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Grinnell Reunion 2015 is closer than you think!
Registration opens Feb. 2, 2015.
Reunion will be held Friday, May 29, through Sunday, May 31.
Make plans to attend now.
This year we will welcome the classes of 1944, 1945, 1946, 1955, 1956, 1965, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1975, 1990, 1994, 1995, 1996, and 2005. As always, members of any other class are more than welcome to join us as we commemorate these milestone class years.
2015 Class Reunion pages
Reunion Weekend 2014 Archive
Facebook Photo Albums
The Grinnell Relays, the Grinnell 14, the Alumni Awards, and much more.
Reunion Weekend 2014 Social Media Album
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.
50th Reunion Faculty Lecture
Rosenfield Professor of Political Science Wayne Moyer has shared a copy of his PowerPoint slides from his lecture on "Addressing Climate Change."
VIDEO! Alumni College Presentation: The Making of the J.B. Grinnell Class
Explore how today's Grinnellians are learning about revolution through the eyes of J.B. Grinnell and making a difference in small ways to tackle large problems like global poverty.
VIDEO! John R. Price '60: The Time of Our Lives
During his lecture, Trustee John R. Price '60 considered the dramatic world changes experienced by the classes of 1959 and 1960.
Alumni College Lecture: Small Revolutions, Big Changes Part One / Part Two
Eliza Willis, professor of political science, has shared a copy of her PowerPoint presentation from her lecture on how "thinking small" can lead to radical change. (The PowerPoint slides are divided into two parts to accommodate the size of the files online.)
Alumni College Lecture: The Scientific Revolution and the Making of the First Information Age
Michael Guenther, assistant professor of history, has shared a copy of his PowerPoint presentation from his lecture on the rise of modern science in Europe and the Americas between 1660 and 1880, and how that period's revolutionary developments in the natural sciences were connected to profound changes in the social and political world.
VIDEO! Alumni College Panel Discussion: The Grinnell 14: Revolution at Grinnell and Beyond
A video of the Alumni College discussion panel facilitated by Jonathon Andelson '70, professor of anthropology. (Now available!)
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