Mills College is proud to announce a special, sold out screening of DOLORES, a film documenting the life of labor activist Dolores Huerta, on Friday, February 2, 2018.
Juliana Spahr and Stephanie Young tell the Chronicle of Higher Education how female professors and students are affected by sexual harassment.
Mills College Mourns the Loss of Mills Alumna and Former California Secretary of State March Fong Eu ’47
Mills Alumna Meghan Hunt '17 reveals that officers who are hungry and stressed are more likely to pull over African Americans in traffic stops.
President Hillman becomes a founding president of the Presidents' Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration as part of a collective effort to improve how colleges and universities address immigration-related matters affecting their campuses.
A new conference for women from underrepresented groups in technology will be held at Mills College in January.
Mills dance professor Sheldon Smith's world premiere of Six Degrees of Freedom reviewed in the San Francisco Chronicle.
Dancers Sue Li-Jue and Joan Lazarus first met more than 30 years ago at Mills College. They are performing together again, reports the San Francisco Chronicle.
The current exhibit at the Mills College Art Museum includes art by eight Bay Area Korean-American artists.