Please join the Grinnell College Libraries in welcoming visiting artist Rich Dana who will give a talk on the history and adaptation of the mimeograph machine, followed by a workshop in Bucksbaum Center for the Arts (BCA)
Grinnell students, faculty, and staff have access to the extensive primary source collections of the Center for Research Libraries (CRL), an international consortium of university, college, and independent research libraries.
The Digital National Security Archive contains 39 collections consisting of over 100,000 meticulously indexed declassified government documents, covering critical world events and U.S. policy decisions from post-World War II to the present.
Nicole Hamon ’78 and Frank Thomas ’71 were pioneers in the work they did for Grinnell College. Hamon guided international students through their time at Grinnell, while Thomas mentored and focused on increasing the number of students and faculty of color. With the passing of each over the summer, we reflect back on the lasting impact their remarkable work had on the College and the lives of Grinnellians.
With about 1,200 of her photographs published in magazines, encyclopedias, books, and newspapers, Clarke’s work was widely seen in the early 20th century, yet she was largely unheralded in her hometown of Grinnell. A volunteer endeavor by Grinnellians has raised awareness about Clarke’s talent resulting in newfound appreciation, including Clarke’s upcoming induction into the Iowa Women’s Hall of Fame.
While 85% of Americans believe it is very important the United States remain a democracy, 52% believe American democracy is facing a “major threat” according to the newest edition of the Grinnell College National Poll.
More than 60% of Americans today believe the decisions of the court are based more on the political leanings of justices than the Constitution and the law, according to the newest edition of the Grinnell College National Poll.