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November 16, 2017 | Tags: School of Creative & Performing Arts, Performing Arts
There’s a new twist on an old tradition this holiday season at Stephens College. For the first time in 20 years, students are taking center stage for the annual Victorian holiday celebration, which this season focuses on the exceptional women of the March family portrayed in “Little Women,” penned by Louisa May Alcott.
November 14, 2017 | Tags: School of Design, Fashion
Passion and integrity are important qualities for a young designer to possess in the rough-and-tumble world of fashion say New York designers Stan Herman and Michael Harlan Schwarz. However, it’s most imperative that a young designer knows herself, the New Yorkers told Stephens fashion students during a recent visit.
November 12, 2017 | Tags: Faculty Excellence, School of Design, Fashion
Stephanie Carlo, assistant professor of fashion at Stephens College, will receive the first Exceptional Fashion Educator Award from Rightfully Sewn, a not-for-profit program. The Kansas City non-profit provides seamstress training for at-risk women as well as professional development opportunities for young designers and individuals considering a career in fashion design. Carlo will be honored during the program’s inaugural Golden Gala at 7 p.m., Dec. 2 in The Grand Hall at Power & Light in Kansas City, Mo.
November 8, 2017 | Tags: Student Success
The 2017 American Midwest Conference Volleyball Academic All-Conference list was prior to Tuesday evening's Quarterfinals round of the American Midwest Conference Tournament. Seven Stars' players received the recognition prior to the start of their match at Columbia College. In addition, Halan Mann[http://www.stephensstars.com/roster/14/7/934.php] was recognized as a member of the AMC Champions of Character team.
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.
November 1, 2017 | Tags: School of Creative & Performing Arts
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 Matheniai ’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.
October 24, 2017 | Tags: Student Success, School of Creative & Performing Arts, Film
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.
October 19, 2017 | Tags: College & Campus, School of Creative & Performing Arts, Education
Stephens College School of Creative and Performing Arts is hosting a daylong Arts Integration in Education Summit Nov. 4, 2017, that will bring together classroom teachers, teaching artists, principals and more to explore integrating the arts into any K-12 classroom.
The Jeannene Booher Fashion Lecture Series to host Nov. 8 public lecture with N.Y.C. designers Stan Herman and Michael Harlan
October 16, 2017 | Tags: School of Design, Fashion, College & Campus
The Stephens College School of Design has invited New York designers Stan Herman and Michael Harlan Schwarz to share their experience creating “Designer Uniforms” – think Federal Express and JetBlue Airlines – and how they integrated the concepts of function and form into their own lines of accessories and apparel.
October 13, 2017 | Tags: College & Campus
When Brianna Bunker began looking at colleges, she searched for a small school in a hip university town that also offered her major, digital filmmaking. Her dad found Stephens College, which had an added bonus in his eyes: it’s a women’s college. Today, Daryl and Sarah Bunker of Lumberton, Texas, are visiting their daughter during Welcome Home Family & Friends Weekend at Stephens. Though she’s only a couple months into her freshman year, Brianna Bunker couldn’t be happier – and neither could her parents.
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