Managing Editor Natalie Meier blogs about the rain in San Diego and her first two ACP workshops focused on the legal rights of students and the ethics of reporting.
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Natalie Meier is the former Managing Editor of The Campanil. Meier was also the Chief News editor and Opinions editor. She was on staff from 2012-2014.
UC Berkeley is now a tobacco-free campus since Jan. 1 whereas Mills College's plans of creating a "smoke-reduced campus" are now stagnant.
A recent Associated Press story about Preferred Gender Pronouns at Mills have caused an uproar among students, with alums also throwing their hats into the ring.
For the 2012-2013 fiscal year, the Mills deficit has been eradicated, with $864,000 in leftover funds to be carried to the next fiscal year's budget.
The Mills community is participating in the typhoon relief efforts and providing support for those affected.
The class wall mural located across from the Mail and Copy Center in Rothwell was vandalized last weekend with the class's slogan altered in red paint.
On Oct. 17, after 16 days of being on furlough, federal government employees returned to work.