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Khafre Jay is the founder and Executive Director of Hip Hop For Change. (Dajana Barrows)

FLICKR | 7th Annual Hip Hop For Change

Online Assistant Editor Alexina Estrada and Opinions Editor Dajanae Barrows put together a compilation of photos from the Hip Hop For Change Conference held on April 18.

The flyer of the weeks events was sent out to senior and the Mills community. (Courtesy of Allison Marin)

STORIFY | Senior Week at Mills

Senior Week was held from April 13 to April 17 this year and included the Rubber Ducky race, fundraising, a photo-booth and a picnic.

Sarah Thomas as referee has caused NFL players to question her in the position. (NoteRSS)

STORIFY | NFL hires female referee

Football fans across the nation turned to social media to share their reactions to NFL hiring their first female referee.

The Little Rock 9 Lecture Series on social justice and community issues brought together students and community members.

PHOTOS | Little Rock 9

The Little Rock 9 Lecture Series on social justice and community issues brought together students and community members.

Erica Garner (above) encourages the Black community to take part in the political process and vote. (DAJANAE BARROWS)

STORIFY | Erica Garner speaks at Oakland

Erica Garner spoke in Oakland recently about police terrorism in America.

Editors Dajanae Barrows, Emily Mibach and Ari Nussbaum discuss pronouns and identities in journalism. (Jen Mac Ramos)

STORIFY | Student journalists talk queer coverage

Three Campanil staff members held a session at ACP about how to cover the queer community on college campuses.

Editors Jen Mac Ramos, Ari Nussbaum, Emily Mibach and Fatima Sugapong represented The Campanil at the CCMA Awards. (Terrapin Frazier)

STORIFY | Mills College journalists take home five awards

The Campanil placed in four state-wide categories and one national category this year.

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