The cultural and political forces of the late 1960s that helped reshape the College into the institution it is today are the subject of an academic article.
A new book closes a chapter on the Mills Longitudinal Study.
Some people contend that gender-specific terms are exclusionary and hurtful to transgender and genderqueer people. Others insist that, particularly in the context of a women’s college, feminine words have power and history. As our understanding of gender is changing, so too is our language.