Stephens College people

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  1. Dawn Wells

    Dawn Wells


    Dawn Elberta Wells (born October 18, 1938) is an American actress widely known for her role as Mary Ann Summers on the CBS sitcom, Gilligan's Island, during its run from 1964 until 1967.

  2. Elizabeth Mitchell

    Elizabeth Mitchell


    Elizabeth Mitchell (born March 27, 1970), is an American actress. She is best known for her role as Dr. Juliet Burke on the ABC TV series Lost, and also had lead roles on the TV series V and Revolution, and recurred as the Snow Queen in Once Upon A Time in late 2014. She has starred in such films as The Santa Clause 2 & 3 and Gia.

  3. Annie Potts

    Annie Potts


    Anne Hampton "Annie" Potts (born October 28, 1952) is an American film and television actress. She is known for her roles in popular 1980s films such as Ghostbusters (1984), Pretty in Pink (1986), Jumpin' Jack Flash (1986), Who's Harry Crumb? (1989), and Ghostbusters II (1989). Potts also voiced Bo Peep in the animated films Toy Story and Toy Story 2.

  4. Chris Cooper

    Chris Cooper


    Christopher W. "Chris" Cooper (born July 9, 1951) is an American film actor. He became well known in the late 1980s. He has appeared in supporting performances in several major Hollywood films, including the drama American Beauty (1999), the biopic about a NASA engineer October Sky (1999), the action spy film The Bourne Identity (2002), the biographical sports psychological-drama thriller film Seabiscuit (2003), the biographical film about Truman Capote, Capote (2005), the geopolitical thriller Syriana (2005), the action-thriller The Kingdom (2007), the crime drama The Town (2010), and the musical comedy film The Muppets (2011).

  5. Ashley Litton

    Ashley Litton


    Ashley Renee Litton is a beauty queen from Missouri who held the Miss Missouri USA title in 2004.

  6. Martha Beall Mitchell

    Martha Beall Mitchell


    Martha Beall Mitchell (September 2, 1918 – May 31, 1976) was the wife of John N. Mitchell, United States Attorney General under President Richard Nixon. She gained notoriety in the press during the Nixon administration for her frequent phone calls to reporters and colorful comments on the state of the nation, becoming a household name, appearing on several high-profile magazine covers, and becoming a controversial figure in her own right. Her alcoholism and eccentric behavior led to a divorce from John Mitchell in 1973. She died of complications of multiple myeloma three years later.

  7. William Inge

    William Inge


    William Motter Inge (/ˈɪn/; May 3, 1913 – June 10, 1973) was an American playwright and novelist, whose works typically feature solitary protagonists encumbered with strained sexual relations. In the early 1950s, he had a string of memorable Broadway productions, and one of these, Picnic, earned him a Pulitzer Prize. With his portraits of small-town life and settings rooted in the American heartland, Inge became known as the "Playwright of the Midwest".

  8. Emily J. Reynolds

    Emily J. Reynolds


    Emily J. Reynolds (born c. 1956) was the Secretary of the United States Senate from January 7, 2003 to January 3, 2007. She was appointed Secretary of the Senate when the United States Senate convened on January 7, 2003, for the 108th Congress. Prior to her appointment as Secretary, Reynolds was the chief of staff for Senator Bill Frist. She is the thirty-first person, and the fifth woman, to serve as Secretary of the Senate.

  9. Frances Crowe

    Frances Crowe


    Frances Crowe (b. March 15, 1919) is an American peace activist and pacifist from the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts.

  10. Clarence Cannon

    Clarence Cannon


    Clarence Andrew Cannon (April 11, 1879 – May 12, 1964) was a Democratic Congressman from Missouri serving from 1923 until his death in Washington, D.C. in 1964. He was a notable parliamentarian and chaired the U.S. House Committee on Appropriations.

  11. Jeane Kirkpatrick

    Jeane Kirkpatrick


    Jeane J. Kirkpatrick (née Jeane Duane Jordan; November 19, 1926 – December 7, 2006) was an American ambassador and an ardent anti-communist. She was a long-time Democrat, who turned Republican in 1985. After serving as Ronald Reagan's foreign policy adviser in his 1980 campaign, she became the first woman to serve as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.

  12. Jack Buechner

    Jack Buechner


    John William "Jack" Buechner (born June 4, 1940) is an American lawyer and politician from the U.S. state of Missouri. A Republican, Buechner served in the United States House of Representatives for Missouri's 2nd congressional district from 1987 to 1991. After serving in Congress, Buechner became president of the International Republican Institute and a lawyer at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips. From 2001 until his retirement in 2005 he was the President of The Presidential Classroom for Young Americans. Currently he serves as Senior Counsel to The Hawthorn Group of Alexandria, VA. and is on the Advisory Board of Bloomberg Government.

  13. William Ashbrook

    William Ashbrook


    William Ashbrook (28 January 1922 – 31 March 2009) was an American musicologist, writer, journalist, and academic. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, his education including a BA in English literature from the University of Pennsylvania in 1946 and a MA in musicology from Harvard University in 1947. Ashbrook began an academic career by teaching humanities and then, for nearly twenty years, was a member of the English Department at Indiana State University at Terre Haute, from which he retired in 1974 as Distinguished Professor Emeritus. From 1974 to 1984 he was professor of opera at the Philadelphia College of the Performing Arts (now the University of the Arts).

  14. Jonathan Holden

    Jonathan Holden


    Jonathan Holden, the first Poet Laureate of Kansas, is a Professor of English at Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. Chosen in 2004, his two year term began July 1, 2005. He was succeeded by Denise Low on July 1, 2007.

  15. Karith Foster

    Karith Foster


    Karith Foster (born in Plano, Texas) is an American comedienne and a TalkBackTV show host on She was also a former contributor on the Imus in the Morning radio and television program. She left the show in August 2009 when her contract was not renewed.

  16. Leslie Adrienne Miller

    Leslie Adrienne Miller


    Leslie Adrienne Miller (born 1956) is the author of five collections of poems.

  17. Bill Hume (cartoonist)

    Bill Hume (cartoonist)


    William Stanton "Bill" Hume (March 16, 1916 – June 27, 2009) was an American artist, actor, author, playwright, photographer, film producer, corporate art director, and newspaper man. While stationed in Japan as part of the post World War II occupying force, Hume created the cartoon Babysan which depicted American servicemen in Japan. This comic was very popular with service members in Japan and was published in Stars and Stripes, Yank Magazine, and other military publications. Shortly after his return to the United States, Hume published four books with John Annarino about his time in Japan.

  18. Harry M. Philpott

    Harry M. Philpott


    Harry Melvin Philpott (May 6, 1917 – January 28, 2008) was the President of Auburn University from 1965 to 1980.

  19. Shirley Adele Field

    Shirley Adele Field


    Shirley A. Field (1923 – 1995) was an Oregon legislator and judge.

  20. Gordon Gilkey

    Gordon Gilkey


    Gordon Waverly Gilkey (March 10, 1912 – October 28, 2000) was an American artist, educator, and promoter of the arts from Oregon. A native Oregonian, he served during World War II in Europe collecting art stolen by the Nazis for which he was award the Meritorious Service Medal and other accolades. He later served in the administration at Oregon State University and worked for the Portland Art Museum.

  21. Homer Rainey

    Homer Rainey

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    Homer Price Rainey (January 19, 1896 – December 19, 1985) was an American college president and professor. He was born in Eliasville in Young County, Texas, and served as the president of the University of Texas at Austin from 1939 to 1944.

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