Wiffle Ball Hero
A Gazelle and Flesh-Eating Beetles
Students talk about their favorite locations around campus, from restaurants to dance halls.
Photos: Fall 2013 Week 6
Photos: Fall 2013 Week 5
A Look at Doty
Alysia Jones '17 takes a tour of her residence hall floor.
Why Global Health Matters
Christy Hanson, dean for the Institute of Global Citizenship, explains why global health matters.
Photos: Fall 2013 Week 4
Photos: Fall 2013 Week 3
Fall 2013 Week 2 Photos
Fall 2013 Week 1 Photos
Two Jazz Combos talk about their musical stylings.
There’s no better way to learn a foreign language than immersing yourself in it. Macalester’s six language houses make that possible.
Senior Week 2013
Photos of the Week - No. 14
A new student space opened on campus in the lower level of the campus center.
Engaging with Faith
Once determined to avoid matters religious, Kyle Coombs ’14 has found a home at Mac’s Center for Religious and Spiritual Life.
Photos of the Week - No. 13
Iva Djurovic '13 worked with the World Bank on infant and maternal health and was selected for the World Health Organization’s Neglected Tropical Diseases Conference.
Photos of the Week - No. 12
Life of a Library
Photos of the Week - No. 11
On Thursday April 4, Macalester's observatory was open to the public. Astronomy students were on hand to explain cool nebulae, star clusters, and planets.
Photos of the Week - No. 10
Anthropology April Fools' Day
Photos of the Week - No. 9
Construction Project Photos
Every year students celebrate Founders Day with a friendly game of Pushball on Macalester's Old Main Lawn.
Founders Day 2013
Photos of the Week - No. 6
Pushball - a Macalester Tradition
From Paris to St. Paul
Macalester Under the Microscope
A new exhibit at Macalester in the Smail Gallery.
African Music Ensemble
Photos of the Week - No. 5
Guest Lecture: Fred Swaniker '99
Fred Swaniker '99, Mac alum and founder of the African Leadership Academy, delivered the Keynote Address of the Macalester Connect+ Leadership Conference.
Photos of the Week - No. 4
Ever seen the white squirrel on campus, or the black one with the skimpy tail? According to students, Mac squirrels are extra friendly but perhaps a little spoiled.
Third Week of Spring Semester
Art Major Taylor Champoux
Mac Weekly writer Anna van Voorhis profiled studio art major Taylor Champoux.