A look at Posse Scholars and their experiences at Grinnell.
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.
Iowa State Representative Ako Abdul-Samad discusses “Real Conversation, Removing the Mask.”
Pride Week features: award-winning Russian film, keynote from a prominent voice in the trans community, and the drag show.
Groundbreaking author and transgender activist Janet Mock is the keynote speaker for Grinnell's Pride Week celebrations.
Internationally recognized human rights activist Richard Lapchick talks about the power of sport to address socioeconomic diversity.
Sixteen Grinnell students celebrate women in computing with attendees from 53 countries at Grace Hopper 2013.
Internationally respected professor and scientist Judith Klinman presents a Scholars’ Convocation—After Science, There’s Laundry.
Three international students raised in conflict—in Serbia, Rwanda, and Iraq—reflect on their experiences in a panel discussion.
New faculty put the study of history into dialogue with the wider world.