Music and Freedom
A first-year class connects philosophy, politics, and history with music ranging from Mozart to Mingus.
Professor Nadya Nedelsky publishes book on post-Cold War Central and Eastern Europe
Hometown Human Rights
Macalester students gain skills while interning at Minneapolis-based Advocates for Human Rights.
Tweeting from Libya
Ellen Noble ’13 analyzed tweets (over 7,000 of them) to explore the ways in which social media was used by Libyans to challenge the dominant hero-victim narrative of humanitarian crises.
United Nations Intern
After sending an email to a Macalester alumnus she’d never met, Jolena Zabel ’16 spent the summer in Washington, D.C., interning with the United Nations Population Fund.
Researching refugee response
When Angela Butel chose to write about Cameroonian refugees for a Macalester class project, she didn’t know that she would be one of the first people to tackle the subject.
Superimposing Brittany Lynk’s life path onto a world map would make for a gloriously squiggly mess.
Students receive U.S. State Department Critical Language Scholarship
Two students have been awarded the U.S. State Department Critical Language Scholarship (CLS)
Working for Human Rights Watch, Omar El Zoheiry ’13 dealt with the fallout from the Egyptian revolution.
Ezequiel Jimenez Martinez ’13 gained plenty of knowledge of global law during a semester in the Netherlands.
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