A Scholars' Convocation: Jonathan Rose discusses a lesser-known side of Churchill.
Metropolitan Opera’s Live in HD season opens with Giuseppe Verdi's "Il Trovatore” on Saturday, Oct. 3.
Kiese Laymon, the second author in this year’s series, will present a roundtable and a reading on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015.
Craig Quintero will travel to Taipei to teach, direct, and study filmmaking.
Two recent art history grads move forward in their post-B.A. professional lives.
Two alums collaborate at local artist residency.
Roomful of Teeth to review, perform Grinnellians’ pieces
Happy year of the horse! A Lunar New Year celebration was held on the evening of January 31, 2014 at Harris Concert Hall. The party was attended by around three hundred students, faculty and staff members, families, host families, and Grinnell community members. We had delicious food ordered from China Sea, wonderful performance put up by various Grinnell students, and fun games. Special thanks go to CSA, AAA, Chinese and Japanese SEPC, SGA, ISO, and all the other organizations and individuals who helped make this such a great success!
Grinnell Singers to perform spring break concerts in Heartland and west coast.
Boston's Marsh Chapel Choir premieres John Rommereim's new mixed choir piece, "And Glory Shone Around."