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Grinnell Campus Tour 2011

images and descriptions of various buildings and spaces on campus.
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Sarah Gale

on 17 August 2011

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Transcript of Grinnell Campus Tour 2011

North Campus Gates-Rawson Tower connects Gates Hall and Rawson Hall, two of the 9 dorms on North Campus.

The residence halls are all connected by loggia, over covered walkways. Basketball/volleyball court: 1,250 seat Darby Gymnasium
An auxillary practice gymnasium
8,000 square foot fitness center
500-seat natatorium with 50-meter pool and moveable bulkheads
6 lane 200-meter fieldhouse with seating for 400 The Charles Benson Bear '39 Recreation and Athletic Center offices for physical education and athletics staff and faculty
classroom and practice space
climbing and bouldering walls
locker rooms
concession lounge with wireless Internet access and seating area East Campus 4 residence halls (the newest!), with air conditioning and elevators.

located across Mac Field, facing North Campus. Joe Rosenfield '25 Center primary campus center at Grinnell
offices
meeting and lounge spaces
the Marketplace (Grinnell’s dining hall) Spencer Grill
mailroom
game room
art gallery Robert N. Noyce '49
Science Center offices and classrooms for biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics & statistics, physics, and psychology

Kistle Science Library South Campus 6 residence halls
closed loggia
Bob's Underground Cafe
Gardner Lounge Burling Library Reference Desk
Listening Room
Inter-Library Loan Service
Interactive Instructional Facility
Print and Drawing Study Room
Iowa Room and College Archives 775,000 volumes
33,000 audio and video recordings
25,000 microforms
subscriptions to 2,600 serial titles in paper and microform and almost 20,000 electronic journal titles. Bucksbaum Center for the Arts Roberts Theatre (seats 450)
Flanagan Black Box Theatre
Dance studio
Enlarged scene-building shop with welding shop
Faulconer Gallery
Sebring Lewis Hall (seats 350)
sound studio
ethnomusicology room
visual art studio space No religious affiliation, but the College was founded by Congregationalists Now, chapel is host to all kinds of events:
services
concerts and recitals
lectures
discussions Herrick Chapel Alumni Recitation Hall (ARH) Meredith AudioVisual Center (seats 158)

classrooms and offices for the following departments:
Classics
French
German
Russian
Spanish

Alternative Language Study Option
Writing Lab
Office of Curricular Technology The Town and the Grounds
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