Madeline Albright speech leaves audience with a few unanswered questions

Standing barely over five feet tall at a wooden podium in “a clean, well lighted bookstore” in San Francisco, former Secretary of State Madeline Albright spoke to a crowded room of supporters eagerly awaiting to hear her speak about her new book Madam Secretary, A Memoir. After I waited for almost two hours with a […]

Around Campus

Mills College Weekly April 11-17 are Relationship and Sexual Violence Awareness days. The following events will take place at Mills, free of charge: April 11: n Distribution of cards and ribbons. 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Tea Shop. April 15: n The Closeline Project. 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Adam’s Plaza. n […]

Activist shares new book

Mills College Weekly Eleanor Holmes Norton, congresswoman for the District of Colombia visited on March 27 and spoke about her beliefs and her new biography, Fire in My Soul, at the Mills chapel. Norton is in her sixth term in the House of Representatives where she is known to be an avid fighter for social […]

Students hit the streets

Joining what was labeled across the United States as the epicenter of a nationwide protest against war with Iraq were a number of Mills students. Believing that their voices and opinions should be heard regardless of the consequences, some Mills women were arrested for blocking intersections on Market at First Street and Sansome Street. Plans […]

Mills mourns loss of Davis

Mills College Weekly Gathered together in the P-E-P lounge in Mills Hall, colleagues, students and friends attended a prayer service in memory of English professor Amanda Davis who died in a plane crash on March 14. Accompanying Davis in the crash was her mother Francie Davis and her father James Davis, who was piloting the […]

administration should also feel the pinch of future budget cuts

In our recessed economy, universities and colleges are having to enforce dramatic budget cuts. Liberal arts colleges across the United States are tightening their belts- slashing courses and professors. However, other institutions’ budget plans include bigger cuts to administration over faculty. Albertson College in Idaho is a liberal arts college facing a $2.1 million cut […]

Doria Roberts at Mills

Mills College Weekly Doria Roberts performed to an excited crowd at the Student Union last Friday. Opening for Roberts was Mills’ own Leyna Tilbor.

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