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The Medallion Ceremony for the Class of 2018 was held Wednesday, August 27, in Herrick Chapel. Each year, the occasion marks the start of our new students' academic careers, and is meant to prompt the students to think about where their education will take them after they leave Grinnell. For more photos, go to the Medallion Ceremony 2014 photo album on the Grinnell College Alumni and Friends Facebook page. Medallion Ceremony, Aug. 27, 2014

Meet Our Donors

Lisa (Wheaton) Mather '97 and Jeff Mather '97 (Meet Our Donors Story)Throughout the history of Grinnell College, philanthropy has been crucial to an exceptional education. Meet people like Lisa (Wheaton) Mather '97 and Jeff Mather 97 (above) who, through their gifts and commitments to Grinnell, are helping the College create a sustainable and prosperous future for people everywhere. Visit our donor photo album to see their stories.  

Here's a Tweet Deal
There's an official Grinnell College Alumni and Friends Twitter account just for you. Our goal is to keep you connected, to the College and to each other. Our hashtag is . For more about all the social media options we have for you, including some helpful how-to guides, check out our Be Social page. 

Jayn Baily Chaney '05 in Greece

Who doesn't enjoy a good old travel photo album? You can look at a whole album of great photos from this year's Classical Greece travel program, as well as albums from RAGBRAI 2014 and Reunion and Alumni College 2014, just by visitng our Alumni Photo Albums page. 

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.

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