Graduating senior Valeska Munoz decided to change her career plans as a veterinarian in order to become a teacher in Oakland and catalyst for social change.
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Mackenzie Fargo is the former Opinions Editor for The Campanil. She graduated in 2015 with a degree in English Creative Writing. She is also the former editor in chief of the Walrus, Mills College's literary magazine from 2014-2015. Tweet at her @m_fargo.
Read what these Mills seniors have to say upon realizing that they'll be graduating from Mills this May.
Check out some Mills missed connections in which anonymous community members confess their longing for on-campus crushes.
In this week's editorial, The Campanil staff questions why Mills isn't tenuring more professors while highlighting the advantages and disadvantages of tenure.
Opinions Editor Mackenzie Fargo asks if gender binary exists and if the options of biological sex are only between female and male.
For the 42nd year, Mills College helped facilitate and host the National Association for Ethnic Studies Conference in Oakland.
Beginning Fall 2014, Mills College will be offering the African Studies/African Diaspora minor.