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The Spark Tank Innovation Challenge, part of the weeklong Grinnell Prize celebration, encourages Grinnell students to design their own social innovations.
Opal Tometi will discuss the role of technology in the Black Lives Matter movement.
Artists Ligia Bouton and Joan Linder ’92 to give talks at Faulconer Gallery in March.
Letter from President Kington assures all students, but particularly those who may be affected by the Trump executive order and other related policies, that we will do everything in our power to support them so that they can complete their degrees.
Opening January 27, "Crossing the Line" features more than 50 works which connect to current issues of global discourse and reveal lines crossed and repercussions dealt.
Opening January 27, Joan Linder '92 investigates the environmental history of brownfields and toxic waste sites near Niagara Falls.
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Cookie decorating with Art House. Photo: @omnijl '18 A post shared by Grinnell College (@grinnellcollege) on Feb 18, 2017 at 2:19pm PST
Cookie decorating with Art House. Photo: @omnijl '18
A post shared by Grinnell College (@grinnellcollege) on Feb 18, 2017 at 2:19pm PST