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Honeybees’ departure not so sweet

Despite their small size, honeybees are essential contributors to the human food chain. Their gentle hum does not boast the important process they are quietly performing. As they carry pollen from one flower to the next, they are allowing wild plants, gardens and farm crops to flourish.

Task force poses new policy

A task force of faculty, staff and students is constructing a new and improved grievance policy this year, hoping to bridge the gap between Mills' students and its administration.

The Grievance Process Task Force was formed last fall at Dean of Students Dr.

Crafters wanted: Crafter’s Collective seeks membership

By Emiko Shimabukuro

The Crafter's Collective hopes to increase attendance at their weekly meetings by reaching out to fellow students with an open-armed, just-for-fun attitude as they prepare for the Craft Fair this month and encourage the expansion of long-term memberships.

Students unaware of health resources

As the annual wave of flu and colds infects the Mills College campus, Mills College's Health Director and her team offer discussions, outreach and support to make sure that all students know that there are basic health resources available to everyone at Mills, waiting to be taken advantage of.

Cleaning house: housekeeping services dumped

This year, Housing Management and Dining Services cut housekeeping services in independent living residences, leaving students with unanswered questions, bigger bills and no compensation. Last year, Mills provided Ross House and Larsen House weekly housekeeping services.