Exploring international relations and human rights in New York City during spring break.
Whether in the classroom or independently, scientific research offers intellectual rewards.
Award-winning poet and playwright Dan O’Brien on campus for short course and talk, returns in April.
Historian Alan Barenberg explores the history of an arctic coal-mining outpost and the legacy of the town’s forced labor origins.
Sherry considers the fate of “sacrifice” as a category of value in the political, military, and personal experience of the Great War of 1914-1918.
Internationally renowned wind ensemble director leads open rehearsal, seminar.
Jack Shuler presents a free public lecture, “The Thirteenth Turn: A History of the Noose,” on Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015.
Rural sociologist Ben Winchester's visit has been rescheduled to May 4. Updates will be available soon.
Minneapolis' Lyra Baroque Orchestra joins Grinnell College choir for a free March 1 performance.
Grinnell College makes big jump on Peace Corps’ annual Top Schools rankings