The Center for Socially Responsible Business will explore how to harness entrepreneurship to produce social, economic, and racial equity.
Mills College announced today that it awarded over $150,000 in Mills-Oakland Promise scholarships to 23 OUSD students at its Preview Admission Day as part of its commitment to making a transformative education more affordable and accessible to young women and girls.
Mills College undergrads joined Bay Area activists to support equality in healthcare and a woman's right to choose.
The works of composer Ashley Fure, with their unique combination of classical music and electronic instrumentation, were compelling and inspiring, says San Francisco Classical Voice.
The American Library Association recognizes Nina LaCour, graduate of the Mills MFA in creative writing program, with the prestigious Michael L. Printz Award for her young adult novel We Are Okay.
The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) has honored pioneering jazz legend Roscoe Mitchell with the esteemed ASCAP Founders Award.
As part of its spring concert series, Mills College presents a lecture and a concert featuring the work of Ashley Fure, Jean Macduff Vaux Composer-in-Residence.
As part of a series of events in recognition of Black History Month, Mills College presents a screening of Tatia's Story, Life to Death in 10 Hours.
While the fate of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals hangs in the balance, hear how it affects two DACA recipients and Mills alums.
Pregnant black women and infants in the East Bay are experiencing a disproportionate share of negative health outcomes. A recent East Bay Express article outlines the reasons why, and what's being done about it.