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2018 Senior Athletic Awards Night

By: Jessica Lin, Staff Writer On May 22nd, Mills Athletic Boosters hosted the annual 2018 Senior Athletic Award Night. All seniors and family members were welcome to join in on the festivities. The night opened with the honoring of all seniors who attended, with each receiving

Maltese President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca Visits Millbrae City Hall

By Steven Yee, Web Manager On Friday, May 4th, Governor Jerry Brown, Mayor Gina Papan, Principal Duszynski, and students of Mills’ International Relations class Michael Dong, Robert Huang, Iris Kim, Vera Koltun, Albert Lu, Annie Lu, and Maddy Wong welcomed President of Malta Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca

Trump Announces Space Force

By Jack Peng, Staff Writer On May 1st, President Donald Trump spoke about introducing another branch of the military called, “Space Force”. “You will be part of the five proud branches of the United States Armed Forces — Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force and the

International Assembly

By Cara Ip, Features Editor On March 13, 2018, Mills held its annual International Assembly to celebrate various cultures all around the world. A diverse group of students performed a set of traditions and dances as a way to share with Mills students their distinct

Zuckerberg Testifies Before Congress

By Steven Yee, Web Manager CREDIT: ANDREW HARNIK/AP/REX/SHUTTERSTOC Cybersecurity and personal information are two controversial topics in the present-day that continue to receive media attention in light of Facebook’s incident with Cambridge Analytica. Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, testified before Congress on Capitol Hill on April 10

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Millbrae BART Station Public Hearing

   On the evening of Tuesday the 13th of March, hundreds of people, including Millbrae citizens, local businessmen, unionists, and others filed into the auditorium at Taylor Middle School to witness a public hearing on the BART station project. This was the second hearing on

Mills Students Join in on Nationwide Walkout

By Daniel Xuereb, Business Manager On March 14, 2018, Mills students participated in the “National Student Walkout” to protest gun violence and school shooting in the United States. The “March for Our Lives” and “National Student Walkout”  protests was created in response to the events

JUULing on Campus

By Leanna Yu, Staff Writer In 2016, the popularization of Juuls (pronounced “Jewels”) spread across the nation towards the younger generations of teens today for its youthful form of rebellion. Although purchasing Juuls requires an agreement to verification of someone 21 years or older, Juuls

Mills High School Debuts “Komorebi” Event

By Hoatson Kwan, Staff Writer Komorebi is a Japanese term referring to the filtering of light through the trees. Similarly, in this TEDx-style speaking event, select orators will shed light on contemporary issues and topics that concern our community from unique perspectives. Come enjoy an insightful

Freshman Think Tank Innovates Ways to Improve Mills Learning Experience

By Rachel Lam, Staff Writer Since the beginning of the new semester, Mills teachers, counselors and administration have been collaborating to brainstorm methods to improve the learning experience for freshmen. Known as Freshman Think Tank, this group of teachers and staff are following a specific protocol