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Women’s tennis is ready for the season

doddhern@grinnell.edu The Grinnell women’s tennis team is preparing for competition at the Midwest Conference, their first with the new Coach Paige Madara since she came from Washington University in St. Louis and Washington Lee University. The team has changed their training routines and set new goals in preparation for the season.  “We have both on-court…

Women’s golf breaks records again

rusevero@grinnell.edu The eight members of Grinnell’s Women’s golf team started off the season strong, winning their first two games, and in last week’s home game against William Penn University, even breaking the school record.       “[We broke the record] by one shot, but yeah we broke the school record,” said golfer Anisha Agarwalla…

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EatChewAlive, a unique ode to Iowa

By Merlin Matthews matthews17@grinnell.edu An exhibition of the works of John Schlue titled “EatChewAlive” opened at the Grinnell Arts Center last Thursday, Sept. 8. “EatChewAlive” features nine paintings with oil paint and acrylic felt on canvas. Schlue’s work came to the Grinnell Arts Center through Stephen Beck ’14, who grew up with Schlue in Belle…

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Artist Profile: Josh Anthony ’17

Josh Anthony ’17 considers himself a newcomer to the art world, but has already created work that is fresh and thought provoking as it meditates on the commonplace. Anthony sat down with the S&B’s Keli Vitaioli to discuss process, progress and the potential of his art in the future. The S&B: How did you get…

Farmers Market now accepting SNAP program

By Zane Silk silkniha@grinnell.edu The Grinnell Farmers Market has just introduced a new program that contradicts the common image of markets as the domain of hipsters and yuppies; it has started accepting payment for all vendors through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly and still commonly referred to as food stamps. This decision, spearheaded…