Rising counseling numbers at Mills reflect nationwide trend

At Mills, approximately one out of every five students will seek psychological help this year. While this number may sound high, recent studies show that college students throughout the United States are increasingly experiencing psychological stress. These days, college students have a lot on their plates, including academic demands, financial responsibilities, exposure to new people […]

Mills graduate student conduct research at children’s hospital

Graduate students in Mills College’s pre-med program are doing research at the Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute (CHORI), from studying the origin of diabetes to the link between low income and nutrient deficiency. Elizabeth Hawley, a second year graduate student, is working in the Shigenaga lab, a part of the larger Nutritional Genomics Center. In […]

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