Graduating Campanil staff say their final goodbyes: Elizabeth Rico

Since graduating Copy Chief Elizabeth Rico hates saying goodbyes, she’ll make her farewell letter short and sweet.

Photo Courtesy of Helen Walter

Q&A with Dr. Helen Walter: The Scientist and Educator

Dr. Helen Walter, Assistant Professor in the Biology Department, shares her experiences as a member of the Mills community.

Student Voices: Student News needs an upgrade

Elizabeth Rico believes that the Mills’ automatic email subscription Student News has trouble reaching students and needs a makeover.

STAFF BLOG | A happier life path thanks to mistakes

Elizabeth Rico began her collegiate career with aspirations of becoming a doctor. Now? That’s not necessarily the case.

Meditation labyrinth built outside chapel

As you enter the courtyard between the chapel and the music building, you are met with a circular pattern drawn in chalk on the gravel floor. The world grows a little more still as the rest of campus melts away. All that’s left is you and the rustling of leaves as squirrels leap from branch […]

Arab spring and global uprisings

On April 10, as part of South Asian Middle Eastern Asian Pacific Islander (SAMEAPI) Awareness Now!, the Muslim Student Alliance hosted a panel about the Arab Spring, the wave of revolutionary uprisings in the Arab world beginning in 2010. Guest speakers included Laila El-Sissi, author of Out of Alexandria, Fred Lawson, professor and department head […]

Presidential race: Campaign ads aim to shock voters with insane imagery

With Pokemon songs being sung at rallies and candidates boosting the sales of Etch-A-Sketches, this year’s GOP nominee race is sure to go down in history as one of the most bizarre. Things only get stranger once candidates themselves make the ad. On March 23 Rick Santorum released the most unconventional ad by far in […]

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