Life at Grinnell College

Event programs, photographs, and other records that document student life on and around the Grinnell College campus.

McMullin, Roger
Studying under a tree on Mac Field, with North Campus dorms in background.

Summer physics research in electronic tunneling, from left to right: Gary Duke, class of 1971; Steve Grow, class of 1972; Theodore Will, faculty; and Mark Ogden, class of 1970.

Susan J. Cavanaugh, class of 1973, and Laurie J. Hultherg, class of 1973, walking in front of Alumni Recitation Hall (ARH).

Group of students by swimming pool with award. Ian (back row, second from left), Todd L. Kimball '02 (back row, red tshirt), Camarin E. Bailey '00 (back row, first from right) Srah G. Davis '00 (front row, second from left), Leah [Kaplan or Oren-Palmer] '01.

Student leans over switchboard, 1960s.

"Sword of Peace" cast at Snow Camp, NC. Seated left: Cathy S. Silvun,l class of 1976; seated center: Laura M. Korach, class of 1973; standing center: Keith D. Fort class of 1975.

Leslie Abrons plays table tennis

Announcement of Grinnell Jazz Ensemble concert.

Charge to the Task Force on Residential Learning at Grinnell College in Spring 2016.

Receommendations from the Task Force on Residential Learning at Grinnell College.

McMullin, Roger
President George A. Drake with the Teacher Award Winners Sally Claussen, Department of English, Harlan Community High School; and Paul Sloan, Department of Biology, Des Moines East High School, at the 1980 Commencement.

Professor sits at head of table with four students.

Announcement of information sessions for the 2017 spring break tour sponsored by the Rosenfield Program.

Program for a technology in liberal art education symposium held at Grinnell College on April 3rd, 2014. Speakers included Frank Pellkofer, Bryan Alexander, Mike Wesch, and Chad Kainz as well as Grinnell College faculty Todd Armstrong, Cynthia Hansen, Christopher Ralston, Elaine Marzluff, Erik Simpson, and Catherine Rod.

Grinnell College Terms of Occupancy for Residence HallsGr

An issue of The Brotherhood Volume 1 No.1

Herron, George Davis, 1862-1925; Gates, George Augustus, 1851-1912
Four sermons by George Herron, with an introduction by President George Augustus Gates.

The cast of Dr. Faustus from a spring 1997 production of the play.

Invitation to a reception at Grinnell House hosted by the Center for Humanities on Friday, December 11, 2015.

Talk by Wenfang Tang, Chuanren Ke and a panel of Grinnell College faculty (Mervat Youssef, Mariko Shigeta Schimmel, Todd Armstrong) on the importance of language learning with an emphasis on Chinese language education in the U.S.