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Posts published by “Jackie Kennedy”

Remembering Hurricane Katrina

Aug. 29, 2007 marked the two-year anniversary of the deadliest hurricane in U.S. history-Hurricane Katrina. The hurricane killed at least 1, 836 people because of the succeeding floods that were caused by the New Orleans levee system failure. The effects of Katrina have been the costliest recovery and the efforts to rebuild have continued to be a struggle.

Letters to the Editor

Hello Mills Community, As we gather together to remember our sister Tumi, let us not take for granted the time that we have together. Let this tragic loss foster renewed friendships, and support for one another. I also hope that through this experience the Mills community will resolve to make fighting against all forms of violence against women a priority in our community.

Cyclones inspire reform

The Mills College soccer team scored a new goal on March 12 when the National Collegiate Athletics Association voted to expand protection against harassment on the soccer field.

The Writing Center; your write hand woman

After trying to lure students with candy kisses and leave lasting impressions through bathroom literature, flyers on campus have recently been posted by the Writing Center in the hopes of attracting more students. Liz Green, a tutor, says students have not been taking advantage of the Writing Center, located in Rothwell rooms C and D, for what she believes is a lack of visibility.

Students strut stuff for BWC event

The Black Women's Collective held its first fashion show with standing room only in the Student Union Feb. 22.