Matt Nathanson offers more than music

Mills College Weekly By 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 24, the sidewalk outside of Slim’s in San Francisco was full of people of all ages. The concert was headlined by Howie Day, a young singer/songwriter from Maine. Everyone in line, however, said they were there to see opener Matt Nathanson just as much. In fact, many […]

“Intolerable Cruelty” is punishment for audiences

Mills College Weekly When I arrived at the theater to see the new foreign film, “The Holy Land,” I found out that the times had been changed, and I’d missed the first half. The only other available movie for me to see was “Intolerable Cruelty,” starring George Clooney and Catherine Zeta-Jones. The credit list at […]

Unexpected attitudes

I left Seattle seeking reprieve from the sexist attitudes of young college men. They were everywhere I went: in class, in bars, as friends and acquaintances. Being around men who have not examined their power and privilege, and the costs they have on others, can be exhausting. I thought that coming to a women’s college […]

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