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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

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.

Feinstein spoke on Trump administration policies and how to best represent her constituents. (Emily Burian)

Senator Feinstein on defense at San Francisco town hall

Senator Dianne Feinstein held her first town hall of the Trump Administration to a sold-out auditorium and a crowd eager to hear her positions on the current administration.

The Oakland Acupuncture Project offers accessible and affordable alternative medicine practices to the community. (Marisa Tangeman)

Taking a stab at acupuncture

Sports and Health Editor Marisa Tangeman writes about getting acupuncture at the Oakland Acupuncture Project.

Hannah Lu-Way and Maia Zaiee enjoy skateboarding around campus late at night together. (Photos by Marisa Tangeman)

Skate culture at Mills picks up speed

While the culture surrounding skateboarding is becoming more prominent, the number of Mills students finding their place in this male-centric sport is slowly growing.

Just a few of the Mills students using GoFundMe campaigns to raise money to finish their degrees. (GoFundMe)

Strong, Crowd, All Mills: Students turn to crowdfunding to finish degrees

With tuition bills steadily increasing, many Mills students have been turning to crowdfunding to make up the difference between the money they have and the money they need to continue their education.

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