February 28, 2014
Professor profiles Arab feminist dissent
In her new book, Dissident Writings of Arab Women: Voices Against Violence, Professor of French and Francophone Studies Brinda Mehta examines various literary genres in which Arab women have questioned or protested social injustice.
February 26, 2014
San Francisco Chronicle features Art Museum show
Artist Anne Colvin, whose moving image installation is now on display at the Mills College Art Museum, was interviewed about her work in the show, The Shape of a Pocket: Anne Colvin and Margaret Tait.
February 22, 2014
Computer science professor seeks gender balance
Google researcher Ellen Spertus persists in her efforts to bring more women into the computing field. While on sabbatical from Mills, she is working on a Google project to make programming more accessible to newcomers, including women.
February 4, 2014
Mills to expand STEM teacher force
The Mills College School of Education has been selected to partner with 100Kin10, a national network
of organizations committed to preparing 100,000 science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) teachers by 2021.
Molly Maguire '04 praised for her second album
Bike, Maguire’s follow-up to her 2010 debut, Naked, "is the kind of sweetly smart album that would make perfect listening with a cup of tea and a warm fire on a gray day."
Marin Independent Journal, February 13, 2014
Percussionist Shayna Dunkelman '07 discusses her creative process and musical palette
From her experiences with William Winant as a Mills student, to her relocation to New York, Dunkelman recounts her evolution as a performer, multi-percussionist, and collaborator with independent artists.
Tom Tom Magazine, January 17, 2014
Op-ed by Lynsey Clark '04 calls for help for sexually exploited children
Clark presents the case for legislation that would expand child welfare services to young victims of child trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation.
www.sfgate.com, January 5, 2014
Screenwriter Tasha Huo '04 wins script deal from Warner Brothers
Huo, an assistant with Universal Studios, is the first screenwriter to be chosen through Warner's partnership with The Black List to discover new writing talent in underserved demographics.
Deadline Hollywood, December 18, 2013