Life at Grinnell College

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

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Announcement of a lecture by Damien Ma, adjunct lecturer, Kellogg School of Management.

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Arner, Timothy D.; Dawson, Evangeline; Johnson, Emily Katherine; Miller, Jeanette Michelle; Shearer, B. Logan; Wendt, Aniela Kae; Whitman, Chloe Kate; Lobban-Viravong, Heather; Lobban-Viravong, Heather
Panel discussions concerning the Grinnell Beowulf translation project and process, featuring translators Timothy D. Arner, Eva Dawson, Emily Johnson, Jeanette Miller, Logan Shearer, Aniela Wendt, and Kate Whitman on March 3, 10, and 31, 2014.

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Lenertz, Diane; Dunnington, Sam
During Grinnell’s earliest days, Alumni Hall rang out with fiery debate. Do we need political parties? Should the death penalty be abolished? For over 60 years, Grinnell College’s Literary Societies met to dance, converse, and hold forth on issues that are still pertinent in the 21st century. These groups were the beginning of a tradition that carries on with the impressive number of organized student groups that the campus currently enjoys. Join us as we look back at the Grinnell Literary Societies.

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Poster advertising the awards ceremony for the 2012 Grinnell Prize and related events held on November 12-16, 2012. Sponsored by the Rosenfield Program and the Office of the President of the College.

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Poster advertising the Grinnell Prize Awards Ceremony and related events on November 3-9, 2013. Sponsored by the Rosenfield Program and the Office of the President.

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Robertson, Jack
The Grinnell Singers in Herrick Chapel.

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Malinowski, Nicholas J.; Oxley, Michael, 1964-; Newton, Timothy.; Ewoldt, Patrice.
Program for Singers concert on November, 10, 2006.

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Announcing a lecture by Herbert L. Quelle, Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany.

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Poster advertising monthly discussions on teaching excellence with focus on making classrooms inclusive and mentoring students for academic success. Sponsored by the Office of Intercultural Engagement and Leadership under Academic Affairs and the Dean of the College during academic year 2012/13.

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The program for the closing event of a three-day long convocation, "The Liberal Arts College in a World of Change."

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Jones, Phillip Wiley, 1960-; Stuhr, Rebecca; Rod, Catherine
The Grinnell College Libraries, Black Library was created in response to a series of events and requests in the early 1970s. A celebrarion of the 30 year anniversary of the Black Library was held in 2010

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Announcement of a talk by John Price, Grinnell College trustee and former special assistant to President Nixon.

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Bryant, Linda, 1947-; McIntyre, Eric L.; Rommereim, John C.; Chenette, Jeanmarie Kern.
Program for organ, harp and brass concert on September 24, 2006.

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Invitation to participate in the Center for Humanities theme for 2017-2018 on the politics of and around human thriving.

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Lecture by Ivo Juurvee, associate professor, Estonian Academy of Security Sciences.

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Anton Kaes, Professor of German and Film & Media at University of California Berkeley addresses the invisible, long-term effects of the First World War on German Society with a focus on "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919)

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Ian Kelly, Diplomat in Residence for the Midwest, give a talk on the the U.S. Russia Divide in 2014.

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Issenberg, Sasha
Poster advertising talk by Sasha Issenberg about his new book, The Victory Lab, sponsored by the Program in Practical Political Education.

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Publicizing a performance by comedian W. Kamau Bell.

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The Young, Gifted, and Black Gosepl Choir, May 1980. From left to right, row 1: Dwight Rainwater, Leslie Taylor, Kathy Hill, Gwendolyn Satterfield, Richard Winston. From left to right, row 2: Donna Olds, Darlene Crawford, Florence Donald. Under the direction of Leonard G. Burks, pianist.