(Photos courtesy of Mills College) Under the financial stabilization plan approved by the Mills College Board of Trustees, Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies Vivian Chin (left) has been laid off, as well as Professor of Philosophy Marc Joseph (top right), Professor of Physics David Keeports (bottom right) and Professor of History Wah Cheng, (not pictured).

Mills College announces revised financial stabilization plan

Following weeks of meetings, letters and discussions, Mills College officials have revealed some details of the impact the school’s financial emergency will have on the community. On Tuesday, June 27, the president’s office released a statement announcing¬†a revised financial stabilization plan (FSP)¬†approved by the Mills College Board of Trustees in a closed meeting on June […]

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Mills Commons meeting aims to quell concerns, stirs up more confusion

† The office of the president and other members of administration held a Mills Commons meeting on Mon. June 12 to¬†update and explain the results of the Financial Stabilization Plan (FSP). Proposed by the board of trustees, the plan aims to cut $1.5 million in instructional salaries at the expense of programs, departments and faculty […]

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Mills ventures to Yosemite National Park

Managing Editor Emily Burian writes about the trip that Mills students took to Yosemite National Park.

Concert Review I Hazel English, Elsa Y Elmar and The World, and Tanukichan at Noise Pop festival

The Noise Pop festival event on Tuesday, Feb. 21, featured enticing sets to an intimate crowd.

Kehlani's latest album, SweetSexySavage, was released on January 27. (Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)

Review of Kehlani’s new album “SweetSexySavage”

Managing Editor Emily Burian reviews Kehlani’s newly released and long-awaited 19 track album “SweetSexySavage”.

In an alternate universe, Bob Dylan and Joan Baez would come together to sing about all the justice capitalism has done. (Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)

There is nothing counter-culture about conservatism

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