Anneke Walker Nagao ’87 selfie

Her Perfect Advice

Jan 10, 2019
“From the minute I was first introduced to Japanese in elementary school, my life changed,” says Anneke Walker Nagao ’87. “My whole life revolves around that moment.”
Tor Erickson ’01 and Isabella Kugel ’20 stand in front of wood slabs that were made into a desk that now greets visitors in the new Admission and Student Financial Services center.

No Room for Error

Jan 03, 2019
From flowering crabapples to sycamores, birches, and firs, the trees dotting Grinnell’s campus have served as familiar landmarks — as well as beloved spots to climb, make art, and meet for class — for generations of Grinnell students.
Terian Koscik

Breaking Down Barriers in Tech

Sep 13, 2017
Picture a techie — it’s likely you’re imagining a slightly out of shape young man hunched over a computer somewhere in California, rather than someone like Terian Koscik ’12.

A Pioneering Doctor

Jun 27, 2018
In the late 1960s, when the future president of the American Medical Association expressed an interest in medicine, her high school guidance counselor advised her that women don’t go to medical school. Today Dr. Barbara McAneny ’73 is a nationally recognized leader in oncology treatment, and this June begins her term as president of the AMA, the fourth woman president and the first president from New Mexico.

Human and Wildlife Trafficking

Jun 27, 2018
People are sometimes surprised to learn that Steven Galster ’84 works equally hard to protect both humans and animals.

Start, Scale, Sell

Jun 25, 2018
The entrepreneurial journey in three easy steps

Taking Interns Seriously

Jun 25, 2018
ACLU lawyer Amy Miller ’93 helps passionate advocates forge their own paths