- Oct 7 International Roundtable Opening Plenary and Reception
- Oct 9 Family Fest 2015
- Oct 9 Collabortive Summer Research Poster Fair
- Oct 9 Petting Zoo
- Oct 9 Family Fest Sampler
- Oct 10 Family Fest 2015
- Oct 15 A Culture of Suspicion: Policing and Surveillance in Interwar French West Africa
- Oct 15 Surely the Stories Exist to be Told
- Oct 15 Vanessa Rousseau on “Looted Art and Archaeology: A Brief History and Discussion in honor of International Archaeology Day”
- Oct 15 Alley Garden and Native Garden Awards Celebration
Macalester Provost named President at Whitman College
November 13, 2014
Kathleen M. Murray, who has been Macalester's Provost since July 2008, has been named the 14th President of Whitman College in Walla Walla, Wash.
Macalester names new Vice President for Advancement
November 5, 2014
D. Andrew Brown, Assistant Vice President for Development at the University of Minnesota Foundation, has been named Macalester College's Vice President for Advancement beginning January 1, 2015. President Brian Rosenberg made the announcement today.
Geology Professor Ray Rogers and alumna Madeline Marshall ‘12, a current University of Chicago graduate student studying paleontology, were part of a small team exploring 68 million-year-old rocks in northwestern Madagascar in 2010.
The 2014 Fall Dance Concert features new choreographic works by students, faculty, and guest artist Karen Charles.
"The Cradle Will Rock" is a collaboration between the Theatre and Dance Department and the Music Department; its cast of 28 makes it one of the largest Mainstage productions of recent years.
The Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation has awarded Macalester College a Career Ready Internship grant for the 2014-2015 academic year in the amount of $60,022. The corporation awarded a total of $5.2 million in new grants to Macalester and 39 other colleges and universities in Iowa, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin allowing students with financial need to reap the educational and career-boosting benefits of paid internships.