Letters to the Editor

Open letter: Students of Professor of Physics and Chemistry David Keeports oppose his potential layoff

This letter was written and submitted to college officials and the Board of Trustees by a number of Keeports’ students. It was submitted to The Campanil by Courtney Koetz and Hannah Szentkuti. As Dr. David Keeports’ students, we believe that it is our responsibility to inform you all of his limitless passion for teaching physics to […]

Open letter: Reconsider FSP proposal and preserve Dr. Vivian Chin’s ethnic studies faculty position

Dear Mills College Board of Trustees, President Hillman, and Provost Oparah, We are writing on behalf of the Mills College Ethnic Studies alumnae/i/s and members of the Alumnae Association of Mills College (AAMC), Alumnae of Color Committee (AoCC). It has come to our attention that under the proposed Mills Financial Stabilization Plan, the position of […]

Letter to the editor: Regarding Vivian Chin’s proposed layoff

I am writing to protest the layoff of tenured professor Vivian Chin. Vivian is more than a professor at Mills; she is a knowledgeable, talented and valued teacher and an invaluable resource, warm and inclusive, for all students. Vivian was one of my child’s favorite professors. Vivian taught several courses she attended, and was a […]

Politically disenchanted? More reason to vote

Associate professor of Art History Meryl Bailey writes to the editor in regards to a past staff editorial on voting third party.

Letter to the editor: Proposed Oakland soda tax would benefit public health

Robin Dean writes a letter to the editor to talk about Measure HH and The Campanil’s staff editorial about it.

An Open Letter to San Francisco Magazine from Mills Administration

President DeCoudreaux responded in a letter to a recent article in the San Francisco Magazine.

Letter to the Editor

Alumna Kathleen Seabolt found the future president of Mills, Elizabeth Hillman, inspiring.

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