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.
Diaz will explore the U.S. — New Orleans, Nashville, New York City, and Los Angeles — in a journey to form meaningful human connections by embracing the fear of befriending strangers and asking for their unique perspectives.
Tommy O'Donnell ’20, a resident of Plymouth, England, will to travel this summer to Arizona, California, Louisiana, Massachusetts, and New York to explore how U.S. communities are creating and defining their own food and agriculture systems.
Raynard S. Kington, President of Grinnell College, assures the campus community that the College is dedicated to unequivocally supporting our students who might feel vulnerable for themselves or family and friends as a result of the termination of the DACA program.
Email from Karen Edwards, Associate Dean and Director, Office of International Student Affairs, regarding the executive order, “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States."
Letter from President Kington assures all students, but particularly those who may be affected by the Trump executive order and other related policies, that we will do everything in our power to support them so that they can complete their degrees.