Anti-cop lyrics are freedom of expression

Music is a way that humans have expressed themselves since the beginning of history. It is an aspect of culture and a melodic way to communicate. Hip-hop and rap music has become extremely popular and mainstream, but pioneers within this genre have not always been appreciated. N.W.A. (Niggaz Wit Attitudes) was a hip hop group […]

A mural of Jose Antonio Rodríguez sits in front of the border fence.

Studying La Frontera Part 3: Victims of border patrol

This article is the third part to a series about the immersive experience of the Mills students who traveled along the Arizona/Sonora border and the real issues that the families and children within these communities face. The writer of this piece was also involved in the trip and while opinions shared throughout the series may not […]

Dangerous trends in vaginal cleansing products

Before the 1970s, vaginal hygiene was not recognized as a subject needing cultural or historical research.  This past societal norm reflected the way American men at the time were uncomfortable with the discussion of women’s and vaginal hygiene. This discomfort can also be seen today in the marketing of vaginal hygiene products.   Through commercials and local ads such […]

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Studying La Frontera Part 2: Economic issues facing the border

This article is the second part to a series about the immersive experience of the Mills students who traveled along the Arizona/Sonora border and the real issues that the families and children within these communities face. The writer of this piece was also involved in the trip and while opinions shared throughout the series may […]

Studying La Frontera Part I: Students attend Operation Streamline

This article is the introduction to a series about the immersive experience of the Mills students who traveled along the Arizona/Sonora border and the real issues that the families and children within these communities face. The writer of this piece was also involved in the trip and while opinions shared throughout the series may not […]

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Larry Magid’s midterm election recap at Mills

On Thursday, Oct. 8, a discussion surrounding the results of the midterm elections was moderated by the Center of Transformative Action (CTA) Community Ambassador and professor Larry Magid. The purpose of the discussion was to review the results of the election and discuss what impact it will have on the future. Located in the Graduate School of Business, a small group […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Mills College Repertory Dance Company Presents: Flux 5 With(in) Reach

The Mills Repertory Dance Company is proud to announce it’s 2018 fall Faculty and Guest Artist concert, Flux 5: With(in) Reach.Mills College’s Repertory Dance Company (RepCo) is gearing up for a unique season of creation, activism, and performance. RepCo prides itself on featuring works by up-and-coming contemporary choreographers. This season features premieres by international Guest […]

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