Farewell | Creating and Belonging

Arts and Entertainment editor Grace Forrest says goodbye to the Campanil, one of two things that has had the most impact on her career at Mills.


Departing | Dr. Barbara Bowman

After 18 years at Mills, Biology professor Barbara Bowman is retiring, leaving many critical thinkers behind.

(Grace Forrest) "Aunt Sallie's Lament" by Hedi Kyle.

Inventor and artist Hedi Kyle Visits Mills College

Renowned book artist Heidi Kyle came to visit Mills, bringing examples from over forty years of book art.

Electronic Music MFA had a piece performed at the Met

Mills Graduate student Nathan Wheeler composed a quartet that premiered at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Victor Talmadge

Victor Talmadge has worked for 25 year career as an actor, director and playwright, but now he directs his energy towards teaching his students.

Future of Book Art program still uncertain

Although the future of the Book Arts program at Mills is uncertain, the program currently is thriving. There are 12 book art minors compared to seven last spring.

In the Brick and Mortar store at Three Stone Hearth, customers can buy all of the of the staples that Three Stone Hearth sells, but doesn’t make themselves. (Grace Forrest)

Serving the community, one mason jar at a time

Three Stone Hearth, a worker owned cooperative, is providing a place for people to buy pre-prepared food in an environmental way.

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