Jennifer West’s experimental art follows guiding concepts

Jennifer West's experimental art medium is celluloid film. (Wikimedia Commons)

Jennifer West spoke at Mills, as the second speaker of the spring semester in the Art Lecture Series.

Solonga carries the energy in “Allegiance”

George Take plays both the grandfather and the grandson in the musical "Allegiance," about Japanese internment. (Wikimedia Commons)

The ethnic studies department and Asian Pacific Islander Student Alliance sponsored a screening of Allegiance.

Martin Goldsmith’s books are a historical journey as well as an emotional one

(Courtesy of Martin Goldsmith)

Martin Goldsmith spoke about his book on Thursday, Feb. 16 in the first Mary and Tony Bianco Lecture series.

Photo of the week: A Picasso forgery in the Art Museum

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Calli Storrs shares a Pablo Picasso piece in the MCAM.

Column | Threats of deportation provide a pivotal moment for the California justice system

Recent ICE raids and tightening immigration restrictions have raised concern in immigrant communities around the nation. (Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)

Columnist Caroline Berg writes about the realities of recent ICE raids and threats of deportation.

(From left to right) Vanessa Hua, R.O. Kwon, Ashley M. Jones, and Dara Barnat all read at Laurel Bookstore on Feb. 18th. (Photo Courtesy of Laurel Boosktore)

Voices of resistance at Laurel Bookstore

Laurel Bookstore’s Diverse New Voices: Poetry and Prose reading on Saturday, Feb. 18, showcased four authors.

Photo Courtesy: Viviana Guzman

Distinguished Bay Area flutist becomes a voice for endangered species

Viviana Guzmán has been actively engaged with the Bay Area community of musicians.

Concert Review I Hazel English, Elsa Y Elmar and The World, and Tanukichan at Noise Pop festival

The Noise Pop festival event on Tuesday, Feb. 21, featured enticing sets to an intimate crowd.