Grinnell partners with New York’s Metropolitan Opera to present Massenet's Werther live in HD.
Students from five colleges present on topics from food insecurity and sexual violence to human rights and peace projects.
Award-winning Berkeley professor presents "Immortal Inequalities: Towards a Critique of Futurist Discourse” on Feb. 18.
Improbable pairing of English organist and American percussionist produces amazing music.
Des Moines Metro Opera brings hilarious intrigue and star-crossed love to Roberts Theatre in free public performance.
Set the mood for Halloween with spooky organ music, a dimly lit chapel, and treats. Costumes optional.
"Students have a lot of influence on this campus," says Pooj Padmaraj '13."They're not just going to class." He talks about how his work as a campus concerts coordinator and his religious studies major are two parts of a holistic Grinnell experience in which academics and cocurriculars often complement and reinforce one another.
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The Rosenfield Program in Public Affairs, International Relations, and Human Rights prepares students for a lifetime of civic engagement and connects the Grinnell community to the broader social and political issues that define the world beyond Grinnell. The program enriches the college curriculum by bringing distinguished scholars, public servants, and commentators to campus and by funding student internships. Rosenfield Program activities contribute to Grinnell’s tradition of social responsibility and help to build a lively academic community that links Grinnell students to the world.