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Fall 2021

A Buzz About Beekeeping by Sarah J. Stevenson, MFA ’04: Time in the tech world prompted Jessica Gonzalez ’13 to return home and update her family’s farm business.

The Lord of Lisser by Allison Rost: From birth, Jim Graham’s entire life has been inextricably tied to Mills history. He recounts more than 70 years of memories.

Lighting the Way to a Kinder World: The College’s A+P+I artist in residence, Christy Chan, conceived of the Dear America project in response to rising anti-Asian sentiment during the pandemic.


Mills Matters Online

Check out several of our newsier print items on the Quarterly website!

Faculty Afghan expert speaks out: Lead by Learning Director Mizgon Zahir Darby has appeared on several regional and national media outlets to discuss the crisis in Afghanistan from her perspective as a first-generation Afghan American.

Friendship and Fulbright bring Egyptian academic to Mills: Maha El Said first met Elmaz Abinader in Cairo nearly 30 years ago. She joins the College to teach Arabic literature this fall semester.

Summer research programs roar back to life: A report on how three of the College’s summer science programs fared in their first session back after a year lost to the pandemic.