Mills Quarterly Reader Survey 2023: Share your thoughts on what you want to see in this magazine!
“I Am Committed to the Mills Legacy” by Allison Rost: As the first head of the Mills Institute, Nicole Guidotti-Hernández has a lot to say about where Mills goes from here.
Is DEI Work Here to Stay? by Sarah Stevenson, MFA ’04: After renewed interest in creating equitable spaces post-2020, the DEI industry is at a crossroads both for trainers and trainees.
Racial Representation Report Card: Examining how the Quarterly has fared in accurately reflecting its readership over the last five years.
Sizing Up Works of Art by Emily Withnall: The love for art history that Nan Chisholm developed at Mills has led her down a fascinating path—including to PBS.
Recent Mills Matters Stories
Alums running for Congress: Barbara Tutt Lee ’73 and Lateefah Simon ’17 are in the running for state and local offices up for grabs in the 2024 election.
Merger updates: The latest on the Mills-Northeastern merger. (Check this page for previous stories.)
Special classes pop up on campus: Students get a taste of book art, dance, and media studies through a unique slate of courses.
Precious items still part of the Mills archives: Info on the treasures that remain part of the collections in the Heller Rare Book Room.
Conference kicks off new Black Reparations Project: Four faculty/staff members are leading efforts to make the Mills campus a leader in the reparations movement.