A new award honoring Nancy Schmulbach Maly’s ’61 extraordinary legacy of leadership and service to the international student community will recognize international students or U.S. global “nomad students.”
In this Issue
Hands and hearts and a specific and rather unique Grinnell connection in the Indianapolis medical community. Hand surgeon Jeff Greenberg ’80 and cardiologist Ed Fry ’79 began a parallel journey during their Grinnell years that continues to this day.
The Grinnell Memory Book's sole purpose is to compile the memories of alums in words and pictures, to capture the experience of an entire 50th Reunion class. David Hechler ’72 explains.
The Betsy Wolcott ’75 Fund for Social Change and Career Exploration has awarded grants to 17 students over the past three summers, providing funding to students interning in ovarian cancer research, graphic design, and interfaith sustainable development, among other fields.
What do the Adirondacks, a poem by Yeats, and six members of the Grinnell College men’s and women’s swim team of the late 1970s, have in common?