(The Crest, 1972)

A Few of Mills’ Most Beloved Then & Now: Robert Anderson

Affectionately known as “Dr. Bob,” Robert Anderson has been a member of  Mills College’s faculty since 1960 as the professor of Anthropology and Sociology.

Then (The Crest, 1970)

A Few of Mills’ Most Beloved Then & Now: Bertram Gordon

If you ever have a question regarding the history of Mills College (or the history of anything, really), Bertram Gordon is the man you should turn to.

(Sophia Colmenarez)

Notable Graduate: Alana Ortiz

Our grads: see where they’re going! Alana Ortiz is set to join a dance company in New York City upon graduating from Mills.

Senior student athletes receive sashes for graduation from their coaches.

Student athletes shine during sports awards banquet

Mills student athletes and APER staff gathered in a transformed gymnasium to celebrate the athletic leadership accomplishments of our Cyclones.

Support your Cyclone teams at upcoming games!

Find out when and where the Mills tennis and rowing teams will be competing.

Sophomore Amanda Ridley exhibits the hard work she puts in (and off!) the water. (Kurt Loeffler)

Cyclone Spotlight: a reflection from the coaches

Amanda Ridley from the crew team and Phoebe Minette from the tennis team are praised by both their coaches for their hard work and focus.

Taylor Lim and Kendall Anderson at the first meeting. (Kai’ja Flolo)

Students desire an outlet for body positivity

First-year Kendall Anderson founded Mills College’s Body Positivity Group as a reaction to Mills’ current lack of resources and support offered for students with body image issues and disorders.

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