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In 1992 widespread anger caused by the humiliating treatment of Anita Hill during Clarence Thomas’ Supreme Court confirmation hearing by an all-male, all-white panel of lawmakers ushered in the “Year of the Woman.”

When Jeman Park ’20 and a few friends dreamed up EduPass, technology that helps schools keep tabs on students during unscheduled times of the day, he was just a senior at Minnesota’s Mounds View High School working on a side project.

Grinnell students have many opportunities to develop their entrepreneurial skills. Here are some of them:

Motivations and benefits aren’t always obvious or predictable

Studying in another country can influence your choices, your direction, and your outlook long after returning home, in ways large and small.

ACLU lawyer Amy Miller ’93 helps passionate advocates forge their own paths

Now, years after Grinnell opened Miller’s eyes to the injustices of the world, Grinnellians continue to feed her passion for righting the world’s wrongs.

The entrepreneurial journey in three easy steps

Erin Whalen’s pursuit of educational equity drives the high energy and enthusiasm he brings to his work each day as assistant principal at RISE High, a project-based charter high school in Los Angeles.

If you were asked to name a major Haitian cultural hub, you’d be forgiven for not shouting “Waterloo!” But when Fredo Rivera ’06, who grew up in Miami, first came to Grinnell, what he found surprised him.

Jeanne Pinder ’75 has been steeped in journalism all her life.

The “force” behind The Grinnell Magazine