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Mills Alums Moving Forward

In fall 2021, an independent group of Mills grads approached the Office of Alumnae Relations to ask for ways in which alums can stay engaged as Mills College at Northeastern University takes shape. Now known as the Alum Engagement Committee (AEC), these alums led a series of Zoom discussion groups last fall in collaboration with the College. They’ve already presented the

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Alum nominated to UN Human Rights Council

 On October 21, 2021, President Joe Biden announced his intent to nominate Michèle Nichols Taylor ’88 to serve as the United States representative to the United Nations Human Rights Council, a position that carries the rank of ambassador during her tenure of service. A statement from the White House listed some of Taylor’s many accomplishments

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2021 Alumnae Awards Profiles

Joan Millar Lincoln ’66, Distinguished Achievement  Following Joan’s musical studies with Darius Milhaud and Morton Subotnick at Mills, she went on to teach music at Simon’s Rock. She and her husband, Albert Lincoln III, then immigrated to France, where she nurtured their first child and traveled and performed as a bilingual folk singer.  Starting in 1972, the Lincolns spent 11 years in the

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Alumnae fight to save Mills

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

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