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News

  1. The Moth @ Grinnell College

    The Wilson Center for Innovation & Leadership collaborates with The Moth Radio Hour to bring a story-telling workshop and slam to the Grinnell College campus.
  2. Laptop with Center for Research Libraries (CRL) page on screen

    Center for Research Libraries (CRL)

    Apr 09, 2021
    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.
  3. Grinnell College 2021 Honorary Degree Recipients

    Apr 09, 2021
    Grinnell College will award honorary degrees to the following individuals making major contributions to the fields of science, humanities and social science.  
  4. A silhouetted figure in front of stained glass

    The Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song

    Apr 08, 2021
    Join the religious studies, music, and American studies departments for a viewing and panel discussion of PBS’s new documentary, The Black Church hosted by Henry Louis Gates Jr.
  5. Grinnell Community Collaboration Distributes Activity Bags to Families and Children

    Apr 06, 2021
    Grant will help fund art, literacy and mental health-focused activity bags for children in the Grinnell area
  6. All participants stand on a bridge together at Leadershape Retreat, 2017

    Leadershape @ Grinnell College

    Apr 06, 2021
    The Wilson Center hosts LeaderShape, a multi-day off-site retreat that provides approximately 60 Grinnell College students the opportunity for self-discovery, self-reflection, and feedback.
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    April 5–9 Annual Library Poetry Egg Hunt Outdoors

    Apr 01, 2021
    Please join the Grinnell College Libraries in celebrating National Poetry Month with a poetry egg hunt during the week of April 5–9 on Grinnell College campus.
  8. Diana Chege ’22

    2021 Fischlowitz Travel Fellow to Explore Black Women’s Experiences

    Apr 01, 2021
    Diana Chege ’22, an English major from Nairobi, Kenya, was awarded the Fischlowitz Travel Fellowship for 2021. She plans to visit New York, Washington, D.C., Texas, and California in August to explore the experience of Black women in the United States.
  9. Most Americans Agree on Four Foundations of Democracy, but Execution of Those Ideals Receives Failing Grades

    Mar 31, 2021
    While Americans have high ideals for what makes up our democracy, a new Grinnell College National Poll shows our country gets failing grades when it comes to executing those ideals in real life.
  10. Pessimistic View of Race Relations Exists Among Majority of Americans

    Mar 31, 2021
    As an element of American life, a majority of people in the country view the state of race relations as mostly bad according to the newest edition of the Grinnell College National Poll.

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