Campus News

Grinnell College has implemented some changes in its alcohol policy with the 2016–17 academic year.

Grinnell’s second annual Scarlet & Give Back Day, held April 7, set a new, one-day record for the number of donors to the College.
Carolyn “Kay” Swartz Bucksbaum ’51 wants to expand global opportunities at Grinnell.

Recipients have stellar achievements in the arts, public service, and education.

Among the 2016 Grinnell Prize winners is, for the first time, a Grinnell College graduate.

Andy Hamilton ’85 will become the College’s next director of athletics and recreation, effective July 1. He served as interim director during the 2015–16 school year.

Innovation Fund pilot project allows alumni to collaborate musically.

Since fall 2014, nearly 150 Grinnell College students have volunteered to teach workshops on campus to children from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. 

Bill Ferguson ’75, Gertrude B. Austin Professor of Economics, gave the second annual Grinnell Lecture to his fellow faculty members Feb. 5. Collective-action problems arise whenever individuals pursuing their own interests cause undesirable outcomes for a group. This relatively simple notion applies to a huge array of problems, Ferguson says.