursue a degree and not sure where to start? Join us for a cup of coffee and conversation to learn about our top-ranked graduate, online and career-enhancing programs. 

We want to learn more about you and your goals, and then explain how one of our graduate programs in Strategic Leadership, Counseling, Fine Arts (TV and Screenwriting), or Healthcare (Pre-Health Professions or Health Information Administration); or our Professional Conservatory Training program (Dance, Theatre and Vocal Arts) may help you achieve those goals. This isn’t an interview, but we want to understand your needs to help you in selecting the program that best fits your needs, as well as to guide you in our admissions process.

Learn more.

Contact: (800) 876-7207
Email: [email protected]

Mar 30


Sister Outsider Poetry - At the Intersection of Art and Activism

(Community)

Time: 7:30 p.m.
Location: Windsor Auditorium

Don't miss poets Dominique Christina and Denice Frohman. Their tour marks the first time two Women of the World Poetry Slam Champions have paired up. 

Community Engagement Points: 6

Mar 31


Sister Outsider Poetry Workshop - Words Make Worlds

(Campus)

Time: 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Location: Hugh Stephens Library Penthouse

Designed for writers and poets who want to develop their craft in writing and performance. Students will dig into themselves through writing prompts, various texts and discussions that challenge and encourage them to write themselves into the center.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 31


Sister Outsider Poetry Workshop - On Being an Other

(Campus)

Time: 12:30-1:20 p.m.
Location: Student Union

Privilege and oppression insist on the degradation of certain identities and ways of being. This degradation is a process of “othering;” it asserts that if you do not fit neatly within social constructs then you do not belong or are less than. This workshop expands the conversation of what it means to be regarded as an other, discusses visibility, and invites us to reclaim and celebrate our identities.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Mar 31


Movie Night: 27 Dresses

(Campus - Student)

Time: 7-9 p.m.
Location: Prunty Hall Main Lounge

Join us for our weekly movie nights! This week we are watching 27 Dresses. All students are welcome!

Community Engagement Points: 3

Apr 01


CCPD Lunch & Learn Series – Your Online Image and Your Career

(Campus - Career)

Time: 12-12:50 p.m.
Location: Student Union in Stamper

Did you know that 1 in 3 employers will Google you and look at your social media before they hire you? Now is the time to learn how to manage what your online profile looks like. This session is during lunchtime. Please bring your food along if you so choose. 

Sponsored by Veterans United.

Community Engagement Points: 3

Apr 01


On It! with Stephens Life

(Campus - Student)

Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: CAT TV - Studio A

Have you ever been part of a live television show audience? Here's your chance! Join us in discussion about current events, the hottest new trends, and much more!

Community Engagement Points: 3

Apr 01


Junie B. Jones: The Musical

(Campus)

Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Macklanburg Playhouse

In celebration of TRYPS Children's Theatre Institute's first birthday at Stephens, join us for a delightful adaptation of four of Barbara Park's best-selling books brought to life in a genuinely comical, not-strictly-for-kids musical. This special performance is free for Stephens faculty, staff and students.

Please RSVP via email or by phone at (573) 449-4536 by March 23.

TRYPS on the Web: Here

Community Engagement Points: 3

Apr 02


Building Self-Esteem Group

(Campus - Wellness)

Time: 12:30 p.m.
Location: The Counseling Center, lower level of Stamper Commons

Come join us if you are interested in: 

  • Defining self-esteem
  • Understanding why self-esteem is vital to academic, social, emotional and personal development
  • Changing behaviors or thoughts that lead to low self-esteem 

Members will assist one another to understand their difficulties and will support each other through the process of positive change. 

Community Engagement Points: 3