Regulate dining hall waste

Some Questions: Why is there so much waste in the dining hall? Do we really want to be generating so much gourmet hog slop? Are we living according to our admissions-team pamphlet, book-store-swag endorsed values? Now, while it’s eternally in vogue for college students to rail against ‘the (preferably suited) man,’ I think it’s time…

Another side of the debate

The party that happened this weekend is indefensible. I understand why people on campus are upset about the events of last weekend, and I feel for the people who have been hurt. However, the response to the party, and the subsequent demonizing of the football team, has been unfair. Many see this issue as a…

Creating a safer community

The evening of Saturday, May 1 will set a precedent at Grinnell College for many years to come. The offenders of a bias-motivated incident are widely known. Their punishment and response could change many aspects of Grinnell College life. Due to the level of this case, we hope all involved realize the importance of the…

Keep community events green

We would first like to thank everyone who took part in planning last weekend’s Selah celebration. Members from all areas of the Grinnell community came to enjoy great food, entertainment, inflatables, a petting zoo (yes!!!) and a beautiful day. The fun in the sun got us thinking that Grinnell should host more outdoor activities. Selah…