The wine industry is not known for its diversity. Two Black alums who write about and create the spirit discuss the paths they’ve taken.
Nearly every building project that’s taken place on the Mills campus since 1992 bears the fingerprints of Karen Fiene. Known colloquially as the campus architect (her most recent title was director of facilities, compliance, and sustainability), Fiene first started working on Mills campus projects when employed by the architectural firm EHDD, initially coming on board to assist
From birth, Jim Graham’s entire life has been inextricably tied to Mills history. He recounts more than 70 years of memories.
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.
Strong storytelling and solid research form the basis of the Mills public radio reporting classes. Story subjects—and reporters, too—can find the experience transformative.