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Posts published by “Diana Arbas”

Diana served The Campanil as Chief News Editor (Spring 2012) and Assistant News Editor (Spring 2011 and Fall 2011). She graduated from Mills College at the end of Spring 2012 with a degree in English (Creative Writing emphasis) and a journalism minor. She will continue on at Mills as a fifth-year student in the 4+1 Teacher Prep program and earn her teaching credential and education master's degree by May 2013.

You're welcome to interact with Diana on Twitter @DianaArbas.

Student voices welcome on policy changes

Mills College students issued a call for transparency and a voice in campus decisions following unexpected staff layoffs last semester. At the beginning of this…

BREAKING NEWS | Student reports sexual assault

A Mills student reported that a non-student sexually assaulted her in the residential community, according to an email to all students from Dean of Student…

Oakland targets deadly districts

City of Oakland and OPD representatives explained the 100-Block Strategy Plan to East Oakland residents and neighborhood watch leaders at a public safety meeting.

Oakland-born activist honored

January 30 was the second annual celebration of Fred Korematsu Day, the first day in the United States named after an Asian American. Fred Korematsu…

In memory of Warren Hellman

Twenty two years ago students expressed outrage when then-Mills College Board Chair Warren Hellman announced the infamous decision to go co-ed. Today Mills mourns his death and remembers him as a generous, fun and eccentric man; an important part of the institution's history.