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President Anne Harris: Building a Sense of Belonging
In her own words, learn what motivates and inspires Anne Harris.
The Pillars of Raynard Kington’s Presidency
Examining a legacy shaped by three core values
“It kept getting more intense.”
A storm caused massive damage but proved no match for the power of community
Stories from the Pandemic
As COVID-19 raged around the world, Grinnellians stepped up.
They Moved Mountains
What does it take to ensure student safety during a pandemic?
How to Stand Out from the Crowd
These 13 Alumni Award winners epitomize what it means to be a Grinnellian.
A Light Switch Went On
How a mentor can make a difference in a student’s life — just ask Sarah Purcell ’92
One of Grinnell’s Greatest Mentors: Joe Rosenfield
A glimpse into his wide-ranging influence
Alumni Care Package: Variation on a theme
In which the “package” comes in the form of a human caregiver.
Internships Help Grinnellians to Launch
For students as well as their supervisors, internships can be powerful learning experiences that help prepare students for careers that matter.
Wanted: Bright Students with a Strong Social Conscience
Good Help Is Hard to Find
Imagine you’ve been working in Paris for several years, but now your job is ending. Where would you go next? And would the state of Iowa be at the top of your list?