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Cypher club provides alternative freestyle and beat forum

By Lily Bohlke bohlkeli@grinnell.edu If you walk into Gardner Lounge on a Wednesday or Saturday night, you’ll hear homemade beats and rotating freestyles from the Cypher Club. This club is a student-run organization intended to provide a freestyle forum that serves as an alternative space different from other parts of campus. Cypher Club came from…

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Limelight: The Wellness

The Wellness has made an impression at student music forums like the newly minted Tiny Dorm concerts, as well as the Grinnellian last year. The band, which is made up of Nathan Calvin ’18, Jacob Getzoff ’18, Justin Leuba ’18, Corey Simmonds ’17 and Michael Owusu ’17, was formed spring semester of last year. This…

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Art House bridges divide between art and students

By Candace Mettle mettleca@grinnell.edu Watch out, Bucksbaum, there’s a new Art House in town. Last year, Jinlin He ’18 and Qianxue “Sno” Zhao ’19 decided to bring a student residential art space to Grinnell to foster and increase recognition of abilities and interest. Thus, Art House on 1023 Park St. was born just a couple…

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On campus farm initiated by Center for Prairie Studies

By Michael Cummings cummings@grinnell.edu Students passionate about local foods could soon be able to get their hands dirtier in the realm of food justice — literally. Grinnell College may become home to its very own on campus farm, as a proposal initiated by the Center for Prairie Studies may soon get the administrative green light….

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Day in the Life: Phoebe Schreckinger ’19

8:30 a.m.—Hold down power button for 5 seconds. The machine is starting up. 9:00 a.m.—Grab reserve battery pack, you never know. 9:15 a.m.—We find our Hero among her contemporaries. Bustling and buzzing — they are getting ready for another day at the hive. 9:30 a.m.—Pretend to drink cup of coffee. If they see you participating…

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Tiny Dorm Concerts put self-gov in music

By Cassidy Hilburn hilburnc@grinnell.edu It’s a Saturday night, an hour before Harris. Many Grinnellians, rather than getting ready to go out, stand in respectful silence, waiting for their classmate to finish tuning her guitar. On Saturday, Sept. 3 in Food House, a crowd of students found a worthwhile pregame alternative: something called a Tiny Dorm…