April 11, 2018 | Tags: Student Success, School of Creative & Performing Arts, Theatre
Stephens College graduating seniors displayed their flair for theatre and musical theatre during the Senior Showcase on April 9 at the Folly Theater in Kansas City.
April 2, 2018 | Tags: Student Success, School of Design, Fashion
Stephens College students Fey Chavez ’18 of New Haven, Mo., and Tobie Roberts ’18 of Overbrook, Kan., showed their collections on the runway at Kansas City Fashion Week, which ran March 25-31.
March 27, 2018 | Tags: School of Design, Fashion
The Jeannene Booher Fashion Lecture Series continues to bring world-renowned designers to the Stephens College campus. This March the Stephens community had the pleasure to hear from Victor Costa, “king of the copycats,” whose significant impact on the fashion industry spans seven decades. Complementing the lecture, the Stephens College Costume Museum and Research Library launched a new gallery exhibit showcasing Costa’s work during his many years as a major fashion influencer and designer.
March 15, 2018 | Tags: Student Success, School of Creative & Performing Arts, Digital Filmmaking
Stephens College digital filmmaking students took first and second place in the annual Gimme Truth! competition that is part of True/False, the international documentary film festival held in Columbia every spring. For the game show-style competition, filmmakers must create a film that is entirely true or entirely false.
Stephens College will bring together Missouri’s higher ed community for first U.S. Fulbright Scholar Forum
March 7, 2018 | Tags: College & Campus
Stephens College will host representatives from a wide range of colleges and universities across Missouri for a discussion around the Fulbright Scholar Program this Friday, March 9. The 2019-2020 Fulbright U.S. Scholar Competition just opened and the inaugural forum will center on scholar opportunities, the Fulbright in Missouri and ways to integrate international experiences on campuses.
March 6, 2018 | Tags: School of Design, Fashion
On March 5, Houston-based fashion designer Victor Costa, who is known as the “king of the copycats,” visited Stephens College fashion classes. Stephens students had the opportunity to talk with and share their fashion collections with the famed designer.
Renowned New York fashion designer Victor Costa to talk as part of Jeannene Booher Fashion Lecture Series
February 14, 2018 | Tags: School of Design, Fashion
The Stephens College School of Design has invited famed New York fashion designer Victor Costa to present a free public lecture on March 5 as part of The Jeannene Booher Fashion Lecture Series. Costa is known as the “king of the copycats” and has been called the “maestro copier” by Vogue magazine. As post-World War II American fashion hungered for Parisian style, Costa’s photographic memory and passionate love of fashion allowed him to translate what he saw on the European runway into affordable pieces for the U.S. market. His “copycat” ability made Costa into a multi-million-dollar business.
February 12, 2018 | Tags: School of Health Sciences, Equestrian
Stephens College Equestrian hosted Smith and Alexandra Lilly for a two-day clinic and book signing at the historic Stephens College Equestrian Center in late January. Kelly Hulse’s Saddle Seat majors and 16 outside equestrians participated in this enriching opportunity to learn from a multiple world champion trainer and author. In addition, Stephens equestrian students and faculty, as well as members of the Missouri Horse Show Association, held a networking event as part of the visit. The MHSA also held its awards banquet on campus this year.
February 9, 2018 | Tags: College & Campus, School of Creative & Performing Arts
The Stephens College School of Creative and Performing Arts, in collaboration with the Office of Institutional Advancement and Initiatives, is once again presenting an organ benefit concert at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 6 in the Firestone Baars Chapel.
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.
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