Here are some of the highlights you'll find in the print version of Spring 2009 Grinnell Magazine (and for more, check out our web extras):
Or … Dispelling the Myth of the Gorilla in the Living Room by Ken Fuson
Can we finally talk about that 800-pound gorilla - the endowment? What is it, what can it do, and what can't it do?
A New Beginning:
Grinnellians at the Inauguration
When the crowds packed Washington, D.C., Grinnellians were there.
Going Steady, Grinnell Style
Alumni tell their stories of a cherished Grinnell tradition.
Dancing in the New Millennium
by Claire Reeder '11
And Even More …
Among our other stories, you'll meet a senior who had to choose between the Rhodes Scholarship interview at running at the NCAA Division III Cross Country Nationals Meet; learn about a new program in Middle Eastern Studies; and get the details on the rededication of the organ in Herrick Chapel.
And you'll want to check out the Pioneer Profiles in the ever-popular Classnotes section. In this issue, you'll get to know Bruce Austin '68, an antique Yellowstone bus enthusiast; artist Carlos Ferguson '92, creator of the "Tiny Circus"; rancher and windfarmer Pete Ferrell '74; and CNN computer programmer Laura Ferguson '90.