(Photo courtesy of Wikiwand.com) Cosmetic defects are a common reason why produce is thrown away.

Fresh food boxes work to reduce food waste

How often do you think about the food you eat? How often do you think about the food that you don’t eat? The food that never makes it to the grocery store, to the table? According to the Guardian, about 150,000 tons of food in American households are thrown out every day. The National Resources […]

(Photo courtesy of Flickr) Constance Wu starred as Rachel Chu in Crazy Rich Asians.

Crazy Rich Asians delivers on what it promises — frivolous fun

Released on Aug. 15 this year, Crazy Rich Asians grossed over $26 million in its opening weekend. According to Box Office Mojo, Crazy Rich Asians has grossed over $121 million domestically as of Sept. 5. For many, this movie holds deep cultural significance. Crazy Rich Asians is the first movie in 25 years that features an […]

(Photos courtesy of Netflix and IMDB.com) The six main characters messily learned about themselves in Seoul Searching. From left to right, Grace (jessika Van), Kris (Rosalina Lee), Sid (Justin Chon), Klaus (Teo Yoo), Sergio (Esteban Ahn), and Sue-jin (Byeol Kang).

Seoul Searching is almost Seoul food, but not quite

With the recent rise in Asian American creative productions (think Crazy Rich Asians, 88 Rising, Mindy Kaling, Aziz Ansari, Fresh off the Boat and Netflix specials with comedians like Jo Koy, Ali Wong), I’ve been exploring more and more contemporary artists, and I hope this is a rise that will continue indefinitely. Although I’d love […]

(Photo by Flickr) Organizations like Lava Mae provide public shower and toilet hygiene stations in the Bay Area.

Resources to assist those experiencing homelessness

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the population overall of unhoused people at one-point-in-time has dropped from 8,640 in 2004 to 7,499 in 2017. However, the same article says that homelessness is rated as the city’s number one problem by many city residents. As busy college students with loans, debt, classes and jobs it can be hard to know […]

Sam Barnett presenting at the United Nations fourth committee in fall 2017.

Sam Barnett explores decolonization and roots through writing

Writing “Writing has always been deeply connected to decolonization,” Sam Barnett said. “I think that Guam is a story, a story that we learn from other people, a story that we keep telling, and I just want to see that story thrive and have that kind of future.” When Barnett, a third year at Mills, […]

Q&A with Creative Animal foundation co-founder Tim Davison

On April 3, Mills college hosted the Creative Animal foundation’s tiny house behind the tea shop. The house is 203 square feet, Creative Animal foundation co-founder Tim Davison said. He and his partner, Stephanie Arne live in their tiny house. Their website says they are “a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization devoted to advancing education and science […]

What is SAMEAPI month?

At Mills, the month of April is designated as SAMEAPI Heritage Month. SAMEAPI stands for South Asian Middle Eastern Asian Pacific Islander (SAMEAPI) heritage month. This month’s events were planned by the SAMEAPI committee, which consisted of members from the Muslim Student Alliance, Asian Pacific Islander Student Alliance, Mandarin Club, Ethnic Studies Department, the Center, […]

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