Students share Slavic customs and food with the Grinnell community in this longstanding tradition.
Faulconer Gallery exhibitions "Beverly Semmes: FRP" and "Siberia: In the Eyes of Russian Photographers" open Jan. 29, 2016.
Historian discusses the history of the soviet space program in “Cosmic Secrets: Soviet Space Exploration, Censorship, and the Cold War.”
More than 10% of a national leadership program volunteers this year are from Grinnell.
Elisabeth Kruger ’06, a Russian major, works with the World Wildlife Fund.
Each year the department sponsors a Russian language assistant. The assistant is usually a post-BA student who serves as a resource for students of Russian and organizes extracurricular activities. The language assistant conducts Russian 200 (conversational practice) and runs the weekly Russian Language Lab, where students are able to do homework, consult with the native speaker, or chat. Our language assistant also lives in Russian House.
Slavic Coffeehouse, Maslenitsa, and Luther College Balalaika Ensemble Concert in Rosenfield 101 on Sat. Feb. 21.
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Mentored Advanced Projects encourage a more holistic view of history.
Exhibition features collages created on all 747 pages of Tolstoy’s famous novel.