For Chase Strangio ’04, Grinnell was both personally and politically formative. “I knew I was queer; I knew that I had a critical political sensibility, but I didn’t have any real sense of who I was before Grinnell.”
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When Laura Allender Ferguson ’89 attended Grinnell, the College and the country were on the brink of a massive cultural shift: the computing revolution. Although computer science was not officially recognized as its own major until 1991, Ferguson immersed herself in the... Read more.
By the time Opeyemi Awe ’15 graduated from Grinnell, her list of accomplishments was formidable: senator, vice president for student affairs, and president of the Student Government Association; internships with the U.S. Department of State and a global strategy consulting firm... Read more.