A panel of female professionals spoke to the students at Julia Morgan School for Girls. (Ari Nussbaum)

Influential women speak about courage to empower young women

The Women of Courage Night in Honor of Rosa Parks was held in the Mills College Student Union on Thursday, Feb. 4.

Racial ambiguity and the objectification of mixed-race people

A piece about what it’s liked to be mixed-race growing up and what it really means.

(Photo courtesy of Amanda Edwards)

Letter from the editor 2

Editor in Chief Ari Nussbaum writes her second letter to the Mills community.

Mills remembers murdered transwomen

On Nov. 20, Armstrong, a sophomore, hosted a ceremony for Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR), an international day dedicated to remembering transgender people who have been murdered.

The Transgender Pride Flag was designed by a transwoman named Monica Helms in 1999 and has become a symbol for the fight for trans rights.

Transgender Day of Remembrance: paying respect to lost lives

In light of Transgender Day of Remembrance, Editor-in-Chief Ari Nussbaum reflects on the importance and significance of this day.

Students at Smith and other women’s colleges rally for transgender admissions (Carolyn Brown)

Women’s colleges adopt transgender admissions policies, others continue to rally

While women’s colleges across the nation begin to adopt policies admitting transgender applicants, students at some women’s colleges are still fighting for change.

Atlantis in the Dive Bar tank in Sacramento, California, modeling her original design.

Mermaid sightings in the bay

The NorCal Narwhals, a group of mermaids who swim with silicon tails, plan swims and swim at different events and venues across the Bay Area.

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