Multigenerational friendships among Millsies are so common that a recent graduate already carries several with her as she departs the College.
Author: Mills Quarterly
As women in the judiciary undergo new scrutiny across the country, three alumnae judges recall the trajectory of their careers.
One student’s summer spent writing and caregiving in Faculty Village still reverberates more than 40 years later.
A long-delayed celebration Finally, the following Saturday (May 22), the Class of 2020 was able to come onto the Mills campus for the first time since their final year at the College was interrupted and theirCommencement delayed by the pandemic. The original plan, to hold an in-person ceremony in conjunction with the Class of 2021,
Commencement, from a distance With the sounds of honking, cheering, and Indigenous drumming wafting across campus, the Mills College Class of 2021 celebrated an entirely new kind of Commencement (or CARmencement?) on Saturday, May 15. Following a virtual ceremony in the morning—the first in the College’s history—that celebrated 377 undergraduate and graduate students, Richards Gate
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