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S&Bar Hop: Grinnell Craft Brewhouse
S&Bar Hop: Grinnell Craft Brewhouse
Allison Moore, Staff Writer • March 4, 2024
From left: Pub masters George Matthes `25 and Anne Mester `26 bring personal interests and quirky questions to weekly Pub quiz events.
Pub quiz is risky quizness at Grinnell
Addie Persian, Staff writer • March 4, 2024
The Grinnellephants, Grinnell College’s ultimate frisbee open team, is aiming to make a repeat appearance at nationals for a third season in a row.
Grinnell College Ultimate Frisbee Open Team eyes repeat nationals appearance
Zoe Zappas, Staff Writer • March 4, 2024
Students attend a Back to Bargaining Rally outside of Joe Rosenfield `25 Center on Feb. 28.
Union Bargaining Resumes
Zach Spindler-Krage, News Editor • March 4, 2024

The Union of Grinnell Student Dining Workers (UGSDW) and Grinnell College returned to the bargaining table on Wednesday, Feb. 28, ending months of uncertainty and dueling Unfair Labor Practice (ULP) complaints....

The Brooklyn Opera House was officially reopened to the public after massive renovation efforts.
Brooklyn Opera House thrives after nearly 50 year hiatus
Allison Moore, Staff Writer • March 4, 2024
Temperatures swelled to 70 degrees as the false spring beckoned Grinnell students into the outdoors this past week.
Photo Series: False Spring in full swing
Marc Duebener, Photographer • March 4, 2024
Michelle Trujillo answers questions from film students during the Q&A portion after screenings of her short films.
Experimental filmmaker Michelle Trujillo talks cultural borderlands
Claire Giannosa, Staff Writer • March 4, 2024
Students attend a Back to Bargaining Rally outside of Joe Rosenfield `25 Center on Feb. 28.
Union Bargaining Resumes
Zach Spindler-Krage, News Editor • March 4, 2024

The Union of Grinnell Student Dining Workers (UGSDW) and Grinnell College returned to the bargaining table on Wednesday, Feb. 28, ending months of uncertainty and dueling Unfair Labor Practice (ULP) complaints. The last bargaining negotiations were held...

Temperatures swelled to 70 degrees as the false spring beckoned Grinnell students into the outdoors this past week.
Photo Series: False Spring in full swing
Marc Duebener, Photographer • March 4, 2024

   

Carl Olson-Skog `24, Carlie Duus `24, Max Kasten `26, Elsa Kasten `24, and Zade Mullin `24 invite few visitors, but, in exchange, they offer warm food, games, and a good time to all who enter.
Cribz: A funhouse at 1020 East st.
Allison Moore, Staff Writer • February 26, 2024
The team has been practicing this week for their next two games against St. Olaf College and Luther College both on Sunday, March 3.
Grinnell Softball winds up as season starts
Eleanor Corbin, Editor-in-Chief • March 1, 2024

The Grinnell College softball team spent their week gearing up for their second weekend of doubleheader games to kick off their season. The Pioneers...

Ava Rodriguez `26 walks past cheering onlookers during the Midwest Conference Championships.
Swim and dive makes waves as teams extend MWC streak
Henry Horn, Staff Writer • February 26, 2024

The Grinnell swimming and diving teams continued their dominance in the Midwest Conference (MWC) championships, with the men increasing their...

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Comic: The Scariest Things on Halloween in Grinnell
Comic: The Scariest Things on Halloween in Grinnell
Gabriela Roznawska, Graphic Designer • October 30, 2023

Comic: The Feast of the Grand High Ghost to Which All are Invited
Comic: The Feast of the Grand High Ghost to Which All are Invited
Henry Loomis, Graphic Designer • October 30, 2023

Comic: The Spookiest Time of the Year at D-Hall
Comic: The Spookiest Time of the Year at D-Hall
Khanh Do, Graphic Designer • October 30, 2023

Relish restaurateurs cook up new co-op housing initiative for students
Natalie Ng, Staff Writer • February 19, 2024

Restaurateur and former Grinnell College Imam Kamal Hammouda and his wife Laura Fendt live in a large, picturesque house on Park Street, decorated...

Michelle Trujillo answers questions from film students during the Q&A portion after screenings of her short films.
Experimental filmmaker Michelle Trujillo talks cultural borderlands
Claire Giannosa, Staff Writer • March 4, 2024

Experimental filmmaker Michelle Trujillo said her craft starts with the stories both behind her, from ancestral histories, and ahead of her,...

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The Brooklyn Opera House was officially reopened to the public after massive renovation efforts.
Brooklyn Opera House thrives after nearly 50 year hiatus
Allison Moore, Staff Writer • March 4, 2024

When Josh Gerard, a born-and-raised Brooklyn, Iowa resident, first stepped into the newly renovated Brooklyn Opera House, old memories of the...

Horoscope: Which residence hall are you?
Horoscope: Which residence hall are you?
Tired Taurus and Pisces Player March 4, 2024

Aries: Norris  March 21-April 19   You would assume that the most financially mindful sign wouldn’t incur the most fines, but it’s...

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