Author: Mills Quarterly
As a follow-up to our winter 2021 piece detailing the fight for civil rights at Mills, we speak to four Black alumnae who experienced it firsthand.
Three alumnae who are defying stereotypes and finding success in the professional fitness space.
The pandemic heightened the challenges that teachers face in urban schools. School of Education graduates are well-prepared for them.
By Kate Robinson Beckwith, MFA ’13 Every year since 2007, the AAMC has selected exemplary alumnae to receive its highest honors: The Distinguished Achievement Award for distinction in a professional field; the Recent Graduate Award; and the Outstanding Volunteer Award. This year, because of COVID-19 restrictions, we were unable to gather at Reunion to celebrate
After a relatively uneventful fall semester, upcoming J-term and spring classes at Mills will continue with a pandemic-era hybrid approach that incorporates both online and in-person learning. While the mix will still heavily lean toward the virtual, several more courses will meet on campus in 2021, including lab sciences and art studios. There were plenty
Going virtual didn’t stop many alumnae from gathering to commemorate Reunion 2020.
The cultural and political forces of the late 1960s that helped reshape the College into the institution it is today are the subject of an academic article.
The Mills experience has stirred many a writer to center the campus in their creative works.
A new book closes a chapter on the Mills Longitudinal Study.