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Stephens Scholars inspires, challenges honor students

November 6, 2017 | Tags: Student Success

Asya Hristova ’18 has always been a hard worker, eager to try new things and to challenge herself. So when she enrolled at Stephens College and learned about Stephens Scholars[/academics/academic-mission/honors-program/], the College’s honors program, she didn’t hesitate to join the select group of students.



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Best in Show among honors received as Stephens Life earns more design awards

November 2, 2017 | Tags: Student Success, School of Design

Stephens Life, a student-run magazine, has once again come home a winner from the national College Media Convention. Among the many accolades, the Associated College Press (ACP) recognized Stephens Life as a Pacemaker Award winner. The Pacemaker is considered the Pulitzer Prize of collegiate publications. The winners were announced during the convention, which was held Oct. 25-29 in Dallas. 



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Stephens singers bring home awards from three-state voice competition

November 1, 2017 | Tags: School of Creative & Performing Arts, Student Success, Theatre

Three Stephens College singers took home prizes during a three-state event hosted by the National Association of Teachers of Singers (NATS) Central Region on Oct. 28-29. Sicily Mathenia ’18 received first place in the Upper College Women Musical Theatre category while Natalie Irlmeier ’20, and Mackenna Morrow ’19 took home second and third places, respectively, in the Lower College Women Musical Theatre category. Each winner received a certificate and a cash award. 



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Stephens' Summer Film Institute production will show at 10th anniversary Citizen Jane Film Festival

October 24, 2017 | Tags: Student Success, School of Creative & Performing Arts, Digital Filmmaking

A short film that was produced, shot and edited by digital film students at Stephens College will premiere this weekend during the 10th annual Citizen Jane Film Festival, which runs Oct. 26-29, 2017 on the Stephens campus. “Chasing AllieCat” a 14-minute film directed by Steph Borklund, assistant professor of digital film, will be shown as part of the festival’s “Ms. Ouri Made” short films, which begin at 10 a.m., Oct. 28 in the Warehouse Theatre.  



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More national nominations pour in for Stephens Life magazine

September 28, 2017 | Tags: Student Success, School of Design

Stephens Life, the student magazine of Stephens College, is on a roll. For the second time in less than a month, the magazine has been nominated for a national award. This time, the Associated College Press (ACP) nominated the “Eat” story in the Fall 2016 issue for Design of the year in the Yearbook/Magazine Page/Spread category.



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Inaugural class of the Physician Assistant program commits to the profession

September 16, 2017 | Tags: Student Success, School of Health Sciences

Kara Kinnison always knew she wanted to work in the health care field and originally enrolled at Saint Louis University as a pre-med student. But the fit wasn’t right. Then, the Saint Charles, Mo., native learned about physician assistants, members of a healthcare team who can begin working in the medical field in about two years, a fraction of the time it takes to become a practicing physician. Kinnison, who eventually received a B.A. in chemistry from SLU, was sold.



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Stephens Life magazine named Best of Collegiate Design finalist in three categories

August 25, 2017 | Tags: Student Success, School of Design

Stephens Life, the student magazine of Stephens College, has been named a Best of Collegiate Design Pinnacle Award finalist in three categories. The Pinnacle Awards are presented by the College Media Association, the national association for collegiate media and its advisers, and honor the best in college media organizations and individual work.



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