Lauren Knobel ’84 recounts her experiences as a volunteer veterinarian after the fires that destroyed parts of Maui in August 2023.
Author: Mills Quarterly
There are four different groups of students on the Mills campus this fall. They are: First-Year Four-Year Students This cohort of approximately 520 is the first group to enroll on Northeastern’s Oakland campus with the option to stay throughout their entire undergraduate careers. Since the programs unique to Mills College at Northeastern are still under construction (more info to come later
Each site in Northeastern’s global network boasts its own programmatic theme, and at least for the 2023–24 academic year, the Mills campus will be characterized by the tenets of “experiential entrepreneurship.” According to academic officials, the theme extends beyond the business world. “It’s a set of skills, knowledge, and motivations that we want students to take away from the experience,” said Associate Dean Christie Chung
Christie Chung, associate dean for research, scholarship, and partnerships and a psychology professor at Mills since 2007, has been appointed to the role of interim executive director of the Mills Institute. Nicole Guidotti-Hernández, the Institute’s inaugural director, has transitioned to a teaching role as an English professor. “I am deeply honored to have the opportunity to lead the Mills Institute and to bring Mills’ amazing legacy
A summer of campus work is in the books, which included the following projects: • Improvements in residence halls, including converting Reinhardt Hall back into housing with additional beds in the C wing and new paint and carpet, and putting Mary Morse back online with fresh flooring, a new roof, Internet connectivity, upgraded wiring, a new boiler, and
Photos from a once-in-a-lifetime experience studying abroad in Ireland.
A look back at the efforts to record authentic, first-hand accounts of Mills history.
In an era of influencers, three Mills alums who’ve turned their quirks and interests into solid careers talk about the longevity of making things personal.
An excerpt from the upcoming memoir by the assistant adjunct professor of English.
These two self-described BFFs talk about what kept them together after graduation.