Grande keeps darkening her skin with a fake tan

Break up with Ariana Grande, she’s problematic

A breakup with Ariana Grande has been long overdue. She wasn’t on my radar until her fourth album “Sweetener,” which just won a Grammy for best pop vocal album, was released in 2018. I appreciated her candid lyrics about her struggles with anxiety and trauma, both themes I can relate to. I was looking forward […]

Photo by Marisa Tangeman

Tips for taking care of mental health during winter

According to Phil the Groundhog, there are about five weeks left of winter to get through. For some, this will be easier than others, as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) affects more than three million people in the United States per year. This is a mood disorder related to the changing seasons. People with SAD feel depressed during […]

Photo by Pixabay

Staff Editorial: Fyre Festival turns up the heat for influencers

Fyre Festival, the subject of two new documentaries on Netflix and Hulu, was a failed festival in the Bahamas that blew up on Instagram based on posts from models and influencers alone. Hugely successful at first, the festival sold out immediately after models and influencers posted about it on Instagram and a promotional video was released […]

Photo by Marisa Tangeman

Brockhampton does not disappoint at San Francisco stop on Iridescence tour

Self-described “boyband,” Brockhampton, came to the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on Nov. 8 as part of their Iridescence tour. “I’m gay,” chanted Kevin Abstract, the band’s de facto leader, along with the rest of the full auditorium. Brockhampton was formed by Abstract, whose real name is Ian Simpson, in San Marcos, Texas, in 2015. The […]

New Disability Advocacy Club is working to make Mills more accessible

The Disability Advocacy Club was recently started to better meet the needs of students with disabilities at Mills College. Originally suggested by Julia Cohen, Director of Accessibility Services at Mills, the Disability Advocacy Club aims to secure accessible technology, collaborate with staff to make buildings and the Mills farm more accessible, and get larger signs for the campus. […]

Nancy Cook Travel Fellowship recipients announced

On Oct. 2, the photography department at Mills College announced that students Anise Aiello, Walker Guinee, Cyrstal Gwyn and Yetunde Olagbaju will receive the 2018 Nancy Cook Travel Fellowship. The travel will take place within one year of the award, and the student may use the money to go anywhere in the world. Each student was […]

(Photo by Wikimedia Commons) Stryker is a leader in the trans rights movement.

Susan Stryker spoke at convocation

Susan Stryker spoke at the 2018 convocation ceremony at Mills College on Sept. 26. Susan Stryker, a professor, author, filmmaker and transgender activist, was the keynote speaker at this year’s ceremony. She was an adjunct professor in the history department at Mills during the last year of her Ph.D. program at UC Berkeley in 1991. […]

« Previous Page | More posts on this subject | Next Page »