Editorial

Amid widespread public outcry and efforts from democratic lawmakers, Betsy DeVos was appointed by a slim margin as the 11th secretary of education, despite her lack of practical experience and her questionable positions on educational issues. (Courtesy of Ted Eytan)

Staff Editorial I Trump train hurdles toward vulnerable students and institutions

This issue The Campanil staff discusses the future of education in the hands of Betsy DeVos.

Staff editorial: The donkey in the room: Democratic party flounders to restore base

In this issue, the Campanil Staff discusses the Democratic party and their responses in the past few weeks.

Pressured by Chuck Todd for an explanation to Press Secretary Sean Spicer's false description of the crowd size at the 45th presidential inauguration, Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway coined the now infamous term "alternative facts" on NBC's Meet the Press. (Courtesy of YouTube)

Staff editorial: #AlternativeFacts

The Campanil staff discusses what it means to be a journalist today and how to approach the news now.

Op-ed: DC women’s march

Lily Drabkin shares her experience at the Women’s March in Washington D.C.

The community is pushing for Mills to become a sanctuary school following the 2016 election. (Alexina Estrada)

Staff Editorial: Solidarity is key for protection in pending era of Trump presidency

The Campanil talks about ways that people can show solidarity with those who have been targeted after the elections.

Staff editorial: Mills’ astounding faculty

The Campanil discuss the support the faculty has provided the student body, especially after the election results.

What’s my identity as an immigrant?

Veronica Yasmin writes about reflecting on her identity after the presidential election.

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