A Facebook discussion, a suggestion, and 1,500 care packages — alumni support the newest generation of Grinnellians.
Explore madness, treachery, murder, and revenge in Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
Students leading fall alt breaks overcome challenges to provide service and learning opportunities to their fellow students.
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This weekend, Grinnellians welcome students’ families as young and old gather for our annual Family Weekend, Friday, Sept. 27–29, 2013.
Family Weekend 2013 gives families a chance to learn more about the College and town, meet their students’ friends, check out the dining hall, pick up Grinnell gear at the bookstore, sit in on classes, and visit informally with faculty.
Grinnell is a place where students take advantage of every opportunity they have, whether it’s attending one of the 500+ free annual events, performances, or symposia, participating in one of our 200+ student groups, making the most of our state-of-the-art athletic facilities, giving back with skill-enhancing service projects, or enjoying all-campus concerts, films, and social events organized entirely by students. At Grinnell, there is no end to what you can gain from — or bring to — our community.
Midwest Ultimate teams gather at Grinnell for popular annual Ultimate tournament.
Hall wellness coordinator Samantha Schwartz '14 advises students to practice gratitude.
"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.