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.
A new book closes a chapter on the Mills Longitudinal Study.
Two graduates from the College’s pre-professional healthcare programs report on what they’re seeing in their hospitals and exam rooms.
In her new book, Professor Emerita Ruth Saxton delves into the complex fictional worlds (and goes beyond the stereotypes) of elderly women.
The Lokey School prepares its public policy grad students with real-life case studies. How will that affect the 2020 election?
Poetry inspired by the pandemic and submitted by Mills graduates. If you wish to contribute, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Shelter in Place Perhaps today is the day the creatures of the earth take it back I miss touching you in the late afternoon, but by nightfall I am grateful for solitude A day to be empty to
A timeline of how COVID-19 affected Mills students, faculty and staff members, and alumnae in the first half of 2020. Click here for thoughts from the graduating Class of 2020, good wishes to the Class of 2020 from Mills alumnae, and alumnae tales and poetry from quarantine.
On March 20, Commencement festivities for the Class of 2020 were officially postponed, later announced to take place in the same timeframe as graduation for the Class of 2021. We still wanted to celebrate these newest alumnae/i as they wrapped up their time at Mills, whether they return for their official ceremony or not. The