Lecture and panel "Decolonizing Your Diet" took place in the Student Union Feb. 5, as part of Black History Month at Mills. (Photo Courtesy of Freedom Farmer's Market)

Expert anthropologist speaks about decolonizing food

Dr. Gail Myers, an expert in the anthropology of African-American farming, spoke alongside four local farmers in the Student Union Thursday, Feb. 5, in “Decolonizing Your Diet,” a Black History Month event at Mills College.

The newest exhibit at the Mills College Art Museum is a collection of photographs and videos, and will be on display until March 15. (Hart Rosenberg)

Mills College Art Museum opens latest exhibitions

The Mills College Art Museum opened its latest exhibition on January 21.

Mills' Childhood Research Development lab offers the opportunity to learn more about their future areas of interest after they graduate. (Maria Aguilar)

Childhood research lab provides language development opportunities

Every week, nine students gather in the Education Complex to discuss research methods for child development and the progress they have made in their studies of childhood language.

NSCS welcomes new members at their introduction ceremony. (Samah Ikram)

National Society of Collegiate Scholars inducts thirteen new members at Mills

Thirteen Mills students were inducted into the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, allowing them to network both within the Mills community and with scholars across the country.

Some students find it hard to stray away from unhealthy food options. (Maria Aguilar)

Students search for healthy options in Tea Shop

Contributing writer Maria Aguilar explores the Tea Shop’s health options available to students.

Bill Issel won the Award of Merit from the San Francico Museum for his research and teaching. (Courtesy of Bill Issel)

Mills history professor wins 2014 Award of Merit for preservation of SF history

Bill Issel won the Award of Merit from the San Francico Museum for his research and teaching.

Photo Couresy of Deborah Berman Santana

September Celebration: Latina/o Heritage Month

In celebration of September’s Latina/o Heritage Month, Mills College will be hosting a series of events including a movie, dinner, monologue, and dance which are open to the public. Latina/o Heritage Month celebrates countries such as Chile, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, and Nicaragua for gaining their independence and honors the history and culture of […]

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