College rating systems once evaluated academic standing and selectivity alone. Now, graduates’ salaries are a major factor in ranking schemes. Should other outcomes be considered in determining a school’s value?
Category: Winter 2017
For 25 years, the Alumnae of Color Committee has built sisterhood and solidarity among
Mills graduates, students, and faculty.
On the event of her inauguration, the 14th president of Mills College reflects on the adaptability that has marked the College throughout its history and observes how Mills graduates make positive change in society.
Resilience and resourcefulness buoyed senior Melissa Berkay through a period
of homelessness to become a top scholar—and to set an open-ocean swim record.