George Drake ’56 has filled many roles at Grinnell: student, athlete, intern, sabbatical replacement, soccer coach (sort of), trustee, College president, and, perhaps most importantly, teacher.
No one on campus had seen the granite boulder known as the Peace Rock in its entirety since April 25, 1914.
Seven thousand miles from Iowa, I sit around a table of Grinnellians and stare down at the bowl that has just been placed beside our bubbling hotpot.
Sue Ratcliff Drake ’58, a native Minnesotan, graduated from a high school class of nearly 450 students. She didn’t know half her classmates, so she wanted something smaller.
A small collection of images captured by Justin Hayworth, College photographer and videographer during the recent Global Learning Program trip to China.
Grinnell women made the most of their athletic options in the ’50s and ’60s
What Grinnell course would you take if you could?
A year at the Conard Environmental Research Area
A student’s passion for and instrument inspires an unusual research experience.
Life Satisfaction in the New Millennium Still Requires that we Know Ourselves Best
Grinnell Prize Winners Empower Next Generation of Social Justice Innovators
The Spark Tank Innovation Challenge, part of the weeklong Grinnell Prize celebration, encourages Grinnell students to design their own social innovations.