From Macalester to Sokone, Senegal
Erika Jerme '05 joined the Peace Corps after graduation to see the world for herself.
Hannah Warman ‘13 spent the summer in Rwanda as a student researcher.
Politics in Cameroon
Sasha Lansky ’14 (Amherst, Mass.) offers some reflections on her experience meeting a Cameroonian political opposition candidate with classmate Mackey Borg '14 (Honolulu, Hawaii).
Springtime in Paris
While studying abroad in the City of Light, Kerry Alexander ’12 learned as much from her job as from her books.
Addressing Child Welfare
Children of the World was the topic at the 2011 International Roundtable. Two students talked about participating with leaders in the field of child protection.
Krista Moore '10 worked for former President Jimmy Carter and is now attending graduate school in France.
Paving the Rhodes to Oxford
An outstanding student, deeply engaged on campus, with a passion to do good? The Rhodes committee says 'Hello' to Keon West '06.
Why French and Francophone Studies?
The Department of French and Francophone Studies endorses Macalester College’s mission of providing its students with a broad liberal arts education that emphasizes the vital importance of internationalism and multiculturalism.
Senior French Minors, Elizabeth Hallgren and Allison Korbey recently participated in the book launch of International Studies Professor Zeynep Gürsel’s “Image Brokers.” Both provided responses to the book. Hallgren’s response “Media Production: the case of Syria” and Kobey’s response “Image brokers today and in the future?”
Deadline to apply for Study Away for the 2017-2018 Academic year is December 2, 2016
The Wall Street Journal published an article that ranks Foreign Languages and Literatures as one of the top paying liberal arts majors. Please click HERE to read the article.