In the Summer 2013 issue of The Grinnell Magazine:
- Grinnellian farmers, food activists, and policymakers navigate complex agricultural issues and offer a captivating picture of American agriculture at a turning point.
- When Dorje Gurung ′94 was imprisoned in Qatar on charges of insulting Islam, a grassroots coalition of Grinnellians banded together to win his freedom.
- Grinnell couples share stories of getting together years — even decades — after graduation.
- Former Pioneer football player Brian Westerlind ′12 reflects on what the team means to him, and how it shaped him into who he is today.
- Assistant professor of English Dean Bakopoulos writes about helping students learn to love literature, and transformations in the creative writing classroom.
- And Anne Brineman Anderson ′64 makes the case for Washington, D.C. statehood — and explains how you can make a difference.
All this and much more will arrive in your mailbox soon — or read it online at The Grinnell Magazine Summer 2013 (PDF).