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President Anne Harris: Building a Sense of Belonging
In her own words, learn what motivates and inspires Anne Harris.
The Pillars of Raynard Kington’s Presidency
Examining a legacy shaped by three core values
“It kept getting more intense.”
A storm caused massive damage but proved no match for the power of community
Stories from the Pandemic
As COVID-19 raged around the world, Grinnellians stepped up.
They Moved Mountains
What does it take to ensure student safety during a pandemic?
How to Stand Out from the Crowd
These 13 Alumni Award winners epitomize what it means to be a Grinnellian.
When the Mentor Becomes the Student
The Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program is designed to support and advance underrepresented students, but it is leaving a distinct mark on the professors who mentor them as well.
A Light Switch Went On
How a mentor can make a difference in a student’s life — just ask Sarah Purcell ’92
One of Grinnell’s Greatest Mentors: Joe Rosenfield
A glimpse into his wide-ranging influence
Alumni Care Package: Variation on a theme
In which the “package” comes in the form of a human caregiver.
Internships Help Grinnellians to Launch
For students as well as their supervisors, internships can be powerful learning experiences that help prepare students for careers that matter.
Wanted: Bright Students with a Strong Social Conscience
Part of the series “Internships Help Grinnellians to Launch”