And: Team-Taught Courses Amplify Learning for Students and Professors
Team-taught courses bring together Mac experts across disciplines to explore the terrain—and sometimes, the tensions—of complex topics.
Features and Articles
Game for Anything
Annie VanderMeer '03 unpacks a career in creating video games.
Learning Across the Aisle
The new Congress to Campus program is part of the college’s focus on helping students learn how to engage across difference.
The Art of Not Making Plans
Emel Sherzad ’89, co-owner of the recently closed Khyber Pass Café, relishes his improvised life.
Lecture Notes: Happiness in the Nineteenth Century
Professor Juliette Rogers of French and Francophone studies created a course about French nineteenth-century thinkers, writers, and artists and their pursuit of happiness.
YouTuber Carter Stacy ’24 is “Interesting”
The junior's YouTube channel "That Is Interesting" has over 155,000 subscribers and counting.
Hip Hip Hooray for Mac Athletics
Read more about recent wins from Macalester athletic teams.
Shelf Conscious: Arthur Mitchell
Ever wonder about all those books lining professors' office? We're with you.
Work Wisdom: Carson Chen ’15
The senior data scientist at LinkedIn shares lessons he's learned on his career journey.
Mad Science with Caroline Duncombe ’18
Duncombe's improv show invites Seattle-area scientists to present their work, which improvisers then create a set about the research.
Our Global Lens: Past, Present, and Future
President Rivera writes about Macalester's commitment to internationalism and global citizenship.
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