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.
The “starving artist” is a thing of the past when a unique business course gives writers, musicians, and others the necessary skills to pursue their creative goals.
Women are vastly underrepresented in the high-tech industry, and many never even consider such work to be a viable option. But despite the obstacles, Professor Ellen Spertus and several alumnae show that women’s careers in computer science are attainable, exciting, and rewarding. Plus: a new professorship brings computer industry professionals into the classroom.