Tommy Hexter testing water conditions at Little Bear Creek

Dirty Hands and Wet Feet

Jul 30, 2021
Tommy Hexter ’21 shares his path to serving the Grinnell community as a Powesheik County Water and Soil Commissioner.
John Garrison, Associate Professor of English, and Elijah Griffin ’21

National Honors Pour in for Grinnell Faculty Members

Jul 19, 2021
Grinnell College faculty members have been selected for a number of prestigious awards, fellowships, and scholarly prizes over the past few months.

Grinnell College Awards Grinnell Prize to Leader Championing Black Joy, Art and Culture in Memphis

Jul 15, 2021
Victoria Jones’ social innovation work centers Black joy, activism, and community building in Memphis.
Lauren Miller '21 and Antonella Diaz '23 walking on campus

How an Externship Blossomed into Global Connections

Jul 06, 2021
Short-term job shadows with alumni provide excellent opportunities to learn about work and life from fellow Grinnellians.

Avery Lewis ’21 Receives Baumann Essay Prize

Jun 23, 2021
The Baumann Essay Prize, established in 1993 and funded by David ’51 and Audrey Lowe ’52 Hammer, distinguishes the dynamic classroom contributions of Frederick Baumann, professor of history at Grinnell from 1927 to 1954.
Juneteenth Freedom Day

Learn, Discuss, Do: Celebrating Juneteenth

Jun 17, 2021
This is the inaugural year of recognizing Juneteenth with a holiday, giving employees of the College an opportunity to celebrate the historic day with loved ones.

Marianna Cota Receives Udall Honorable Mention

Jun 17, 2021
The Udall Foundation awards scholarships and special honors to college sophomores and juniors for study in fields related to the environment and to Native Americans and Alaska Natives in fields related to health care and tribal public policy.
View of North Campus in spring

Committed to the Common Good

Jun 04, 2021
How much has Grinnell College changed over 175 years? In the details, quite a lot has changed, but in the essentials — like standing up for your beliefs — not so much. Exploring issues of purpose, responsibility, and justice has been part of the Grinnell ethos since the beginning.
Tyler Roberts teaching a class

College Mourns Professor Tyler Roberts

Jun 09, 2021
Tyler Tillinghast Roberts, professor of religious studies, died Thursday, June 3, at the age of 61.

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