Seniors celebrate tradition at Pin Dinner

Traditions at Mills was the underlying tone at the annual Senior Pin Dinner last Thursday, held in the Orchard Meadow dining hall – at which Assistant Director of Residential Life, Lael Sigal, was pinned the honorary member of the class of 2006. The Senior Pin Dinner is a longstanding Mills tradition. It is the annual […]

UCB Dean on Chinese culture

Elizabeth F. Clayton Reviewing the significant cultural movements in China, Orville Schell, Dean of the School of Journalism at University of California, Berkeley, offered a look at the ever-changing, important modern society. “While I can’t tell you the future of China, I can possibly sketch out the past,” Schell said to the mixed audience of […]

Unpleasant find: rodents in hill dorms

Taylor Conrad After hearing her fellow dorm mates screaming about a rat in the hallway of Ethel Moore, junior Anjali Purkayastha went to investigate the upset and found a live rat stuck to a sticky trap last Friday. Purkayastha said an RA and resident removed the rat from the trap and then released it outside […]

Movie Review: The Exorcism of Emily Rose

For something I thought was going to be “just another horror flick,” The Exorcism of Emily Rose, brought not only an uncanny plot but a slightly intellectual approach that forces the viewer to examine his/her own spiritual beliefs. Emily Rose, an enthusiastic young woman with a close relationship to the Roman Catholic Church, starts her […]

Roberts nominated as next U.S. Chief Justice

KRT Campus With the death of Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist, John G. Roberts, formerly the nomination to replace retiring Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, is now President George W. Bush’s nomination for Chief Justice. Justice Rehnquist passed away Sept. 3, at age 80, after suffering for almost a year from thyroid cancer, according to The […]

Move Toward Dean System

As the college continues to solidify and extend its graduate program, the School of Business and the School of Education will start next fall. The new direction will take the college’s graduate education and business departments and place them into separate ‘schools.’ Professor Jane Boyer, who will be the Dean of the School of Education, […]

Flood Causes Damage to Mills Preschool

Taylor Conrad A fire sprinkler pipe broke in the preschool building of the Mills Children’s School, flooding the school last week and causing extensive damage to interiors, floors and personal items of students and teachers.The six inch pipe broke at 12:25 p.m. on April 14, setting off an alarm which alerted Public Safety and Campus […]

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