The new interactive art installation on campus.
Category: Spring 2022
A recounting of the Aurelia Henry Reinhardt era at Mills, which saw the first men admitted as graduate students.
Mills Weekly, Mills Stream, The Campanil—they all trace their roots back to the fall of 1917.
In its various iterations, the student newspaper at Mills has taught its writers and editors the basics of journalism and sent many off into careers in media.
In fall 2021, an independent group of Mills grads approached the Office of Alumnae Relations to ask for ways in which alums can stay engaged as Mills College at Northeastern University takes shape. Now known as the Alum Engagement Committee (AEC), these alums led a series of Zoom discussion groups last fall in collaboration with the College. They’ve already presented the
TO HELP THOSE STUDENTS who need to earn only a few more credits before the merger, Mills is planning a condensed summer session between May 17 and June 30 so those within eight credits of graduation can complete their degrees before the transition. Read the most up-to-date info at tinyurl.com/mills–degree- pathways. DESPITE REPORTS TO THE CONTRARY, historic areas of study at
As reported in the winter Quarterly, the work of 10 transition workstreams continues this spring, examining the questions arising from the merger between Mills College and Northeastern University. The efforts are now getting into the finer details, with the IT group comparing campus-specific information such as student technology needs and email systems, and the human resources teams looking at benefits options for
In mid-January, the inaugural cohort of Northeastern students—14 in total—set foot on the Mills campus for the first time. While the emergence of the Omicron variant made in-person get-togethers difficult, these new arrivals still received a full welcome to the spring semester at Mills. Jillian Mosley ’18, director of orientation and family programs in the Division of Student Life, oversaw the onboarding process for
At the end of 2021, students in the Digital Journalism class unveiled Cyclone Radio, an audio magazine made for the members and stakeholders of the Mills community. Supervised by Assistant Adjunct Professor of Communication and Communication Program Head Keli Dailey and supported by We Are the Voices, this student-centered project shares the opinions, feelings, and
“History with a ‘y’ denotes a singular narrative, but when we think about histories, our histories have multiple perspectives.” So said LaGarrett King, the keynote speaker of the School of Education’s (SOE) Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action. “When people say you cannot teach history this way, or you cannot teach about Black