Douching: your health down under

Bonne Marie Bautista Douching on a summer’s eve can leave you feeling more than fresh. It can also leave you feeling an itch. “Being your best starts with feeling fresh … So feel fresh and clean with Summer’s Eve Douche.” This advertisement, prominently displayed on Summer’s Eves Web site, boasts of the benefits of douching […]

food in the hood

Dominique Simpson Full House Cafe, 3719 MacArthur Blvd. Oakland, CA 94619 Open Tuesday through Sunday 7:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Full House Cafe is a 10-year-old neighborhood favorite serving only breakfast and lunch. The 24 year veteran cook, Kirk Roberts, has worked at the Full House for five years and said the corn beef hash, […]

Bedbugs make a comeback

Not too long after Clarice Williams moved into her one bedroom apartment on 13th Aveue and MacArthur Boulevard in Oakland, she woke up itchy and dotted with red spots. Her back, neck, torso and arms were bumpy with tiny bite marks. As she leaned in to make her bed, she noticed that her sheets were […]

The Getty Foundation honors Mills with grant

Mills is one of only 13 Colleges to receive a 2006 Campus Heritage Grant from the Getty Foundation. The $170,000 grant will be used to create a plan for the preservation and restoration of historically significant sites on campus. Paul Richards, director of Facilities, was on the grant committee and helped to write the grant […]

Registration now at student’s fingertips

As each semester's end nears, most Mills students typically find themselves dizzied by the class registration frenzy of choosing their classes, scheduling appointments with their advisors, and staring at the backs of the throng of students ahead of them while waiting in those seemingly endless M Center lines. Not so this semester. According to M […]

Deconstructing racism through discussion

Every Tuesday a group of Mills women meets to discuss and deconstruct their own white privilege and racism. Created in the fall of 2002, the club Unlearning White Supremacy is still in the process of creating a structure for its meetings that is mutually agreed upon by all of its members. Although the club is […]

Students peruse future opportunities

Photo by Dominique Simpson The Mills College Career Fair took place Tuesday, March 14. Held in the Student Union, over 20 Bay Area businesses set up booths advertising both full-time and part-time positions, summer program positions and internships. Among the businesses that came to Mills were the FBI, the Peace Corp, FedEx and Girls Moving […]

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