Doula event teaches empowerment during birth

A local business came to educate the Mills community about what it means to be a doula.

Cyclone of the Week

Julian Mokgoatsana is Cyclone of the Week after proving herself at the UC Davis Regatta and by having strong leadership on the crew team.

Pick-up volleyball brings afternoon delight to Mills

(Danielle Toriumi) Loke Davis, the volleyball coach, leads pick-up volleyball on Friday afternoons.

Pick-up volleyball on Fridays strengthens Mills’ community.

Women U.S. soccer fights for equal pay

(Courtesy of Wikipedia) The women's U.S. soccer team was the first ever soccer team to receive a ticker-tape parade in New York City in 2015.

Five professional female soccer players filed an action against wage discrimination in the United States Soccer Federation.

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.

Photo By Emily Burian

Mills ventures to Yosemite National Park

Managing Editor Emily Burian writes about the trip that Mills students took to Yosemite National Park.