Students Learn About the Natural World in New Outdoor Classroom on Campus

Mills College Weekly Hidden between the trees by the clock tower and the Children’s School, you may find wide-eyed children in a clearing padded with wood chips along Lion Creek. Thanks to volunteers who donated their time and labor over the summer, the outdoor classroom is a way for students from the Children’s School, as […]

Record Industry Targets Students for File Sharing

Mills College Weekly The Recording Industry Association of America, which filed more lawsuits last week against illegal downloaders, is giving students who share music a scare. Across the country cases of illegal sharing are on the rise, some as close as UC Berkeley. The RIAA is going after colleges throughout the U.S. Eighty-nine students had […]

Eating Disorder Awareness Week

Mills College Weekly Eating disorders are on the rise among young women. Luckily National Eating Disorder Awareness Week is here (Feb. 22, through 29). Statistics from the National Eating Disorder Association show that between 5 and 10 million girls and women suffer from an eating disorder such as anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder or borderline […]

Oakland Ballet casts an impression

Mills College Weekly The Oakland Ballet opened its 39th season performing for the Bay Area this weekend at the Yerba Buena Arts Center in San Francisco. Hundreds gathered at the arts center throughout the weekend to see the fifth program of the 2003-2004 ballet season. The turnout was excellent, ranging from senior citizens to college […]

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