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We're a residential college, so you’ll be spending a lot of time living with and getting to know other Grinnellians. Our residence halls are grouped on three sides: North Campus, South Campus, and East Campus. The residence halls all have their own quirks and bonuses, but all...

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At Grinnell, we want to make it easy for you to make healthy choices. From fun workout classes to food, we’ll give you lots of great options — and the resources to look for more. Staying Active Sixty percent of Grinnell students join either varsity or club sports teams, but you...

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  Grinnell College's Sam Calisch '10 (pictured) has won the prestigious Roy W. LeClere Award winner for academic excellence. The award goes to the Midwest Conference male student-athlete who had the highest grade point average during his junior year while lettering in at least...
  Gary Kahn '09, an All-Midwest Conference South Division pitcher for Grinnell College who now plays baseball overseas, is featured on the D3baseball.com Web site (Click here for Web site). Kahn, from Cooper City, Fla., plays for the Karlskoga Bats of the Elitserien League in...
The Grinnell College women's cross country team is back on top in the Midwest Conference. The Pioneers, who had won four league titles in a row before surrendering the crown last year, emerged victorious at the 2009 MWC Championships Saturday at Rock Cut State Park in Loves Park...
The Grinnell College softball team narrowly missed making the Midwest Conference Tournament last season. But with a combination of experience and youth, the Pioneers are hoping to get over that hump in 2010. “Making the Midwest Conference Tournament is definitely a realistic...
Grinnell College’s Sam Raife ’10 (pictured), from Des Moines, Iowa (Roosevelt), has been named the Midwest Conference Men’s Tennis Performer of the Week. Due to injuries, Raife played up two spots over the weekend and still went a perfect 6-for-6, winning three singles matches...