Student performs work that explores dance, Crohn’s, and doctor-patient relationships
Critical thought and passion — that’s the combination that fills Graciela Guzmán ’11 with Grinnellian pride. As an enrollment specialist at a community health center on the northwest side of Chicago, Graciela enrolls people in healthcare plans and educates them about the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
Internationally recognized human rights activist Richard Lapchick talks about the power of sport to address socioeconomic diversity.
Local environmental groups work together in the newly-formed Coalition for Environmental Activists.
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Marsha Ternus, attorney, former chief justice of the Iowa Supreme Court, who taught a class on restorative justice at Grinnell College:
“I think any time you are talking about public policy, it’s good to have all the players on board, because then you have a consistent approach from the beginning contact through the court system.”
Interested in sustainability at Grinnell? Two students are making it easier to find ways to make a difference.
Book sale connects Ghana and Grinnell, helping children who have escaped slavery support their own education.
Experts on land use and conflict converge to discuss urban and rural issues surrounding this important topic.
David Bollier discusses the commons—digital and otherwise—in a roundtable discussion and lecture Nov. 18-19.