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Professor of Journalism Sarah Pollock

Sarah Pollock enters 30th and final year at Mills College

The year 2017 marks Sarah Pollock’s 30th anniversary of teaching at Mills College. In addition to directing the undergraduate journalism program at Mills, she serves as advisor for the student newspaper The Campanil and also serves as professor in the graduate program in creative writing. Pollock has had extensive professional experience with working in newsrooms as […]

Courtesy of Christine Hyung-Oak Lee

Memory and writing at MFA Alumni reading

Themes of memory, trauma and recovery were expressed in the last Contemporary Writers Series.

The dancers' responses to prompts influenced the choreography. (Courtesy of Shnichi Iova-Koga)

MFA dance performance considers the emotional resonance of movement

“(Un)wavering” took place on April 14-15, and featured thesis choreography by Mills dance department MFA students Stephanie Hewett, Mytych and Yang Yang

‘Libraries Transform’ brought department successes together

The third annual Libraries Transform: Celebrating Faculty Authors event held a space for faculty and staff authors to share their published work in the Heller Rare Book Room.

Building political community beyond the classroom

Graduating fellows Manar Harb ’17, Avren Keating ’17 and Karina Muniz ’17 all presented their work in the Reinhardt Alumnae House, reflecting on the challenges and triumphs of their time as fellows.

The women's ensemble shares folkloric, classical, contemporary, and sacred Arab music with the Bay Area, and came to Mills to do the same. (Photo courtesy of Najib Joe Hakim)

Aswat Women’s Ensemble shows music’s power to share culture

The Aswat Women’s Ensemble (AWE) concert performance, The Woman Power: A Musical Expression of Awe, was the third annual concert.

All Photos By Shinichi Iova-Koga

MFA dance performance leaves footprints in different directions

The MFA dance performance showcased Yawen Zou, Brynn Ogilvie, Erik Lee and Bhumi Patel’s theses.

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