We don’t normally share Class Notes online, but with permission, we’re posting this retelling of the trip Amanda Page Harper ’09 and her husband took to clean and polish the Mills Seminary plaques in Benicia. Thanks to her for the info and the photos! After Reunion last year, Amanda Page Harper and her husband Loren,
Category: Summer 2022
Consistent maintenance of the many varieties of vegetation on campus is necessary to keep buildings and community members safe.
In January, we at the Quarterly received an email inquiry from an alumna who attended both Mills and Northeastern University. “My thought is that perhaps there are other unique birds like myself among Mills alumnae,” she wrote. “Given the current transition to link Mills and Northeastern, it might be useful for some in the Mills
After Mills’ 134th Commencement, the Quarterly’s departing student assistant looks back on the momentous occasion.
Bent Twigs are an ingrained Mills tradition. We examine the origins and take a look at some unique Mills family situations.
Have questions about the Mills–Northeastern merger? Curious about how alums can stay involved with Mills? The Alum Engagement Committee (AEC), a group of alum volunteers, is helping the Office of Alumnae Relations prepare for a state-of-the-College Zoom update for alums, to be presented by President Elizabeth L. Hillman and other College leaders later this summer.
When we spoke with Associate Provost Beth Kochly in early May to get a report on the academic teach-out, she was ecstatic. “As of yesterday, we’ve finalized the list of courses that we’re going to teach in the fall, which is a huge win!” she said. It took painstaking, thoughtful work to compile the offerings
The final installment in our Transitions series goes back just eight years to the formation and introduction of the Mills transgender admissions policy.
Graduating arts students commemorated the end of an emotional year with installations and performances that met the moment.
“This is where a lot of things were seeded for me,” said Tina Lee ’01, MBA ’02 (at left, in 2018), on Thursday, April 14, as part of the latest installment of the Women Who Empower Leadership Series—and the first one held on the Mills campus, in the Lokey School of Business and Public Policy.