Grants: Four Grinnell seniors and two alumni received Fulbright U.S. Student Grants for research/study and teaching English in 2020–21.
Caesar. Isaiah. Emerson. Darwin. Shakespeare. Dante. Homer. Plato. Michelangelo. Goethe. Galileo. For 115 years, these names have stood alone in the limestone of Carnegie Library, inscribed as examples of great thinkers who represented the values, aspirations, and identity of a young Grinnell College.
When it became clear that personal protective equipment (PPE) would likely be in short supply in Grinnell, students, their families, and alumni from China stepped up.
Students flocked to the Joe Rosenfield ’25 Center in February to receive one of 1,304 alumni care packages from all over the world.
Grinnell’s class of 2020 was scattered around the globe for Commencement ceremonies, but faculty and staff stood on the familiar ground of Central Campus to address new graduates.