Five of the many couples that Mills has brought together share their love stories.
It was an emotional and joyful affair as alumnae ranging from the classes of 1952 to 2022 gathered on the Mills campus from October 6–9 for Reunion 2022. In addition to annual activities such as professor lectures, campus tours, and class dinners, several new programs were introduced this year—including the reinvention of a Mills tradition in which alums carried lanterns
Support for NPR is brought to you by a Mills alum! Jessica Webner Hansen ’96 loans her dulcet tones to voiceovers and coaching.
Heather Stockton ’13, MFA ’18, performs “Viral Viragos,” a comedic interpretive dance of an infamous video of outrage over Bath & Body Works candles, in Lisser Hall on November 19, 2022. She was just one of a full slate of alum dancers and choreographers that participated in Return: Fall Dance Concert, a two-night event staged with the Mills Dance Department. The list of
What did these Mills alums do when they couldn’t find voices like theirs coming out of traditional printing presses? They started their own.
The wine industry is not known for its diversity. Two Black alums who write about and create the spirit discuss the paths they’ve taken.
On August 11, the Office of Alumnae Relations cohosted an online alumnae forum alongside the Alum Engagement Committee (AEC), a new group working with the Office of Alumnae Relations that formed last fall to support the relationship between Mills alums and the College as it embarked upon the merger with Northeastern. Questions were solicited through
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,
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.