Swim-A-Mile for cancer

Mills College Weekly This Saturday and Sunday, Mills is host to the Bay Area’s “Swim A Mile for Women with Cancer.” The non-competitive event at the Trefethen Aquatic Center raises money for the Women’s Cancer Resource Center. The Mills Swim team has participated for the last two years. This year, said swim coach NeilVirtue, all […]

Volleyball update

Mills College Weekly The volleyball team fell twice over the weekend. Despite battling hard, they fell to CSU Monterey Bay on Friday night 30-17, 30-19, 30-22 and to UC Santa Cruz on Saturday 30-23, 30-15, 30-22. Sophomore Amy Decoux led the Mills attack with 23 kills in the two games while fellow sophomore Megan Miller […]

Cross Country Update

Mills College Weekly Cross Country Junior Claire Abe finished first at the Pacific Union Pioneer Cross Country Invitational on Sunday, with a time of 23:07. Her top finish helped the Cyclones to a first place team finish. A junior psychology major from Seattle, WA, Claire has been the top finisher for the Cyclones in each […]

Soccer Update

The soccer team split a pair of games this past week with a 4-0 win over Bethany College and a 1-0 loss to Holy Names College. Last Tuesday, Mills dominated Bethany College. Freshwoman Claudia Mercado led the charge for Mills with 2 goals and an assist. Junior Molly Shaiken and sophomore Amanda Garcia also added […]

Odd, but cool

For such a bizarre film, “Spirited Away”- a 2001 animated Japanese film recently dubbed into English and released in the U.S.- is very engaging. There are some unforgettable characters in the film including a hypochondriac baby the size of a house and a ‘stink spirit.’ The critters in the movies “Never Ending Story” and “Lord […]

Still searching for meaning from violence

Mills College Weekly Mills students protest the war on terrorism through groups such as Organizing Mills.

Runners fund raise to hike Mt. Tam

The Mills College Cross-Country team is participating in the annual Breast Cancer Fund’s Peak Hike and fundraising $3000 for Breast Cancer awareness. Senior Dee Montero said, “We are fundraising $250 per team member to participate in this hike at Mt. Tamalpais.” “We’ve made a great team effort, not just one person Coach Sharon … common […]

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