by Sam Dunnington, '14
Originally, I planned to post pictures of what Grinnell looked like in winter prior to the paved walkways that now criss-cross central campus. The area between ARH, Burling and Noyce was a giant mudpit during the late fall and early spring. However, I think everyone is a little winter-weary at this point, so I've grabbed some photos from sunnier times instead. Hold on strong!
Below, three students cross the patio in front of ARH in 1985.
A tree leafs out in front of ARH. Is this tree still standing? I can't picture it.
Two students relax somewhere on central campus in 1982. Notice the lack of dirty piles of snow, their relaxed demeanor, their smiling faces. So close...
If you've still got the winter blues, come visit the archives! It's warm down here, and we have plenty more photos of Grinnell in nice weather.