A unique architectural feature on Grinnell’s campus helps shape the College’s culture.
Expert on peace and conflict studies discusses ‘With all the World’s Violence, Where is Peace?’
First-year student Bazil Mupisiri ’18 makes a difference in Zimbabwe and Grinnell.
Watch the New York City’s Metropolitan Opera’s 2014–15 season “Live in HD” in the Harris Center Cinema.
President Kington's 12-week wellness challenge begins.
Learning the ins and outs of campus as a web assistant.
Spice things up with recipes dedicated to dining hall creativity.
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.
Interpret history for yourself using the primary sources in the library archives.