Communication

Grinnellians and Innovators

Thu, 2007-03-15 16:12 | By Anonymous (not verified)

Warren Morrow '99 and Max Cardenas '01 are great exemplars of the Grinnell tradition of innovative thinking.

While activism is continually reinterpreted for each generation at Grinnell, Warren Morrow and Max Cardenas are part of a Grinnell tradition of innovative thinking and action that includes such exemplars as Harry Hopkins '12 and Robert Noyce '49.

A Memorable Field Trip

Fri, 2006-09-15 16:12 | By Anonymous (not verified)

Ken Christiansen, Professor Emeritus of BiologyAs I sit in my laboratory, the radio plays "Green Grow the Rushes Oh" and I am swept back in an instant to the summer of 1957 when 10 of us wended our way down to the Chiricahua Mountains in Arizona, where we spent eight weeks at the Southwest Research Station as part of our short-lived C-60 biology course.

Pathology

Thu, 2006-06-15 16:12 | By Anonymous (not verified)

 

 History Professor and ex-College President, George Drake in his Chicago Cubs capIn mid-September of the ill-fated "Bartman" play-off year, 2003, I wrote the following:

The East Street Shuffle

Thu, 2005-09-15 03:23 | By Anonymous (not verified)

 

On Sept. 20, 1975, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band played to a packed house at Grinnell's Darby Gym, virtually rockin' the place down. Amonth later, Springsteen simultaneously appeared on the covers of Time andNewsweek, hailed as the future of rock and roll.

The Strange Arithmetic of Jesus

Tue, 2004-06-15 16:12 | By Anonymous (not verified)

 

September 2, 1990

It is quite appropriate this first Sunday of a new school year to include the word "strange" in my sermon title, especially for new students. You have come here to a strange country or a strange state, a strange college, dorm, fellow students, classes, subjects, all somewhat strange in the dictionary sense of "not before known or heard or seen."

Walking on Water...and Other Risks

Tue, 2004-06-15 16:12 | By Anonymous (not verified)

January 29,1989 In my 30 years of preaching, I have never done a sermon on the passage just read, Jesus walking on water. (Mark 6:45-52) Why? One commentator says, "It's a story difficult for modern readers." How's that for understatement! The miracle story of Jesus walking on water is outrageous, certainly not for reasonable people like us who want a perfectly reasonable Christianity. Sure, I can understand walking on water during a typical Iowa winter when, of course, the water is frozen. But to do that in Galilee any time of the year, that's miraculous!

Mary Had a Little Lamb

Tue, 2004-06-15 16:12 | By Anonymous (not verified)

 

Today is the second Sunday of Advent, the second of four Sundays when Christians are called to prepare for the advent, the coming of God, in Christ in the babe of Bethlehem. This preparatory Advent season ends on December 25, the beginning of the 12 days of Christmas celebrating the birth of Jesus.

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