Time in the tech world prompted Jessica Gonzalez ’13 to return home and update her family’s farm business.
By Kate Robinson Beckwith, MFA ’13; Sheryl Bizé-Boutté ’73; Gwen Jackson Foster ’67; Ariana Merlino ’97; and Moya Stone, MFA ’03 Note: This story was written before the June 17 announcement of a potential partnership with Northeastern University. On March 17, Mills College President Elizabeth Hillman announced, on behalf of the College’s Board of Trustees, that this fall’s first-year undergraduate class
Multigenerational friendships among Millsies are so common that a recent graduate already carries several with her as she departs the College.
As women in the judiciary undergo new scrutiny across the country, three alumnae judges recall the trajectory of their careers.
One student’s summer spent writing and caregiving in Faculty Village still reverberates more than 40 years later.
As a follow-up to our winter 2021 piece detailing the fight for civil rights at Mills, we speak to four Black alumnae who experienced it firsthand.
Three alumnae who are defying stereotypes and finding success in the professional fitness space.
By Kate Robinson Beckwith, MFA ’13 Every year since 2007, the AAMC has selected exemplary alumnae to receive its highest honors: The Distinguished Achievement Award for distinction in a professional field; the Recent Graduate Award; and the Outstanding Volunteer Award. This year, because of COVID-19 restrictions, we were unable to gather at Reunion to celebrate
Going virtual didn’t stop many alumnae from gathering to commemorate Reunion 2020.
The Mills experience has stirred many a writer to center the campus in their creative works.