students in central campus


  1. Kendall Yim ’24 with fields in the background

    Celebrating International Education

    Nov 11, 2022
    A global education helps students discover the world — and themselves.
  2. A professor and students gather for discussion around a table.

    Lessons from Ancient Greece

    Nov 01, 2022
    History of Ancient Greece traces the history of Ancient Greece from 3000 to 323 BCE, covering the rise of the Greek city-state and the simultaneous development of the Athenian empire and its domestic democracy.
  3. A professor talks with students gathered around a table.

    An Exploration of the Ancient Greeks

    Nov 01, 2022
    As a student in the course titled the Ancient Greek World, you’ll learn to read and analyze ancient Greek texts closely to extract the implicit from the explicit.
  4. Gerald Lalonde, Grinnell College Authors and Artists

    Gerald Lalonde: Athena Itonia

    Oct 15, 2022
    In “Athena Itonia: Geography and Meaning of an Ancient Greek War Goddess,” Lalonde offers a comparative study of the social, political, and military aspects of the cult of Athena Itonia and its propagation through ancient Greece. An Authors and Artists podcast episode.
  5. A man and a woman collaborate on work at a table

    Muhammad Rehan ’22 Discovers a Love of the German Language

    Jun 23, 2022
    As a German/classics double major, Rehan found his passion and dove in. This dedicated student takes advantage of the opportunities available to him at Grinnell.
  6. Photo of Tad Boehmer

    Answering the Call of Rare Books

    Jun 13, 2022
    Tad Boehmer ’12 discovered his own love of classics at Grinnell, thanks to impassioned faculty members who breathed life into these ancient texts.
  7. Four Grinnell College Professors Receive Franklin Research Grants from the American Philosophical Society

    Apr 21, 2021
    Since 1933 the American Philosophical Society has awarded small grants to scholars in order to support the cost of research leading to publication in all areas of knowledge. This year, four Grinnell College professors were awarded Franklin Research Grants.
  8. Nora and Ben place a greek vase in a spectrometer machine

    Chemical Connections: Classics and Chemistry Collide with Research on Greek Vase

    Jan 24, 2020
    What’s the connection between olive oil, an ancient Greek vase, and X-ray fluorescence analysis? That’s exactly what Nora Madrigal ’19 and Ben Hoekstra ’19 sought to find out from a research project in their Chemistry 358: Instrumental Analysis class.
  9. Classics Department to Present "Why Classics? Reception and Receptivity"

    Apr 11, 2019
    Emily Austin, assistant professor of classics at the University of Chicago, will present “Why Classics? Reception and Receptivity” at 4:15 on April 16 in room N3118 of the Humanities and Social Studies Center.
  10. Scholar to Discuss Women on the Move in the Ancient Mediterranean

    Apr 05, 2019
    Professor Sheila Dillon of Duke University will present "Crossing the Corrupting Sea: Women on the move in the ancient Mediterranean” at 4:15 p.m., Thursday, April 25, 2019.

We use cookies to enable essential services and functionality on our site, enhance your user experience, provide better service through personalized content, collect data on how visitors interact with our site, and enable advertising services.

To accept the use of cookies and continue on to the site, click "I Agree." For more information about our use of cookies and how to opt out, please refer to our website privacy policy.