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  1. Juneteenth to be Celebrated During Community Friday

    As part of our Juneteenth commemoration this year, we will create the opportunity to watch the documentary “I Am Not Your Negro,” based on James Baldwin's unfinished manuscript Remember This House.
  2. Academic Year 2020-21 Planning Update

    Jun 12, 2020
    The next academic year will consist of four 7.5-week terms, with an optional summer term. We are planning for a low-density campus this fall, with a minimum starting number of between 500 - 600 students for the first term. There will be in-person and distance class offerings each term.
  3. Martin Luther King, Jr. addresses the crowd at Grinnell College's Darby Gym on Oct. 29, 1969

    Racial Justice Response

    Jun 10, 2020
    Grinnell College has established a racial justice plan of action, which includes direct contributions, community donation matching, sponsoring workshops, and forming coalitions.
  4. Tim Dobe teaching a religious studies course

    Because They’ve Been in Your Shoes

    Jun 08, 2020
    Faculty are not only mentors and advisers — they’re role models for how to navigate classes, careers, and life.
  5. Protesting Safely During COVID-19

    Jun 08, 2020
    With protests happening around the world, we have compiled some resources for you to consider to protest safely during a pandemic.
  6. College students march in a political protest

    Introducing Peace and Conflict Studies

    Jun 08, 2020
    If you’re interested in making the world a better place, Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies is a class where you’ll develop flexibility and nimbleness to pursue your vision.
  7. Gates Hall, Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa

    2020-21 Test Optional Admission Policy

    Jun 05, 2020
    For the 2020-21 admission cycle Grinnell College will adopt a test optional admission policy.
  8. Various hands of color

    MUSE in Focus: Confronting Structural Racism

    Jun 05, 2020
    The Grinnell College Libraries has been given temporary access to a selection of free scholarship from Project Muse publishers on the history of structural racism in the United States and how the country can realize anti-racist reform.
  9. A Message from President Kington

    Jun 01, 2020
    The growing civil unrest following the death of George Floyd has added another layer of complexity to this tragedy. I hope that each of us can reflect on what we can do to improve the lives of those who are most vulnerable and then act in ways that are true to ourselves and to all that we value as Grinnellians.
  10. A Message to Faculty and Staff Colleagues

    Jun 01, 2020
    I reach out to you to recognize with you the pain, grief, and violence of racial injustice that has gripped our nation over the past several days — and for much too long before that.

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