A summer of campus work is in the books, which included the following projects: • Improvements in residence halls, including converting Reinhardt Hall back into housing with additional beds in the C wing and new paint and carpet, and putting Mary Morse back online with fresh flooring, a new roof, Internet connectivity, upgraded wiring, a new boiler, and
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How can the art world move forward into a more just and inclusive space when its history is rooted in inequity?
Mills College holds the most extensive library archive anywhere of work created or inspired by poet and performer Patti Smith. A campus exhibition this fall displays a trove of rare materials and exposes the deep connections that influence her work.
By Connie Young Yu ’63 An orange satin tiger hat, a fanciful foo dog cap, and a majestic scholar’s hat shaped like a pavilion are among the Chinese children’s headgear on display at the Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA) in San Francisco—thanks to the generosity of Leslie Stein Selcow ’63, who donated her collection