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Mills annual powwow is a community hit

Mills College Weekly Community, family, fun and food were the focuses of the day at the 15th annual Mills College powwow. Dancers and drummers from…

Pulling it all together

You’ve made it through College, and now it’s time to look for a job. Wearing mostly jeans, T-shirts, athletic-wear, and casual clothes throughout your college…

Scorpion King a ‘B’ movie

The new generation of the B movie is back, with a vengeance. “The Scorpion King” is full of action packed one liners and scantily clothed…

Cuban diva captivates SF

Time stopped at the San Francisco’s Masonic Auditorium when the beautiful and magnificent Omara Portuondo took the stage and began sang with the world acclaimed…

View ‘High Crimes’ with low expectations

“High Crimes” is an insidious film not worthy of the sophisticated filmgoers’ $8.50. Packaged as a thriller, a few scenes will send your heartbeat racing,…

William’s ‘Menagerie’ shines at A.C.T

ACT’s production of Tennessee Williams’ “The Glass Menagerie” was stunning in its portrayal of a family on edge and the emotions it conveyed. “Menagerie” is…

Student Union stripped down

Friday night saw bare breasts, bumping and grinding, and free champagne at the first Fetish Ball held at Mills in two years. Although some students…