students in central campus


  1. Sign depicting dark rectangle spanning a blue diamond, red square and yellow triangle with the words Grinnell College find your zone

    Find Your Zone in Burling Library

    The Libraries have signage designating floors in Burling as social, quiet, or silent zones.
  2. Leaves of Grass first edition book

    Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass Digital Exhibit

    Aug 05, 2022
    Check out a new feature in the Magic Box on Burling first floor! On display now are three special editions of Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass.
  3. Landscaping in front of HSSC including curving sidewalks, plantings, boulder seating and signage

    Innovation Fund Awards for 2021-22

    Aug 04, 2022
    The Grinnell College Innovation Fund was created in 2012 to spur innovative ways of teaching and learning at the College through planning and pilot projects. Since its launch, the fund has provided support for promising ideas proposed by faculty, staff, and students for new approaches to teaching and scholarship, as well as student-initiated proposals that enrich campus life and learning in innovative ways.
  4. Grace Duffy ’22 Receives Stouffer Fellowship for Graduate Studies

    Aug 02, 2022
    The fellowship is open to senior women who are fluent in French, Spanish, or Portuguese with plans for a career and graduate study in a public service field in Latin America and Latin American communities.
  5. Baumann 22

    Umang Kamra ’22 Receives Baumann Essay Prize

    Aug 02, 2022
    Kamra, a class of 2022 graduate from New Delhi, Delhi, India, is a history major with a policy studies concentration. His essay, titled “Adivasis and the Two Faces of Violence: Emergence of the Postcolonial India State,” investigates the epistemic and physical harms committed against the Adivasis (tribes) of Chhotanagpur by the early postcolonial state.
  6. Books and glasses

    Interlibrary Loan Software Migration

    Aug 01, 2022
    The library has migrated from our past software ILLIad to OCLC’s cloud-based software, Tipasa. You may not even notice the difference, but the change will help the library serve users into the future.
  7. Nora Leahy smiles as she takes a break in the Global Kitchen

    The Cultural Power of Food

    Aug 01, 2022
    With her Mentored Advanced Project adviser, Professor of Russian Todd Armstrong, Nora Leahy is exploring how Grinnellians can use the Global Kitchen for coursework and other community-building activities, not only on campus, but also throughout the town of Grinnell.
  8. Motor Trainings

    Grinnell Prize Honors a Leader Empowering Women in India to be Agents of their own Mobility

    Jul 27, 2022
    Jai Bharathi’s social innovation work empowers women’s independence by offering them two- and three-wheeler drivers’ training and related livelihood opportunities.
  9. Makeba Lavan teaching class

    Learning from the Past

    Jul 27, 2022
    Afrofuturism teaches the history of Black culture to create a better future.
  10. Alyssa Hyndman

    Finding Focus, Exploring Opportunities, Discovering New Worlds

    Jul 26, 2022
    When Alyssa Hyndman ’20 came to Grinnell as a first-year student from Clarksville, Indiana, she brought with her a budding interest in biology that she thought might lead to a major — and maybe even a career. With her first intro to biology course as a Grinnellian, she knew this was the case.

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