“As We Remember Them” brings together singers from the College and its neighboring communities to perform songs of remembrance.
Students in Museum Studies give visitors a chance to ask questions and learn more about works in the Faulconer Gallery's Wunderkammer exhibit.
Explore madness, treachery, murder, and revenge in Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
Panel leads talk about one of the most influential books of the 20th century.
Religious studies expert Jeffrey Kripal talks about superheroes, religion, and the paranormal.
We are very proud of our alumni! Our majors go on to work in architecture, arts management, community service, development, education, law, and museums and galleries—or physics, computer science, and economics. Those pursuing advanced degrees in art history have a brilliant track record. In recent years our alumni have been (or are) graduate students at the most prestigious academic institutions (UC Berkeley, Bryn Mawr, the Courtauld, Duke, Penn, Stanford, UCLA, Williams, and Yale, to name a few).
Grinnellians traveled to Taiwan to work with renowned poet Hsia Yu and Taiwanese actors in an international theatre production.
Students bring Margaret Edson’s Pultizer-wining play Wit to Flanagan Oct. 10-13.
Srinivas Aravamudan’s varied interests bring richness to his explorations of contemporary issues on Oct. 9.