Metropolitan Opera’s Live in HD season continues with Giuseppe Verdi's “Otello” on Saturday, Oct. 17.
A Scholars' Convocation: Jonathan Rose discusses a lesser-known side of Churchill.
Special Collections and Archives Item of the Week
Join the anthropology department and dean's office in a celebration of Tapias’ newest publication.
Hydro-science and Engineering Expert Hagen to Speak on Climate Change, Midwestern Agriculture, and the Dead Zone in the Gulf of Mexico
The mission of Meskwaki Food Sovereignty Initiative (MFSI) is to secure food sovereignty by seeding, growing, and harvesting Meskwaki indigenous knowledge and life-ways. Join MFSI staff and volunteers on tours of the Red Earth Gardens, Meskwaki Elder Garden, Meskwaki Settlement School Garden to learn about community-based education and outreach around food system control and development of sustainable local farms and farmers. Bus space is limited; please RSVP to grahamj[at]grinnell[dot]edu by Monday, September 28.
Juliet Bellow, “Working Simultaneously: Robert and Sonia Delaunay and the Ballets Russes”
Julia Randel, “Pas de deux of music and dance: Balanchine’s Stravinsky ballets”
The Center for Humanities will have an election to add new members to its Advisory Board on Thursday, October 1, 4:15 p.m., at Macy House. This is also a great occasion to give us feedback on Center events, share your ideas about what you would like to see this coming year and the next, and for us to talk briefly about upcoming Center programs.
Peter Coyote '64, an Emmy Award-winning narrator and accomplished actor and author, presents "Intention: The Only Force on Earth We Can Control" on Oct. 1.