Biggest budget to a Black woman director in history for ‘A Wrinkle in Time’

“A Wrinkle in Time” is Disney’s new film adaptation of Madeleine L’Engle’s beloved children’s science fiction novel, and it has been years in the making. Directed by Ava DuVernay, the movie features Oprah Winfrey, Mindy Kaling and Reese Witherspoon, and introduces Storm Reid as the main character, Meg Murry. The story follows Meg, her precocious […]

Submissions still open for upcoming Undergrad Underground show

Undergrads are assembling their works for the upcoming Undergrad Underground showcase of interdisciplinary arts on Thursday, March 1st in the Haas Pavilion from 6:30-7 p.m. or later. The mix will include performances by an improv music class, improv dance, solo dance choreography and screendance videos made in the fall semester. Plus, there is room for […]

Student group focused on drug policies comes to Mills

Students for Sensible Drug Policy comes to campus, the first chapter at a women’s only school.

Activist discusses human rights violations in Colombia

After her father was killed by Colombian paramilitary forces, activist Bella Henriquez began promoting diplomacy as a means of peace for her country.  Henriquez led a presentation and discussion with Mills College students when she visited the campus on Oct. 29. She is a member of Son and Daughters in Memory and Against Impurity, a […]

Fans don fedoras and gloves for premiere of Jackson film. (Morgan Ross)

Fans flock to premiere of Michael Jackson film

Devoted Michael Jackson fans turn out for premiere of documentary.

New film series enhances visibility of gay students of color

This semester students are addressing the visibility of gay students of color on campus by organizing a yearlong film series. Spearheaded by Nia King, a Mills College sophomore and manager of the Solidarity Lounge, the series showcases films by queer and transgender people of color, a group often referred to by the acronym QTPOC. “There […]

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