Nashville band Apache Relay gains momentum

Nashville band Apache Relay gains momentum

From playing in a coffee shop for people only there for free WiFi to opening for Mumford and Sons as a part of their Gentlemen of the Road tour, The Apache Relay never take the opportunity to play for granted. What started out as friends playing music in their dorm...
What happens in Vegas stays at Stephens

What happens in Vegas stays at Stephens

On Feb. 17, several Stephens fashion students made the trip to Las Vegas for Magic Market Week. They arrived in Las Vegas around 11 a.m. and headed straight to the trade show. “ I was overwhelmed. All I could think was ‘Wow, there is so much to see,’” said freshman...
Susies take on True/False

Susies take on True/False

“My favorite part of the festival is the awesome sense of community. The people who put it together and the people who come every year truly have created the kindest, most talented, and open community around the fest. Everything about it is like a big family. You can walk around...
Stephens, Lynch announce historic gift

Stephens, Lynch announce historic gift

The Stephens College community is abuzz following Monday afternoon’s announcement of an anonymous gift of $15 million from a dedicated backer of the college. President Dianne Lynch gathered students, faculty, staff and trustees in Kimball Ballroom on Monday at 3 p.m. to announce the gift, the largest in the school’s...
Faux Real exhibit highlights clothing made from animal skins

Faux Real exhibit highlights clothing made from animal skins

A leopard jump suit greets visitors to the Faux Real clothing exhibit on the first floor of Lela Raney Wood Hall. That’s just one element of an exhibit that senior gallery employee Chloe Willett says has a name that is, “so lame it’s cool.” The exhibit also features a 7-foot...
10 life hacks to make your life less stressful

10 life hacks to make your life less stressful

We all know how frustrating life as a college student can be, and it’s usually the little things that send you over the edge. To avoid calling home  and complaining about something trivial, here is a short list of simple tips and tricks to make your life a little less...
Stamper slump

Stamper slump

After a long day of classes, sometimes a spiced-up meal is all that is needed to get through a long night of homework. Some days there are so many good options I can’t make a decision, and other days are spent walking around in circles trying to find something that...
Read it before you see it

Read it before you see it

In 2014, a whole plethora of books are being adapted for the big screen. Here’s a list of some of the hottest films to keep your eyes out for. While you’re waiting for them to hit theaters, why not pick up a copy of the original story? 1.    The Monuments...
Perks of being a Susie

Perks of being a Susie

Being a star surrounded by an awesome, built-in support system isn’t the only perk of going to Stephens. Included in tuition are numerous perks, some of which are more commonly known and a few that could be news to you. As of last year, Stephens began offering free laundry. This...
Stephens purchases Columbia and Wood Halls, students embrace change

Stephens purchases Columbia and Wood Halls, students embrace change

Stephens College finalized the purchase of Columbia and Wood Halls during summer break, and several departments headed a variety of projects focused on renovations, deep cleaning and the community living of Columbia Hall apartments. Despite all of the changes, some students dislike the building’s new living arrangements. Facilities spent hours,...
Costume museum sale is a success

Costume museum sale is a success

The costume museum hosted its fourth annual sale. Vintage clothing donations from the museum’s collection were sold. The sale included everything from wedding dresses to Halloween costumes, lingerie to suits, and shoes to hats. If students dug enough through the racks, they could even find pieces from Chanel and Giorgio...
Mortar Board's annual Safe Trick-or-Treat a hit

Mortar Board’s annual Safe Trick-or-Treat a hit

Fall is guaranteed to bring three things to Stephens College: colorful leaves, midterms and the Mortar Board’s Safe Trick-or-Treat. “It’s a traditional event from Mortar Board. I’m not sure how long we’ve been doing it, at least as long as I can remember,” Terra Carlson, senior, said. The event was...
A look back at Halloween on campus

A look back at Halloween on campus

As the clock struck midnight and the candles in the jack-o-lanterns were blown out, Halloween at Stephens came to a close. This October, decorations were placed on doors, pumpkins were carved to greet passersby, and of course, Stephens hosted a variety of events themed around the spooky holiday.   Tri-Sigma...
Stephens athletics face reality of NAIA competition

Stephens athletics face reality of NAIA competition

From the first step on the freshly cut grass of the soccer field to the ending buzzer of a basketball game, Stephens College athletes leave it all on the court while the athletic department faces the reality of competing in an environment where athletics is measured differently from other teams...
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2014 Movie Preview: 5 movies you must mark your calendar for

Award season has come and gone, leading to a new list of movies to look forward to. Here is a review of some highly anticipated flicks coming soon to a theater near you: 1. Gone Girl Plot: A story of suspense set in North Carthage, MO. gives a glimpse inside the lives of married couple...

A window of opportunity: students take their learning overseas

Students and faculty often refer to the “Stephens bubble,” disconnected from the community that surrounds it, but these three women’s abroad experience show that couldn’t be further from the truth. Sophomore Bianca Fitzpatrick spent spring semester in Milan. The St. Louis native began her search for a study abroad experience almost immediately upon arriving on...

The Stephens facelift

Stephens College celebrated her 181st birthday this year, and to show she’s still in the game she got a facelift. “Dream up” is the theme of the new Stephens College. Yesterday signs filled Kimball Ballroom encouraging women to not follow their dreams but to chase them down and show them who’s boss. There are many...
2014 Harbinger launch party to be held April 18

2014 Harbinger launch party to be held April 18

Harbinger, Stephens College’s student-edited and designed literary magazine, will host a reading and reception at 6 pm April 18 at Vault II in the Tiger Hotel, 23 South 8th Street.  The event showcases the fiction, poetry, nonfiction and interviews featured in the 2014 edition, “Shadow box.” “We are excited to see two semester’s worth of...

Spring cleaning just got easier with these two apps

Now that it’s springtime, it is time for spring cleaning. I don’t know about you all but lately I have been thinking about all the stuff I’ll have to move back to home once this academic year is finished. Because most of my stuff is clothing, I have decided to get rid of some of...