February 8, 2018 | Tags: College & Campus
On Feb. 1, Stephens College held a grand opening for the Black Cultural Resource Center (BCRC), located on the second floor of the Hugh Stephens Library. The BCRC, which opened last semester, serves as a resource center for information on black culture. It features a book collection of over 130 books and also offers comfortable seating for studying and meetings.
Public safety agencies to partner with Stephens College to practice preparedness for active assailant event
February 7, 2018 | Tags:
The Columbia Police Department, in partnership with Stephens College, the Columbia Fire Department, and the University of Missouri Ambulance Service is coordinating a full-scale active assailant exercise on Wednesday, Feb. 28 from 6-9 p.m. on the Stephens College campus.
February 2, 2018 | Tags: School of Creative & Performing Arts, Performing Arts
Okoboji Summer Theatre (OST), Stephens College’s summer-stock theatre in Spirit Lake, Iowa, has announced Stephen Brotebeck as artistic director. Resident actor Rob Doyen, a longtime Stephens theatre arts professor, also will serve this summer as associate artistic director.
January 26, 2018 | Tags: School of Design, Performing Arts
Members of Creative Ink, Stephens College’s student-run marketing firm, recently designed promotional materials for the upcoming Playhouse Theatre Company’s production of “The Heiress,” which runs Feb. 2-4 and 9-10 in the Macklanburg Playhouse.
January 22, 2018 | Tags: School of Creative & Performing Arts
Prospective students interested in dance at Stephens College can experience the program March 3 during a comprehensive, daylong event that will showcase what the School of Creative and Performing Arts has to offer on the dance floor and in the classroom.
January 19, 2018 | Tags: College & Campus
Columbia is the best city in Missouri to live in, according to Business Insider. The publication recently identified the best place to live in each state. Columbia – aka CoMo and College Town, U.S.A. – was described as “a charming college town that has good food, great public schools, diverse residents, and an excellent public transportation system.”
January 18, 2018 | Tags: College & Campus
The Stephens College campus came alive on Jan. 16 with an expression of remembrance for Martin Luther King Jr. through student performances of song, dance and spoken word.
January 12, 2018 | Tags: Alumnae Achievement, School of Creative & Performing Arts, Performing Arts
Dr. Gail Humphries Mardirosian, dean of the School of Creative and Performing Arts, has long believed in the power of theater for social change. She hopes her musical staged reading “Traces in the Wind,” a tribute to three women who survived the Holocaust through the sustenance of their art, will do just that when it is performed from Jan. 19-20 for high school students and community members in Peoria, Ariz. The cast of Stephens alumnae have already performed the tone poem of remembrance twice in Washington, D.C., debuting at the International Psychoanalytical Conference and shown again at the Embassy of the Czech Republic.
January 5, 2018 | Tags: Student Success, School of Creative & Performing Arts, Film
Anyone who has ever met Janet Reinschmidt ’18 knows she’s crazy about film archiving and film history. So when Tegan Zimmerman, assistant professor of English and creative writing at Stephens College, told her student about a summer internship with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences film archive in Los Angeles, Reinschmidt wasted no time applying.
January 4, 2018 | Tags: Student Success, School of Design, Fashion
Two Stephens College fashion students—one for the second consecutive year—are among the 226 recipients nationwide of the highly competitive 2018 YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund (FSF) scholarships. Each student will receive $5,000 from the YMA FSF, which is the fashion industry’s leading educational nonprofit, granting the largest sum of money and total number of scholarships.
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