A recounting of the Aurelia Henry Reinhardt era at Mills, which saw the first men admitted as graduate students.
Mills Weekly, Mills Stream, The Campanil—they all trace their roots back to the fall of 1917.
Since 1926, the Mills College Children’s School (MCCS) has conducted rich and varied research on child behavior and development—a history that Professor Emerita of Education Edna Mitchell wanted to document in its own book. Published independently last April, Early Childhood Education Through the Ages: A Partial History of the Mills College Children’s School covers the
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Oakland Public Library has explored different ways to engage the local community safely at home, including through educational webinars. Hosted by the Oakland History Center, the Fall History Series covered important places and organizations tied to Oakland, and on October 27, 2021, it presented “History & Legacy of
From birth, Jim Graham’s entire life has been inextricably tied to Mills history. He recounts more than 70 years of memories.
The Mills campus can feel like a world unto itself, but that doesn’t stop questions about citizenship from coming through the front gates.
A history class ventured to Montgomery, Alabama, to learn about the fight for civil rights in a place that still feels the aftereffects.
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.
College founders Susan and Cyrus Mills forged strong ties with Hawai’i and educated the daughters of the islands’ elite. Since then, the stories of Hawaiian students at Mills have reflected the unique—and changing—political, ethnic, and social composition of the 50th state.
A historic photo album preserves the impressions of a campus visitor in 1885.