Results from Inaugural Grinnell College National Poll

The political poll, conducted by nationally-renowned pollster J. Ann Selzer, examines voter attitudes in the run-up to the 2018 midterm elections.

Faulconer Gallery to Feature ‘En Voyage: Hybridity and Vodou in Haitian Art’

Jan 05, 2018
The exhibition, curated by nine Grinnell College students, opens on Thursday, Jan. 25 and includes prominent works by Haitian American artist Edouard Duval-Carrié.

Grinnell College Honors Alumnus Who Co-founded Latino Political Network

Nov 28, 2017
Robert Barron ’02 has received the College’s Wall Alumni Service Award.

Four Grinnell College Professors to Discuss Catalonia’s Bid for Independence

Nov 07, 2017
Panel to shed light on the causes that precipitated Catalonia’s bid for independence and the shared and opposed mentalities driving this conflict.

What It’s Like to Participate in the Diversity Travel Opportunity Program

Jul 24, 2017
Or why visiting campus can help you decide if Grinnell is for you. This is a story about four young women who found each other and, ultimately, Grinnell College through the Diversity Travel Opportunity program.

Seven Seniors and One Graduate Awarded Fulbright Grants

May 19, 2017
They will use the prestigious grants to support international study, research, and teaching.

What Trump Still Doesn’t Get After 100 Days in Office by Barbara Trish

May 11, 2017

Barbara Trish, Professor and Chair of the Political Science department, wrote a review of the first 100 days of Donald Trump's presidency for Fortune:

"At the 100-day…

Man Enough? Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and the Politics of Presidential Masculinity

Apr 04, 2017
Jackson Katz, Ph.D., will cover the 2016 election and the politics of presidential masculinity.

A Book Talk with Professor Danielle Lussier, Political Science

Feb 12, 2017
Tuesday, March 14, 4:15 p.m., Burling Lounge

Why Research Matters

Dec 06, 2016
Practical benefits of student research experience often transcend project outcomes.