Setting foot today in their first Grinnell College classrooms in itself will be an immense achievement for the class of 2025. The 472 first-year students — who arrived at Grinnell over the past two weeks from 46 different states and 31 countries — overcame numerous hurdles placed in front of them by the pandemic.
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The Fall '21 Writers@Grinnell series kicks off with Santiago Jose Sanchez and Larissa Pham on Thursday, Sept. 23 at 8 p.m. in the Grinnell College Museum of Art.
A roundtable with special alumni guests Emily Mester ’14 and Clare Mao ’14 is also on Thursday, Sept. 23, at 4:15 p.m., in Humanities and Social Studies Center (HSSC) Room S1325.
Colorful caricatures show what people eat, see, and experience when living or visiting Grinnell. The mural gives new life to a public space and shares a heartfelt message for everyone to see. It also tells a story of what a welcoming community looks like.
Tommy Hexter ’21 shares his path to serving the Grinnell community as a Poweshiek County Water and Soil Commissioner.