At Grinnell, it’s not either this passion or that — it’s both.
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.
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