A remembrance of Professor Emerita of English Diana O’Hehir.
A reprint of an article in the fall 2002 edition of Mills Quarterly about Diana O’Hehir’s works.
Student-penned poems from the virtual Convocation ceremony held on October 2, 2020.
Poetry inspired by the pandemic and submitted by Mills graduates. If you wish to contribute, email email@example.com. Shelter in Place Perhaps today is the day the creatures of the earth take it back I miss touching you in the late afternoon, but by nightfall I am grateful for solitude A day to be empty to
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.
Excerpts from the winning submission that earned the 2012 Mary Merritt Henry Prize for outstanding poetry by an undergraduate student.
Selected writings from the winner of this year’s Mary Merritt Henry Prize for outstanding poetry by a graduate student
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