Lateefah Simon is known locally in the Bay Area and at Mills for her work on gender and queer justice. (Mills College)

Bay Area icon Lateefah Simon to speak at commencement

Bay Area policymaker, human rights advocate and current Mills student Lateefah Simon will be representing the Class of 2017 as commencement speaker on May 13.

Hillman signs agreement with Peralta Presidents. (Courtesy of the President)

EF program departs, talks of Peralta partnership underway

Less than two years after returning to the Mills campus, international language immersion school Education First (EF) is leaving again this June.


FAREWELL | Leaving home…again

News Chief Erin Strubbe her farewell letter as she prepares for graduation.

Just a few of the Mills students using GoFundMe campaigns to raise money to finish their degrees. (GoFundMe)

Strong, Crowd, All Mills: Students turn to crowdfunding to finish degrees

With tuition bills steadily increasing, many Mills students have been turning to crowdfunding to make up the difference between the money they have and the money they need to continue their education.

USEU brings Central American consciousness to Mills

USEU founded its first Mills chapter and has served as a for the Central American community on campus.

The M Center is located in Carnegie Hall, and handles student accounts. (Marisa Tangeman)

M Center errors lead to threats of eviction, student frustrations

Many students are confused and anxious about the M Center’s billing and notification policies.

A light was tipped over and set ablaze during a demonstration against Milo Yiannopoulos. (Marisa Tangeman)

Berkeley protests spark local resistance

The scheduled visit of Yiannopoulos at UC Berkeley was met by outrage across both the Berkeley campus and surrounding schools.

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