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  1. Jivyaa Vaidya standing in front of a colorful mural

    Close community, far-reaching impact - GivingTuesday

    Grinnell College invites alumni, faculty, staff, parents, and community members to celebrate and strengthen our campus community this GivingTuesday.
  2. Ham Serunjogi

    Ham Serunjogi ’16 Named Forbes 30 Under 30 in Finance for 2023

    Nov 29, 2022
    Ham Serunjogi ’16, Grinnell College Board of Trustee has been named one of the honorees on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in finance for 2023, which covers traditional financial services, fintech, and crypto and blockchain. The list makers were chosen from more than a thousand nominations and were evaluated by an all-star set of judges.  
  3. Met Opera’s “The Hours” to Stream December 10

    Nov 28, 2022
    Grinnell College will stream Kevin Puts' “The Hours” on December 10 as part of the Met’s 2022-23 Live in HD season. 
  4. DJ Savarese

    Writers@Grinnell Welcomes DJ Savarese, Thurs. Dec. 8, 2022; 5 p.m. at the Pioneer Bookstore

    Nov 28, 2022
    Writers@Grinnell welcomes artful activist, multi-genre writer, scholar, teacher, and practicing optimist, DJ Savarese, on Thurs., Dec. 8, 2022 at 5 p.m. at the Pioneer Bookstore.
  5. A young woman in a dark blue turtleneck and braided hair crosses her arms across her chest and smiles wildly. She stands in front of a large, cryogenic electron microscope.

    Novel Approaches: Lisa Eshun-Wilson ’14 Wants to Transform Science Academia

    Nov 28, 2022
    A Grinnell graduate and biochemist solves the structure of elusive proteins while re-imagining the culture of scientific research.
  6. family putting glitter on art truck

    Build a Better Grinnell 2030 Receives $197,153 USDA Rural Placemaking Innovation Challenge Grant

    Nov 21, 2022
    Build a Better Grinnell 2030 (BABG 2030) has received a grant of $197,153 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Placemaking Innovation Challenge. These funds will support the mission of the BABG 2030 project: to identify and prioritize community needs as well as resources, assets, and partners to guide community development and quality-of-life improvement over the next decade. 
  7. Grant Faulkner, Grinnell College Authors and Artists

    Grant Faulkner: All the Comfort Sin Can Provide, National Novel Writing Month

    Nov 20, 2022
    In this Authors and Artists podcast episode, Grant Faulkner ’87 talks about National Novel Writing Month, 100 Word Story, and his book of short stories, “All the Comfort Sin Can Provide.”
  8. International Students at Grinnell holding signs

    International Students Combat Homesickness, Embrace College Community Over Fall Break

    Nov 14, 2022

    For domestic and international students alike, fall break comes as a welcome relief from rigorous academic work — it’s a time to recharge among loved ones. But while many domestic students do so…

  9. Kendall Yim ’24 with fields in the background

    Celebrating International Education

    Nov 11, 2022
    A global education helps students discover the world — and themselves.

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