Closed for Inventory on June 30, 2017

Jun 29, 2017

The Pioneer Bookshop will be closed for inventory on Friday, June 30.  It will open in the early afternoon that day, after the inventory has been completed. We apologize for any inconvenience…

Singers of jazz group The Hot Sardines sit in a diner

The Hot Sardines to Perform Jazz Concert on Jan. 22

Jan 14, 2019
The Hot Sardines, featured at the Newport and Montreal jazz festivals, will perform classic jazz that feeds the heart and soul at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 22, in Herrick Chapel. The concert is free and open to the public.
Iowa landscape at CERA

Getting to the Meat of the Matter

Jan 10, 2019
If you drive to Grinnell on Interstate 80, you might be inclined to think Iowa’s economy is heavily agriculture-based. Your eyes might deceive you, says Jack Mutti, professor emeritus of economics. In terms of actual production, the agricultural sector accounts for about five percent of Iowa’s GDP. Yet, agriculture is connected intimately with many other industries, including manufacturing. So, the impact of recent tariffs is bigger than some of the numbers might lead you to believe, especially because the tariffs most directly affect exports.
Detail of a branch and rope

Faulconer Gallery Features John Wilson’s Studies for a Lynching Mural

Jan 08, 2019
Faulconer Gallery and Yale University Art Gallery are collaborating on a traveling exhibition about John Wilson’s studies for a lynching mural to honor an important American artist and his commitment to social justice.
Scene from Adriana Lecouvreur opera

Live Streaming of Metropolitan Opera’s Adriana Lecouvreur Set for Jan. 12

Jan 08, 2019
The Metropolitan Opera’s new production of Adriana Lecouvreur, composed by Francesco Cilea, will be streamed beginning at noon on Saturday, Jan. 12, in the Harris Center Cinema.
Tor Erickson ’01 and Isabella Kugel ’20 stand in front of wood slabs that were made into a desk that now greets visitors in the new Admission and Student Financial Services center.

No Room for Error

Jan 03, 2019
From flowering crabapples to sycamores, birches, and firs, the trees dotting Grinnell’s campus have served as familiar landmarks — as well as beloved spots to climb, make art, and meet for class — for generations of Grinnell students.
Max Hill ’20 (left) and Stefanie Ochoa ’20 (right)

Gilman Scholarships Enable Two Students to Study Abroad

Jan 02, 2019
Stefanie Ochoa ’20 will study in Shanghai, China, and Max Hill ’20 will explore how cities work on four continents, thanks to the Gilman Scholarships they received to study abroad.
Image of loggia with text: Special Campus Memo

Special Campus Memo: Student Unionization Petition Withdrawal

Dec 21, 2018
Grinnell has been informed that the Regional Director of the National Labor Relations Board has 
Kistle Closed

Kistle Science Library Closed January 2-14, 2019

Dec 20, 2018
ITS internet work is currently in progress in Noyce and it has interrupted data connectivity.
Anne Harris

Anne Harris Appointed Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College

Dec 20, 2018
Anne Harris of DePauw University, who has over 20 years of experience in higher education, will join Grinnell as vice president for academic affairs and dean of the College.