The Grinnellian: an e-newsletter for Grinnell alumni and friends October 2019
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Paul Simmons ’79 and Michele Clark New anthropology travel fund allows students to examine foreign cultures

Paul Simmons ’79 and Michele Clark established a research learning fund to give adventurous sprits the opportunity to explore. Learn more >>

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 Basketball Alumni Weekend
 Nov. 1–2

 Together We're Greater:
 Nov. 6 at 6 p.m.

 Together We're Greater:
 New York
 Nov. 20 at 6 p.m.

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 The Grinnell Alumni Externship
 Program is for students interested
 in career exploration with
 Grinnell alumni. Hosts are needed
 for the program in March 2020.
 Learn more >>

Sarah Purcell ’92 discusses the civil war with students in a history class.
History professor wins award for student research mentoring

Sarah Purcell ’92 receives honor from the Council of Undergraduate Research. Learn more >>

Alumni invited to share thoughts about possible student union expansion

The Grinnell College Board of Trustees is currently in the process of seeking input about potential student union expansion from various College stakeholders. Alumni and friends are invited to share thoughts for Trustees to consider as the Board deliberates about student union expansion.
Share your feedback >>

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Paying a life-changing journey forward

Matheos Mesfin’s ’14 transformative experience at Grinnell College led him to create the Institute for East African Councils on Higher Education. Learn more>>
Mathoes Mesfin ’14
Text: Trivia. What two buildings on Grinnell's Campus are listed on the National Register of Historic Places? Reply to this email to send in your answer. The first five correct responces gets a prize. Image: A historical book open to a page with an roman or greek illustration. Text: The College moves the Salisbury House Library Collection to Campus.
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