On April 24, the newly formed Mills Bias Response Team held a community meeting to address the racist note found stuck on a student's door a month ago.
Posts published in “Protest Coverage 2014”
In response to the BWC's List of Demands finalized on March 4, numerous services have been made available for Black students across campus.
Thalia Moore, better known as Jingles, pens a letter about race culture at Mills and being a black student.
In this week's editorial, The Campanil staff reflects on the critique of our coverage of the March 5 silent protest and what it means to be an ethical, unbiased journalist.
A recent racist post on the now-defunct Mills College Confessions page set off a chain of events that’s ignited a rise to action surrounding the culture of racism on campus.
Mills President Alecia DeCoudreaux penned a letter to the Mills community to address racism at Mills and to announce a new task force.
Joyelle Baker's contribution is a shortened version of her original blog post for The Campanil's print issue, coming out on Tuesday, March 11.