Over the summer, Mills College partnered with the city of Oakland for the first time in a project aimed at assisting and revitalizing various sectors of the community.
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In addition to offering AC-Transit passes and the Mills Shuttle, Public Safety implemented the U-Haul Car Share program (previously known as U Car Share) as another transportation option for the Mills community.
Just before 6 p.m. today, a car accident occurred near the main security gate on campus.
Problems with the cost and location of the old ATM, which was located in a Rothwell hallway, led the college to purchase a new machine.
Cats on campus will have a new lease on life thanks to the Free Roaming Cat Coalition, a new program designed to help monitor and maintain a healthy feral feline population at Mills.
The trial of former BART officer Johannes Mehserle for the killing of passenger Oscar Grant incited an estimated 78 arrests on the night of his verdict.
The statue, titled "Power of Woman," was constructed to commemorate the historic Strike that kept Mills a women's institution.