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Enjoy the slideshow. And check back. We'll add more photos as our riders roll on! Updated July 24.
Note: You can see who took the photo and their caption by hovering your cursor over each slide.

Ragbrai riders, there are a few ways to share your photos with us. You can post them on the Grinnell College Alumni and Friends Facebook page, and you can use our "Photos from You" form. If you're a tweeter, use #GCRagbrai14. Safe travels, and we look forward to your great photos from the road! We'll share your photos in our online RAGBRAI photo album and on Facebook



Endre Veka '97Thank you to all of our donors and to everyone who made a gift before the close of our fiscal year. Your gift helps!

We celebrate this year's success by sharing new profiles of our donors.

 

"I like knowing that I can enable new students to enjoy those same kinds of opportunities."  

Meet donor Endre Veka '97 (left)


“What better thing to do than to help others enjoy the same positive experiences that you enjoyed.”  

Meet donor Ed Fry '79


Traveling Grinnellians in Greece

More Greek traveling Grinnellians! A great shot of our late-1970s and early-1980s grads at the Treasury of Atreus on the Panagitsa Hill in Mycenae. Back row, left to right: Scott McMurray '79, Jack Dane '79, Patty Best '78, Ed Senn '79. Front row: Stephan

A great shot of our late-1970s and early-1980s grads at the Treasury of Atreus on the Panagitsa Hill in Mycenae. Back row, left to right: Scott McMurray '79, Jack Dane '79, Patty Best '78, Ed Senn '79. Front row: Stephanie McMurray, Michele Dane '79, Sheryl Walter '78, Lu Barrett '81. Turn here for more photos from this June's Classical Greece trip, sponsored by the Grinnell College Alumni Travel Program.

 

Recent Discussions

Posted by Gary Kuhlmann on June 17, 2014 at 09:01am

We learned a lot about revolution, of all kinds. We honored men and women who paved the way. We sang. We danced. We laughed. We reunited. And we used social media to capture a whole bunch of great memories.

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Posted by Gary Kuhlmann on June 16, 2014 at 02:20pm

The words we use may be different, but the concept is the same. We didn't call our admission policy "access" or "need-blind" 50 years ago, but the concept threads it

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