Here’s what you’ll find in the Winter 2009 Grinnell Magazine:
Fertile Soil: Jewish at Grinnell
by Ben Weyl ’07
How did Grinnell College develop such an active and thriving Jewish student community?
Speaking to Ghosts
by Jacqueline Hartling Stolze
Jim Holbrook ’66 abandoned his study of philosophy for the U.S. Army and Vietnam. It was a decision that resonated for decades.
Crimes Against Nature
by Anne Stein ’84
Steve Galster ’84 has worked undercover to expose illegal black market trafficking in endangered wildlife, and humans.
Dancing Through Life
Wedding dance = YouTube stardom.
LEEDing the Way
Green buildings earn honors.
Jewish at Grinnell
Read more alumni stories of their Grinnell experiences, and check out a slideshow of a challah-baking workshop.
Grinnell in Grinnell: 150 Years of Community
A slideshow of antique campus postcards.
An Iraq Journal
Jim Holbrook ’66 shares his thoughts on Grinnell, Vietnam, and Iraq. Check out a Vietnam slideshow, plus Holbrook’s own writings and video,
… And More!