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- Who's the Sexiest Man of 2013? Would you believe it's Grinnell's own Kumail Nanjiani '01? Do you think he's sexy? Wanna take a look?
- On the Rights of the American Voter: Abby Rapoport '08 appears as a roundtable guest in two segments of MSNBC's "Up with Steve Kornacki." View the videos.
- What's the Word? Grant Faulkner '87 inspires novelists around the world. Read about it.
- The $10 Microscope: About Kenji Yoshino '11 and his invention... and how you can make your own in 20 minutes. Learn more.
- Our Famous Jazzman. Herbie Hancock '60, Grinnell alumnus and revered jazz figure, is among five artists to receive the 2013 Kennedy Center Honors. Read more.
- One Year, One Emmy. One year out of Grinnell and Kyle Espinosa '12 has an Emmy to his name. “I’m working on making more slime for prime time!" says the video developer for the Nickelodeon television channel. Read more.
- Our Public Intellectual. Sam Tanenhaus ’77 is the country’s archjournalist. Read more.
READ IT IN THE NEWS!
The Alumni News page on Forum is where you can stay in the loop with alumni and friends and keep up on what's happening on campus.
- Read recent notes and stories from Forum members (and submit your own).
- Submit your news in a classnote to The Grinnell Magazine.
- Share or read about a Grinnell tradition.
- Get caught up in the Grinnell social web.
- Read the official Grinnell news from campus.
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- Read about the current Grinnell buzz
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- Share career tips and employment opportunities
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GRINNELL NEWS MEDIA
Find Grinnell via these on-campus news outlets:
The Grinnell Magazine. Another venture of the Office of Communication, this quarterly publication is sent to alumni, students, parents, faculty, and friends. Articles are meant to stimulate thought and discussion, to demonstrate the range of opinions and activities on the campus and in its broader community, and to provide news about the College and its alumni.
The Scarlet & Black. Known to many simply as the S&B, Grinnell's student-run campus newspaper has been rolling off the presses since 1858. Enjoy the electronic version.
There's our word, and then there's the unofficial version. For the latter, you'll find GrinnellWiki and GrinnellPlans (or Plans, as it is more commonly known). Please keep in mind that these are independent projects over which neither the College nor our office has responsiblity or control.