The free, public event will feature live music and dancing; for all ages and experience levels.
Pioneer Weekend encourages hands-on experiences, innovation and leadership skills, and aspiring student entrepreneurs can find out if their startup ideas might be viable.
Singers tour 6 cities in 3 states. Program includes a string quartet, sacred Lenten works and celebratory part-songs.
Seniors Lane Atmore and Chase Booth receive award for postgraduate study and travel abroad.
Xenophobia is not a new issue in our society and the Project Pengyou Leadership Summit is helping to end it. This year, the Wilson Program helped Grinnellians attend.
The nationally known leadership summit creates spaces and promotes movements to help end and fight the institutional xenophobia that has plagued our nation throughout history. It promotes collaboration, inclusion, and mutual understanding between Americans and Chinese citizens.
Downtown location offers opportunities for students to interact with community residents.
Short course let students experience the 2016 presidential campaign up close.
Grinnell students learn how to transform violence and promote peace.
Gabriel Rosenberg ’03 explores the tangled relationships between agricultural practices and the governance of human gender and sexuality.
Family physician, writer, professor to discuss farmacology, health professions, alternative medicine, and diet.