New student group makes a big impact for the food insecure.
The lasting friendship of two students from opposite sides of the world
Jen Brooks ’15 sits in a yoga-like pose on a blue gymnastics mat on the floor of her bedroom in Lazier Hall. She faces a wide-screen Mac on a table about 4 inches off the floor. Flowers and 21st birthday cards decorate the nearby windowsill.
Using a joystick and a separate switch that works like a mouse button, Brooks opens a reading assignment for a sociology class. A male computer voice reads quickly — Brooks could slow it down, but she likes it fast. As the voice reads, the text is highlighted in yellow on the screen.
Grinnellians mingle freely at student-run campus watering hole.
You’re a high-achieving student with big dreams. You can do this.
Students who stay in Grinnell over the summer experience the vibrant small town in a new way.
Grinnell’s only required course for all students — what it is, what you learn, how you choose.
This family helps species and fights climate change
Megan Goering '08 went from Kansan to San Franciscan by way of Grinnell.
Psychology students developed a program to help prevent adolescent obesity in the community.