There’s no better way to learn a foreign language than immersing yourself in it. Macalester’s six language houses make that possible.
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).
Exploring Energy Efficiency
Rosie Mate ’12 focused on physics, French, environmental studies, and economics at Macalester. She studies energy efficiency from different perspectives, too.
Springtime in Paris
While studying abroad in the City of Light, Kerry Alexander ’12 learned as much from her job as from her books.
Macalester Grants Tenure Status to Juliette M. Rogers
Macalester College has granted tenure status to Juliette M. Rogers, associate professor in the French and Francophone Studies Department. Rogers holds a BA from Oberlin College and a PhD from Duke University. She came to Macalester from the University of New Hampshire, Durham, where she was an associate professor of French. She joined the Macalester faculty in 2010.
For three weeks in July, Seong Kyul Park ’12—along with 20 other American and Rwandese participants—studied genocide and reconstruction in Kigali, Rwanda, through a summer program offered by the Interdisciplinary Genocide Studies Center (IGSC).
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.
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