YVONNE PAYNE DANIEL, MA ’75, DISTINGUISHED ACHIEVEMENT Yvonne Payne Daniel is a world-renowned scholar in the fields of dance studies and Caribbean and African diaspora studies, with myriad achievements too extensive to capture. After receiving her MA in dance from Mills, Daniel went on to receive another MA and a PhD from UC Berkeley in anthropology.
It was an emotional and joyful affair as alumnae ranging from the classes of 1952 to 2022 gathered on the Mills campus from October 6–9 for Reunion 2022. In addition to annual activities such as professor lectures, campus tours, and class dinners, several new programs were introduced this year—including the reinvention of a Mills tradition in which alums carried lanterns
Candid and class photos from Reunion 2021. From September 23–26, we celebrated a triumphant return to campus for Reunion 2021! See more photos at facebook.com/millscollegealumnae. Photos by Dana Davis, Alli Novak, and Teresa Tam. Class Photos
Joan Millar Lincoln ’66, Distinguished Achievement Following Joan’s musical studies with Darius Milhaud and Morton Subotnick at Mills, she went on to teach music at Simon’s Rock. She and her husband, Albert Lincoln III, then immigrated to France, where she nurtured their first child and traveled and performed as a bilingual folk singer. Starting in 1972, the Lincolns spent 11 years in the
Multigenerational friendships among Millsies are so common that a recent graduate already carries several with her as she departs the College.
Going virtual didn’t stop many alumnae from gathering to commemorate Reunion 2020.
Candid and class photos from Reunion 2019.