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Grinnell Schools Display Art

Karol Sadkowski sadkowsk@grinnell.edu   The Stewart Gallery at the Grinnell Arts Center is now hosting the annual art exhibition of the Grinnell-Newburg middle and high schools. The exhibition opened on Thursday, Feb. 4, and high school art teacher Janet Ahrens explained the planning behind the gallery. This year’s collection includes visual works such as drawing…

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Changes to advisor role spark controversy

Michael Cummings, Staff Writer cummings@grinnell.edu Almost 100 people crowded into JRC 209 the night of Monday, Dec. 7, for an impromptu meeting that had been called just hours previously by the SGA Cabinet. Many in attendance expressed surprise over the sheer number of students who had shown up, especially with the packed schedules and sleep…

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Feminist Stickers to cover campus

Yishi Liang, Editor-in-Chief liangyis@grinnell.edu At the beginning of spring semester, Grinnell students can expect to see a very unique publication atop the mailroom tables. Hannah Kelley ’16 is publishing a feminist sticker book with designs by her and 15 other students. Kelley, a gender, women’s and sexualities studies and studio art double major, got the…

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Grinnell votes on incumbents

Emily ricker rickerem@grinnell.edu This past Tuesday, Nov. 3, Grinnell residents cast their votes in Grinnell’s municipal elections. Four seats were up for election: Mayor, Councilman At Large and City Council Members for the second and fourth wards. Although all candidates were incumbents running unopposed on the ballot, local organizers stressed the importance of the electorate…

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Jung trips out Smith Gallery

Keli Vitaoli vitaoli@grinnell.edu Pulsating lights and extensive twists of multi-colored fabric set the scene for the Smith Gallery show Lucidare by Elli Jung ’16. The show features ten printed pieces and six sculptures all in bold colors intending to give viewers a feeling of disorientation. “The aim of the show is pure sensory absorption. I…

Churchill: the poetic politician

LILY SEIBERT seibertl@grinnell.edu Yesterday, Oct. 1, the Grinnell History Department welcomed Dr. Jonathan Rose to speak about his recent work surrounding the literary life of Winston Churchill. During his talk, Rose delved into the different facets of Churchill’s life, ranging from politics to war to human rights activism and how his love for the theatre…