Menstrual cups are an alternative to traditional pads or tampons

Coupe-menstruelle. wikimedia commons

Are you a broke college student who spends money on pads or tampons? While the most common period products are pads and tampons, other products can end up saving you more money in the long run, notably the menstrual cup. A menstrual cup is typically a silicone device that is intended for insertion when menstruating. The […]

The science behind foot fetishes

It can be difficult dating or hooking up with people off campus. Thanks to dating apps such as Tinder, Her and OkCupid, this struggle is somewhat alleviated. We base our judgments towards people only by a few pictures and (maybe) a description. You never know who you’re texting, which can be both fun, and frightening. […]

New basketball club Tuesday and Thursday nights

Here’s a chance for a little competition and to change pace from the studying grind. The brand-new intramural basketball club meets in Haas Gym every Tuesday, 6:30-8:30 p.m., and ever Thursday 6-7:30 p.m. Fun is the goal! Players of all skill levels are welcome to come join a team or to bring a team along. You […]

Herbalist Sage LaPena speaks at Mills

Sage LaPena, an herbalist and ethnobotanist based in Northern California, spoke about native herbalism as a celebration of Native American Heritage Month in the Mills Hall Living Room on Nov. 16. The event was organized by members of the on-campus Indigenous Women’s Alliance, the ethnic studies program, and the race, gender and sexuality department. It was the […]

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. […]

(Photo from Wikimedia Commons) Mirai Nagasu at the 2010 Olympics. Nagasu was one of 11 Asian Americans representing the U.S. in the winter 2018 Olympics.

Asian American representation in the Olympics inspires pride

This 2018 Winter Olympics has been an amazing time for the Asian Americans on the U.S. team. In snowboarding, Chloe Kim at 17 years old became the youngest female to win a medal, taking gold. Vincent Zhou became the first skater to land a quadruple lutz jump in any Olympic game ever. Nathan Chen became […]


Hummus lovers, try this vegan hummus recipe!

When I was in high school, I worked at a fancy wine and cheese restaurant that made delicious hummus. I have committed it to memory as if it were the secret Coca Cola recipe. It’s simple enough to make in your dorm, if you have access to a blender or food processor, and only has a few […]