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Concerned Black Students’ 50-year history at Grinnell College

Zander: Inspiration’s a real thing. If I get it at home, I’ll try to write it out or sketch it out, but you can’t do a whole comic on inspiration alone.

Changing your career can be challenging or exhilarating or, for many people, much too scary to contemplate. We may feel stuck or unwilling to change because of finances or geography.

Student research opportunities at Grinnell are abundant and diverse.

While Grinnell College has a long and intentional history of encouraging participation and advocacy on public issues, the national significance of Iowa’s political party caucuses is relatively recent and quite accidental.

In the globally competitive job market, quality summer internships markedly differentiate college graduates.

When Brian Vicente ’99 graduated from law school, some of his professors told him that the field of marijuana policy would be career suicide. Instead, Vicente turned it into a career path.

At 89, Georgia Dentel’s recall for conversations with people 50 years ago is clear and eloquent, much like her voice.