The Grinnell Magazine Online

Online edition to augment the print magazine
Katherine Tucker ’16

The Grinnell Magazine now has its own website: Readers will be  able to access current and archived issues, back to the Fall 2015 issue, when the magazine was redesigned. 

“We wanted to provide another way for our readers to access and share our content,” says Michele Regenold ’89, editor. “It’s an addition to our quarterly print magazine, not a replacement.”

Readers will be able to post comments, follow links to related articles, and interact with visual media. In addition to digitized versions of articles appearing in print, the site will include some online-only content published between print magazine issues. 

According to Sarah Eagan Anderson ’98, director of interactive communications, the decision to go online was motivated by a collective desire to increase access and integration. Not only does an online option introduce The Grinnell Magazine to a broader audience, it also supports increased accessibility for readers with disabilities.

In addition, selected articles will appear on the main College website, to enhance content integration across platforms.

If you’d like to receive an email notification when each new issue goes online, and stop receiving the printed magazine, please email Alumni Relations with “Arlo’s List” in the subject line, and we’ll make the change.

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