Introducing the Mills Pantry

The Mills Pantry is a resource for students who are dealing with food insecurity. It officially opened its doors last semester, a month before the Class of 2019’s senior graduation, but had been in the works long before. During the year, the senior class held a donation campaign to support the pantry and designated the […]

Food policing on-campus

When students are hungry at Mills, they have a few options. They have Founders Commons, the main cafeteria on-campus that provides breakfast, lunch and dinner; the Tea Shop, where students can purchase snacks, drinks and hot meals; and the Mills Pantry, where students who are low-income can access shelf-stable foods at no cost. While these […]

Community Food Resources

The Mills Food Pantry The Mills Pantry opened last semester to assist students who are in need of a resource for food. When accessing the pantry, students are not required to pay for food nor prove their need level and are able to use the service once a week. This serves as an alternative to […]

Health Resources at Mills

Vera Whole Health Clinic Located in the Cowell Building at CPM 14, the Vera Whole Health Clinic, most commonly known as Vera, is a resource available to all Mills students no matter the status of their health insurance. The services offered at the on-campus clinic, including office visits, physical exams, and health coaching, are free. […]

Mills College proposes a smoke and tobacco-free policy on-campus

On April 30, Mills College health services sent an email to students with a draft for a smoke and tobacco-free policy that would result in the prohibition of smoking on-campus. The department offered students a chance to offer comments and questions within 10 days of receiving the proposal. Slated to become effective on Aug. 1 […]

Meet photography student, Anise Aiello

Last year, Mills College introduced a Nancy Cook Travel fellowship that would give photography students the opportunity to apply for a monetary award to produce work that involved travel. One of the recipients was Mills undergraduate Anise Billye Aiello. Aiello’s proposed project consists of a book featuring photographs and interviews of over 100 women around […]

Protest mocks a student’s trans identity

Last week, a student was reportedly suspended from North Pole High School in North Pole, Alaska when she used “excessive force” on a boy who was a part of a group of boys blocking her from exiting the women’s bathroom. In actuality, the boys were staging a bogus “protest” by planning to march into the […]

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