Strong storytelling and solid research form the basis of the Mills public radio reporting classes. Story subjects—and reporters, too—can find the experience transformative.
Category: Spring 2012
As the world of news and information evolves to embrace new technologies, campus journalists keep pace with the change.
Life on campus a century ago was very different than it is today, but the memory book of a member of the Class of 1910 reminds us how some aspects of college life transcend the ages.
Amy Franklin-Willis ’94 captures a uniquely Southern sense of place and personality in her debut novel.