What did these Mills alums do when they couldn’t find voices like theirs coming out of traditional printing presses? They started their own.
One student’s summer spent writing and caregiving in Faculty Village still reverberates more than 40 years later.
The Mills experience has stirred many a writer to center the campus in their creative works.
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.
Fresh perspectives and new scholarship enliven learning By Pamela Wilson What does reading Beowulf reveal about race? How can the literature of the Middle Ages teach us about the modern era? Associate Professor Diane Cady and her students have been posing these questions—and others—in Survey of British Literature I, a course she recently redesigned as
From the chemistry lab to the writing desk, Lienfung Li Ho ’43 has forged successes throughout her life’s journey. By Sarah Stevenson, MFA ’04 “My lifelong work is still what I learnt in the chemistry building at Mills, but literature has encouraged me to write in my spare time,” Lienfung Li Ho ’43 says with