Curriculum Changes

Future of Book Art program still uncertain

Although the future of the Book Arts program at Mills is uncertain, the program currently is thriving. There are 12 book art minors compared to seven last spring.

DeCoudreaux says the college is working to stay on track with the 2013-2018 strategic plan. (Campanil Archives)

Administration tries to quell curriculum issues

On Nov. 17, The Campanil sat down with Sabrina Zirkel, President Alecia DeCoudreaux, Kathleen Burke and Sharon Washington to address some questions.

The Take Back Mills Rally created a space for the Mills community to come together and allow everyone to make their voices heard in regards to the curriculum changes. ( Laura Elizarraras)

STORIFY | Take Back Mills Rally creates space for people to voice their thoughts

The Take Back Mills Rally brought a crowd of people in front of Mills Hall to make their voices heard on November 18.

The Take Back Mills Rally brought together students and faculty from all departments. (Laura Elizarraras)

FLICKR | Take Back Mills Rally creates space for Mills community members

The Mills community came together in front of Mills Hall on November 18 for the Take Back Mills Rally put together by students and adjuncts.

Letter from Sheldon Smith, Head of the Dance Department

Head of the Department of Dance and Theater Studies, Sheldon Smith, shares an open letter with the Mills students.

Board of Trustees meeting with students and adjuncts on November 13

Students and adjunct protested after they were no longer invited to the meeting with the Board of Trustees.

Students and adjuncts protested outside the Board of Trustees Meeting on November 13 after being told they could no longer participate. (Alexina Estrada)

STORIFY | Board of Trustees Meeting on Nov. 13

This Storify recaps the protest at the Board of Trustees meeting on November 13.

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