Women are frequently not educated about different options for dealing with menstruation and are often only familiar with tampons and pads.
Posts published by “Mackenzie Fargo”
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.
In this week's editorial, The Campanil staff addresses gentrification in the Bay Area, particularly in Oakland, and how it also affects Mills.
In this week's editorial, The Campanil staff reflects on the critique of our coverage of the March 5 silent protest and what it means to be an ethical, unbiased journalist.
The Black Women's Collective held a silent protest at Adams Plaza for two hours on Wednesday, March 5.
Despite the mad dash during her first day of ACP, there were a few things that stuck with Opinions Editor Mackenzie Fargo.
The Campanil staff looks into the controversy behind the Sochi Olympics.
Mills College’s Black Women’s Collective (BWC) has helped plan an array of events that will take place over the next couple of weeks in celebration of February’s Black History Month.