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Class Note: Amanda Page Harper ’09

Amanda Harper '09 and husband standing by the newly cleaned and polish Mills Seminary plaque in Benicia.

We don’t normally share Class Notes online, but with permission, we’re posting this retelling of the trip Amanda Page Harper ’09 and her husband took to clean and polish the Mills Seminary plaques in Benicia. Thanks to her for the info and the photos! After Reunion last year, Amanda Page Harper and her husband Loren,

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A Vibrant, Living History: Honoring the Legacy of 50 Years of Ethnic Studies at Mills

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On October 11, 2019, the Ethnic Studies Department celebrated its 50th anniversary with a student-programmed evening of music, dance, and discussion at Lisser Hall. Here, Assistant Adjunct Professor Natalee Kehaulani Bauer ’97, MA ’07, and former adjunct professor and Women’s Leadership Institute director Daphne Muse share their reflections: Across the Bay Area in 1968, students

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Oaklander: Sarah Perrillat ’76

Sarah Perrilliat is one busy woman. She’s a designer, a poet, a speed walker, a world traveler, a volunteer, and—by the way—she works full time as a psychiatric social worker. After graduating from Mills in 1976, Sarah worked as a counselor for a com­munity-based mental health program. Two years after she started, she was the

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