If your notions about computer hacking feature coders spreading anarchy and amassing Bitcoin fortunes with nefarious online exploits, then an event during the Spring 2019 semester might force you to rethink.
Over the 2018 spring break, with funding from the Wilson Center for Innovation and Leadership, senior Moises Herrera ’19 participated in an urban investigation and participation project with the DeriveLAB company in China’s Pearl River Delta region.
Recently, with funding from the Donald and Winifred Wilson Center for Innovation and Leadership, a group of Grinnellians were able to attend the first ever annual Socioeconomic Empowerment Summit in Chicago.
White privilege is an invisible and transparent preference that is often difficult to have a conversation about, much less challenge. Yet, for…