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Writers@Grinnell kicks off fall semester program

Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010 9:30 pm

GRINNELL, IA—Writers@Grinnell will open its fall semester program with a reading by fiction writer and faculty member Jeremy Jackson on Thurs., Sept. 9 at 8 p.m. in Room 101 of the Joe Rosenfield ’25 Center on the Grinnell College campus.

Jackson, who teaches fiction writing at Grinnell, has written two novels, “Life at These Speeds” and “In Summer,” plus three cookbooks, one of which was nominated for the James Beard award. He also writes young adult novels under the pseudonym of Alex Bradley.

Adult Community Exploration Series offering free summer courses

Tuesday, Jun. 8, 2010 11:30 am | Contact: To register, send email to calendar@grinnell.edu; for questions, call 641-269-3178.

GRINNELL, IA—Grinnell College will offer the Adult Community Exploration Series (ACES) throughout the summer with courses taught by faculty in political science, English, and chemistry. The courses are free, and registration is requested to assist instructors in preparing for class needs. All ACES classes will be held on Wednesday mornings from 10 to 11:30 a.m. in the Pioneer Room of the college's Old Glove Factory, located at 733 Broad Street in Grinnell, unless otherwise noted.

Requirements for the Major

Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013 11:25 pm | 2013-01-03 23:25:36


Major Requirements

A minimum of 32 credits (not including French 101, 102, and 103), with at least 20 credits in all and a minimum of three 300-level courses (12 credits) taken in the Department of French at Grinnell. Required: French 303, 304, or 305; 312 or 313; and a seminar chosen from among the following: 327, 328, 329, 330, 331, 341, 342, 350, and 395.


History of Russian Film Course

Wed, 2010-04-28 10:55 | By Anonymous (not verified)

Film has a curious way of bringing people together through emotion and storylines of ordinary human issues. Professor Galina Aksenova, a returning Department of Russian artist in residence, shared this interest and dedicated nearly half of spring semester to teaching “History of Russian Film: From Einstein to Tarkovsky and Beyond.”