The lasting impact of a student-powered environmental advocacy group
In this Issue
Global seminar merges best aspects of Grinnell curriculum to examine issue of tolerance
In 2017 President Raynard S. Kington approached the Alumni Council with the idea of creating an Alumni Community Cookbook.
How an entrepreneurial classics major manages to do both
Making a living as a comic journalist
In 2019–20, we are excited to gather alumni and friends together for a series of events around the globe, so we can connect and reconnect, discuss, celebrate, and share ideas for empowering Grinnellians.
Q&A with the College archivist
For Campus and Community: The Collection of the Grinnell College Museum of Art
Grinnell students have access to nearly 5,000 more rare books and historic documents, thanks to the College’s recent acquisition of the Des Moines Salisbury House’s library collection that includes first editions and historic documents.
Gregory Gómez ’80 installed his sculpture, “Broken English,” on the plaza of the Humanities and Social Studies Center (HSSC) Aug. 13. The sculpture was donated by John Chambers ’77 in honor of his late wife Jean Chambers.