Representation of Mills College may not always live up to reality

So here we are-in our own micro quagmire, fighting an epic battle of the sexes, talking again about gender equality. When men and women, undergrads and grads are mixed, individual needs get replaced by the needs of the group. We become a community-a motley collection to be sure, but a community nevertheless; we are a […]

Final drama show to feature Wilde

Mills College Weekly Tonight Mills women will invoke the sordid and eccentric spirit of humorist and playwright Oscar Wilde in what marks the drama department’s final performance of the semester with its production of “The Importance of Being Earnest.” Performed in Lisser Hall and running through Saturday, the play is the culmination of the Rehearsal […]

New club opens curtain

Enter Danforth Hall on a Monday night and risk a chance meeting with Betty Davis or Meryl Streep. Slip into the stadium seating with a hand full of warm buttered popcorn and travel to worlds where women go mad, fall in and out of love and vie for success. This experience is brought to you […]

Eight Non-Profits in TWB

Bay Area Girls Center The mission of BAGC is to empower adolescent girls to develop and express their strengths. Girls participate in courses on backpacking, rock climbing, art in nature, sea kayaking, journalism, mask making, and more. Children Of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere An international organization run by and for children of gay, lesbian, transgender […]

Upcoming Events on Campus

Mills College Community Arts Day March 30: All Apart: Senior exhibition at the Art Museum, 1:00-4:00 p.m. Open through April 10. An exhibition featuring 10 emerging artists coming out of the Mills art department. New Anatomies: Lisser Hall, 2:00 p.m. $5-$10. Playwright Timberlake Wertenbaker explores issues of cultural difference and independence through the story of […]

Poised for War

Mills College Weekly By Shannon Ryan By the time you read this story the United States may already be at war with Iraq. President Bush expressed the United States’ intention to use military action if Saddam Hussein refuses to flee Iraq by today. In a 13-minute televised speech Monday night, Bush issued an ultimatum to […]

Gursky and Klee

Mills College Weekly Imagine an ever-expanding universe contained within a 6’x12′ frame. Or drawings in a museum that actually make you laugh out loud. Those that enter the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, with its current show featuring Swiss Modernist Paul Klee and German photographer Andreas Gursky, will be rewarded with an unusually lively […]

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