Jacob Gjesdahl proposes some interesting geographic changes in the name of diversity
Letter to the editor from the distance track team
Letter to the editor about green campus planning
Mason Groben stepped out of the old Maytag factory onto the gravel road in yellow galoshes, dusty jeans and a plain gray t-shirt. Walking out of the brick building, which produced millions of appliances from the early 20th century until a few years ago, Groben looks as if he could be coming off a shift…
There are those certain moments in life, that although it may sound cliché are life changing, and ones where your life takes a dramatic new direction. This experience that took place on March 18 at about 6 p.m. was truly one of those moments for me.
The storm that tore through the city of Grinnell last week lasted only 20 minutes, but caused over a million dollars worth of damage to city property, and perhaps millions more to private residences. Hailstones traveling over 100 miles per hour ripped apart vinyl siding, destroyed roofs, dented cars and sent several members of Grinnell…
The World Bank defines “moderate poverty” as living on less than two U.S. dollars a day, but the International Students Organization (ISO) begs to differ.
During this tour, Elephant Micah has played everywhere from the office of an internet start-up to a barn on a commune. But rarely does he fit in as well as he did in Bob’s Underground cafe where his smart lyrics perfectly complemented a quiet but crowded concert. Elephant Micah’s Tuesday night performance came just after…