Among the many lessons we teach our children, one is to prepare daughters for a world that sees them as lesser than. But how should we teach our sons to respect everyone in the first place?
While climate change is more of a reality and less of a hypothetical, there are still actions the College can take to lower its carbon footprint.
A lifetime of commitment to inclusive excellence has prepared Chinyere Oparah to lead the renewal and development of the Mills faculty
Over nearly half a century as a faculty member, Professor Bert Gordon has made an indelible impression as a knowledgeable and enthusiastic teacher, an experienced and witty colleague, and a great friend and mentor.
Associate Professor of Philosophy Jay Gupta discusses the shortcomings of our emotive culture and the need for rational thinking in order to build a happier and more just society.
Two men met as wartime enemies. Decades later, they found healing as friends.
Meredith May tells their remarkable story in her book, I Who Did Not Die, and shares
how this tale of redemption changed her own life.
Plus: “The Cheers of Baghdad,” an excerpt from her book.
Through her literary scholarship and artistic pursuits, Professor Ajuan Mance reveals a vibrant history of black intellectuals in America, explores the complex roles of gender and race, and confronts the challenge of expressing individuality in the face of stereotypes.