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Women In Music Fest panelists celebrate women working in the industry

The second annual Women In Music Festival supported women in the many fields within the music industry on April 5–8 in Oakland. Carmena Woodward, aka DJ Red Corvette, and Evangeline Elder started the festival in 2017 as a response to misogyny in the industry. This year they partnered with more organizations to bring more events and people, including a […]

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Music Masters students host Signal Flow

Staff Editorial: Civic engagement has always been and is still encouraged at Mills

On Feb. 26, President Hillman sent an email to everyone at Mills to let them know that civic engagement is welcome at Mills, and to encourage them to spread this message. Following the recent student activism surrounding gun control after the Parkland school shooting on Feb. 14, Hillman explained that some college admissions offices have […]

Decompress and destress at Anasa Yoga

As busy and studious college students, it’s important to decompress and take a deep breath. Take a break and stop by Anasa Yoga! This yoga studio is located in the Laurel at 4234 MacArthur Blvd., just a mile away from Mills College, making it a convenient escape from an academic atmosphere to one of complete relaxation. […]

Bay Area becomes target of immigration battle

Despite some recent victories for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients in federal courts, the Trump administration’s efforts to increase immigration restrictions and deportations continue, along with local and national efforts to protect and support those targeted by these measures. The U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal from the Trump administration on Feb. 26 to end […]

UCB hosts talk about the importance of Latinx and African American history

On Feb. 23, the UC Berkeley Multicultural Community Center hosted Paul Ortiz, author of “An African American and Latinx History of the United States.”  Ortiz’s recently published book tells the history of the Latinx and African American peoples in the United States through a more critical lens of the way Latinx and African American history […]

New BART surcharge is discriminatory

Starting on Jan. 1, 2018, BART began adding a 50 cent surcharge to paper tickets, meaning anyone without a plastic Clipper card would be charged more. This was clearly meant to encourage the use of Clipper cards, as the BART website states, “Riders are encouraged to get a Clipper card (www.clippercard.com) to avoid the surcharge.” For […]

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