Here's what you'll find in the Winter 2008 Grinnell Magazine:
A Grinnellian in Nanjing
by Richard Cleaver '75
An insider's view of one of the College's most venerable and vital exchange programs.
Long Running Pioneers
by John Kissane '82
Why is Grinnell "The Best Little Track College in America"?
A Conversation with Neal Klausner
At 101, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy Neal Klausner is still a remarkable intellectual force.
Opening Doors: Fifty Years of Study Abroad
by Mary Challender
In 1958, the first Grinnell students ventured out to experience the world through their "junior year abroad."
Robert N. Noyce '49 Science Center: Dedication Weekend
Stunning photos and a thought-provoking story by Rachel Fields '09 about the Robert N. Noyce '49 Dedication Weekend.
Two Views of the Economic Crisis
Two Grinnell economists weigh in.
Grinnell at Mardi Gras
Story and photos by Dan Weeks '80
Motherhood: Tough Choices
by Kristina Koch-Avan '92
Koch-Avan examines the tough decisions motherhood forces on all moms of the 21st century.
Online Extras Be sure to check out our Online Extras:
Grinnell's Unofficial Mascot: The Fox Squirrel
Love 'em or loathe 'em, you just can't ignore the plentiful and beautiful fox squirrels that thrive on the Grinnell College campus. We asked several of our photographers to catch the many moods of Grinnell's squirrel population.
Grinnellians in Nanjing
One Grinnell faculty member shared stories of his trip to Nanjing; submit yours!
… And More!