A roundup of some of the many spooky stories that have haunted the Mills campus for generations.
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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,
Consistent maintenance of the many varieties of vegetation on campus is necessary to keep buildings and community members safe.
The final installment in our Transitions series goes back just eight years to the formation and introduction of the Mills transgender admissions policy.
In the first in a series of three stories, we look at Mills’ origins and the changes that helped make it what it is today.
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
Even at 102 years old, Eleanor Stauffer Neely ’38 still fondly remembers the early days of dance at Mills.
Music binds people together as a community, whether around a campfire, in religious services, or in any other setting. The 1925 Song Book provides a glimpse into the traditions and sentiments of Mills Girls nearly a century ago.