Technology seems to surround us these days...and younger folks are even more likely to be spending hours of their energy online. But what if teens could channel that energy into activism?
Posts published by “Lupe Cazares”
Lupe is a staff writer for The Campanil. She is a senior International Relations major with an emphasis on Latin America. She has run cross country all four years and hopes to be a broadcast reporter for Univision.
After her father was killed by Colombian paramilitary forces, activist Bella Henriquez began promoting diplomacy as a means of peace for her country.
Video of "Dias De Los Muertos." Filmed and edited by Kate Ruprecht and Melodie Miu. In an annual celebration of cultural and spiritual heritage, tens…
Tucked in the corner of the Fruitvale Village Market complex, a former Masonic Temple, sits Nieves Cinco de Mayo. Inconspicuous amongst neighboring shops, a culinary…
As part of Latina Heritage Month, Mills College students welcomed San Juan Bautista’s Teatro Campsino, a non-profit Mexican Heritage Performing Arts Program, to learn about…
Mujeres Unidas hosted the opening reception of Mills College trustee Vivian Stephenson’s photo exhibit Cuba: Beauty and Decay to a diverse crowd on Sept. 3.
Bay Area's Best Dance Crew: Dance Through the Ages, hosted by the Black Women's Collective (BWC) on Feb. 12, brought the Mills and Oakland communities together in the crowded 250-seat theater of Lisser Hall.
Bay Area's Best Dance Crew was hosted by senior Trevina Caldwell, a member of BWC.