Macalester African Music Ensemble Spring Concert
Join us for a night of traditional African music and dance, featuring Ghanaian dancers Patience Serwoh and Patience Boni, and the Ensemble alumni.
Research Led by Macalester Professor Kristi Curry Rogers Reveals New Insights into the Lives of Baby Dinosaurs
Research led by Macalester College Professor Kristi Curry Rogers published in "Science" sheds the first light on the life of a baby Rapetosaurus, whose 67-million-year-old fossil bones were found in Madagascar.
The Macalester College Theatre and Dance Department presents Tennessee Williams’s The Glass Menagerie
Actress and Playwright Danai Gurira ’01 to join Gary Hines ‘74, Sounds of Blackness Music Director and Producer, as Macalester’s Commencement Speakers
Two Macalester Seniors Receive Watson Fellowships
The fellowship, a one-year grant for international exploration, independent study and travel outside of the United States, is awarded annually.
Macalester professor receives Frederick Burkhardt Residential Fellowship for Recently Tenured Scholars
His project is titled, Equator Imagined: Commemorating Geodesic Science in the Andes.
Macalester to host symposium, April 28-30, on the Vietnam Antiwar Movement
In 1970, Macalester College hosted pivotal conference forging People’s Peace Treaty
Stony Brook University professor and artist George Hart to unveil sculpture at Macalester on March 22
Gary Hines ‘74, Sounds of Blackness Music Director and Producer, to speak at Macalester Commencement
Gary D. Hines, Music Director and Producer of the three-time, Grammy Award-Winning Sounds of Blackness and a 1974 Macalester graduate, will be the 2016 commencement speaker.
The Inaugural Lecture of Daniel J. Hornbach as John S. Holl Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies
Macalester Student to present at Human Development Conference
Macks' thesis, titled “Adapting to Urbanization: Internal Indigenous Migration in Chapod, Chile,” explores the impacts and pressures of modernization and urbanization on the rural Mapuche community of Chapod in southern Chile.
Banishing Night Terrors
Student entrepreneur Tyler Skluzacek ’16 finds success with an app inspired by his war vet father.
The Inaugural Lecture of Karen Saxe as DeWitt Wallace Professor of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science
As You Like It
The Macalester College Theatre and Dance Department presents As You Like It by William Shakespeare, in the Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center, Mainstage Theater, 1600 Grand Ave., St. Paul, Minn.
Macalester professor named 2015-16 Executive Leadership Fellow at the U of M’s Center for Integrative Leadership
Macalester professor receives Profiles in Courage Award from the Minnesota Association of Black Lawyers
Macalester professor Marlon James wins the Man Booker Prize for his novel “A Brief History of Seven Killings”
Macalester professor Marlon James has won the Man Booker Prize for Fiction, considered the most prestigious prize in literature, for his book A Brief History of Seven Killings. James is the first writer from Jamaica to win in the prize's 47-year history.