Harbinger, Stephens College's literary magazine, has been awarded the 2020 Literary Arts Journal Award by Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society. The 2020 issue, "Outside the Lines," features student-written and -edited short fiction, poetry, nonfiction…
Renée Reed-Miller '02 is the concept pioneer of an integrative, trauma-informed community engagement process called Thanks In Advance (TIA). She uses expressive arts to promote trauma-sensitive, healing-centered practices in families, organizations and communities.
After graduating from Stephens, Paige Burton-Argo '11 worked for New Boston Creative Group, LLC, an integrated marketing and communications agency in Manhattan, Kansas. Burton-Argo started as a copywriter and eventually worked as director of content development and director of operations.
Shelly Romero ’17 is an assistant editor at Scholastic. She graduated from Stephens College with a bachelor’s degree in English and attended the 2017 NYU Summer Publishing Institute. A proud first-gen Honduran-American, she is a member of Latinx in Publishing, People of Color in Publishing, and a junior mentor for Representation Matters Mentorship Program.
RJ Johnson ’16 graduated with their B.F.A. in Creative Writing. During their time at Stephens College, they enjoyed workshop classes and literature classes involving different cultures. They have two large dogs and since graduating received their Master of Business Administration in one year in Denver, Colorado.
Mary Arnold ’19 graduated with a B.F.A. in Creative Writing and a minor in music. Before attending Stephens, she worked for a manufacturing company for six years to earn money to attend college. Stephens was her first choice.