Columns

Art used as a way of emphasizing indigenous land as an ancestor in itself. (Courtesy of Fanai Castro)

Fanohge Chamoru: Decolonization on Guam, one of the world’s last colonies

As a native Chamoru from the Pacific Island of Guahan (Guam), militarization is intimately woven throughout Assistant Arts and Entertainment Editor Sam Banett’s family history and present day experiences.

Life as a grad student: Not for the faint of heart, but well worth the effort

Chad Luz writes about their experience as a graduate student at Mills.

What does it cost to call Mills home?

Staff columnists Caroline Berg writes about housing at Mills.

(Dani Toriumi)

FINDING MYSELF BEFORE LEAVING MILLS| I am Latina

In her last column, Online Editor Alexina Estrada, writes to thank those who have made a difference in her experience at Mills and what she has learned about herself.

Yellowface in major motion pictures: been there, still doing that

Arts and Entertainment Editor Calli Storrs talks about yellow face in large motion pictures today.

(Dani Toriumi)

FINDING MYSELF BEFORE LEAVING MILLS| Post-Graduation Fears

In this installment of her column, Online Editor Alexina Estrada talks about her fears about post graduation.

(Dani Toriumi)

FINDING MYSELF BEFORE LEAVING MILLS| Learning about myself in classes

Online Editor Alexina Estrada talks about how classes at Mills have helped mold her identity.