J.Mendel

New York Fashion Week 2014

“I believe that true fashion speaks of an individual’s self-expression and creative thinking.”

Black students staged a protest March 5th in response to the racist comment left on the now-defunct Mills College Confessions Facebook page as well as the culture of racism they feel is present at Mills at all times. Dressed in all black, the students held signs and stood silently for two hours on the Tea Shop steps. (Photo by Melodie Miu)

BWC demands still being answered months later

In response to the BWC’s List of Demands finalized on March 4, numerous services have been made available for Black students across campus.

Refreshments served outside of the "Close At Hand" senior art exhibition for the opening reception. (All photos by Chardonnay Hightower-Collins)

“Close At Hand” Senior Art Exhibition (with PHOTOS)

Before you go see the MFA Exhibition this weekend, you can relive the highlights of the seniors’ art exhibition, “Close At Hand.”

Inside the Oaklandish store. (Photo by Chardonnay Hightower-Collins)

Oaklandish Pays It Forward (PHOTOS within)

Oaklandish, a local chain that sells Oakland-inspired apparel and novelty items, gives back the proceeds from their sales to help the community.

Mayra, artist, holding up one of her artworks. She works and creates at Creative Growth, an art studio for adults with mental, developmental and physical disabilities. (Photo by Chardonnay Hightower-Collins)

Creative Growth Art Center (with PHOTOS)

The Creative Growth Art Center in Oakland has been serving adult artists in the Bay Area who have developmental, physical and mental disabilities.

Models displaying modern-day fashions. (Photo by Chardonnay Hightower-Collins)

BWC Fashion Show (with PHOTOS)

On Feb. 25, the Black Women’s Collective (BWC) put on their first-ever fashion show showcasing fashions representing the diverse black heritage of Mills students.

This spring's Block Party was held at Adams Plaza on Jan. 30. (Photo by Chardonnay Hightower-Collins)

BLOG | Block Party Spring 2014 (with PHOTOS)

Each semester, the Block Party brings together new and established clubs and organizations for Mills students to explore and get involved in.

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