A roundup of some of the many spooky stories that have haunted the Mills campus for generations.
Category: Fall 2022
What did these Mills alums do when they couldn’t find voices like theirs coming out of traditional printing presses? They started their own.
The wine industry is not known for its diversity. Two Black alums who write about and create the spirit discuss the paths they’ve taken.
A remembrance of Professor Emerita of English Diana O’Hehir.
Nearly every building project that’s taken place on the Mills campus since 1992 bears the fingerprints of Karen Fiene. Known colloquially as the campus architect (her most recent title was director of facilities, compliance, and sustainability), Fiene first started working on Mills campus projects when employed by the architectural firm EHDD, initially coming on board to assist
On August 11, the Office of Alumnae Relations cohosted an online alumnae forum alongside the Alum Engagement Committee (AEC), a new group working with the Office of Alumnae Relations that formed last fall to support the relationship between Mills alums and the College as it embarked upon the merger with Northeastern. Questions were solicited through
A newer element of Northeastern’s research offerings is a series of “impact engines” and “accelerators,” which are cross-divisional projects dedicated to solving a broad range of specific societal problems—and one of them will call the Mills campus home. Professor of Business Practice Carrie Maultsby-Lute, MBA ’11, who also serves as the director of the Center
The Mills campus welcomed approximately 300 returning Mills students in addition to 500 first-year Northeastern students for the fall semester. The question of how to create a welcoming environment for all of those students is one that has occupied the collective minds of Mills’ Division of Student Life and Northeastern’s Student Affairs Office since well
This summer, the Mills campus received a much-needed refresh, including a power washing of sidewalks and buildings to bring back their shine. Other changes and updates include: Still to come (at press time) were the installation of 150 package lockers in Rothwell Plaza to augment services at the Mail & Copy Center, plus new wayfinding