A internationally-inclined alumna uses theater to put down roots.
Seniors Lane Atmore and Chase Booth receive award for postgraduate study and travel abroad.
Grinnell ranks 23rd among top volunteer-producing small colleges nationwide.
Computer science majors use their skills to help local nonprofits.
Several students in the class of 2017 receive Gilman Scholarships, winning up to $5,000 each for study abroad or international internships.
Bestselling author Wes Moore, a veteran, founder of BridgeEDU, youth advocate, and host of ‘Beyond Belief,’ to speak on work with purpose.
Join Grinnell alumni for a two-day symposium on written communication on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 19 and 20, 2016.
Adam Kempenaar ’97 pursues his passions for sports, film, and teaching.
Rebecca Dworkin ’06 opens up about opening up and finding your calling.
Lilianna Bagnoli '15 is one of 35 young professionals from India and the United States to receive the American India Foundation William J. Clinton Fellowship for Service in 2015.