The practice of creative writing starts with a question, and the path to finding the answers often unearths surprising insights and unexpected benefits.
Category: Summer 2013
Community-based writing workshops, led by Mills students, help marginalized people find their voice.
What books will you be toting to the beach this summer? English Department faculty offer plenty of tantalizing suggestions!
In a variety of formats, these four alumnae demonstrate how English Department graduates are making an impact—and a living.
The Heller Rare Book Room houses centuries’ worth of gorgeous books.
Whatever your age, major, or geographic location, alumnae clubs offer fun and rewarding opportunities for socializing, networking, and giving back.
By Barbara Crossette Thoraya Ahmed Obaid ’66 has been named one of 30 women appointees to Saudi Arabia’s traditionally all-male Shura Council, a government advisory body that serves as a sort of legislature in the kingdom, which has no parliament. Obaid, a former executive director of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) with a strong
By Connie Young Yu ’63 An orange satin tiger hat, a fanciful foo dog cap, and a majestic scholar’s hat shaped like a pavilion are among the Chinese children’s headgear on display at the Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA) in San Francisco—thanks to the generosity of Leslie Stein Selcow ’63, who donated her collection