Chemistry Professor Thomas D. Varberg Receives Thomas Jefferson Award
David L. Blaney Inaugural Lecture as the G. Theodore Mitau Professor of Political Science
Internships in Global Issues
Mac students learn about international issues by partnering with local organizations.
Making an Impact
Macalester was named No. 2 by Princeton Review for graduating students who make a difference.
Macalester sophomore to receive Congressional Gold Medal this summer in Washington, DC
Making Math Beautiful
Applied mathematician and professional sculptor George Hart helped Macalester see the beauty in mathematical thinking.
The Macalester College Theatre and Dance Department presents Tennessee Williams’s The Glass Menagerie
Networking in D.C.
Through MacConnect DC, Joe Klein spent his spring break networking and talking about careers with Macalester alumni in Washington, D.C.
From Intern to Employee
With the support of the Macalester network, Haroon Bokhari '16 landed an investment banking job at Wells Fargo.
Circling the Globe with Soccer
After Macalester, Georgia Cloepfil ’14 landed spots on professional soccer teams in Australia and Sweden.
Studying in other countries was enriching in multiple ways for two Macalester student-athletes.
Actress and Playwright Danai Gurira ’01 to join Gary Hines ‘74, Sounds of Blackness Music Director and Producer, as Macalester’s Commencement Speakers
Intimidated by Data? Mac Meets You Where You Are
Handling complex data is essential in almost every field. At Macalester you can successfully learn data science from any starting point.
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.
Determined to find a challenging study away experience, Kendall Van Sistine ’16 spent a semester in Ho Chi Minh City.
Students visited Minnesota's Iron Range and found lessons relevant to their study of Mongolia.
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
From Macalester to Mayo
Her courses, along with her Department of Health experience, helped Alese Halvorson land a job at the famed Mayo Clinic.
Psychology class creates health ad campaigns directed at their fellow students.
Stony Brook University professor and artist George Hart to unveil sculpture at Macalester on March 22
Macalester students help preserve the memories of Rondo, a historically Black neighborhood in St. Paul.
Five students present academic findings at the Museum of Russian Art.
Macalester After Dark
From Summit to St. Clair, the campus was jumping on a warm Friday February night.
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.
Ballplayer and Teacher
A Mac athlete loves being on the baseball field—and in front of the classroom.
Macalester paired them up as first-year roommates. Now seniors, they've lived together ever since.
Peace Corps Producer
For the third year in a row, Macalester is a top sender of Peace Corps volunteers.
Macalester names Dean of the Career Development Center
Macalester students hosting Power Dialog – A discussion with Minnesota policy makers about the implementation of the Clean Power Plan
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Ned Molter '15 puts his research and scientific writing skills to work at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
Green Architecture Intern
When David Weiss interned with Locus Architecture, he saw how concepts from his environmental studies classes were applied in construction and remodeling.
The Inaugural Lecture of Daniel J. Hornbach as John S. Holl Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies
Human Rights Path
Zoe Bowman '16 explains how she chose a human rights concentration.
Coderoni and Kingdom Roots Take First
Student teams Coderoni and Kingdom Roots took first place at Macalester's two 24-hour competitions.
Evelyn Pugh ’19 was one of ten high schoolers who put together The Best American Nonrequired Reading of 2015.
Macalester is a top producer of U.S. Fulbright Students and Scholars
Excavating Community Knowledge
An educational studies professor empowers young people of color by making them researchers.
Thirty-fifth Annual G. Theodore Mitau Endowed Lecture with Prof. Ian F. Haney López
At the Movies
First-year course Film Analysis is a compelling mixture of theory and viewing.
Macalester holds fourth Macathon and first Funkathon ~ Feb. 19 - 20
When in Rome
Textbooks came alive for students who spent two weeks in January exploring Rome’s art, architecture, and history.
Consuelo Gutierrez-Crosby Recognized as National Bonner Fellow by the Bonner Foundation
Research and Teaching Labs
Students work in state-of-the art labs in the Oline Rice Science Center, with impressive equipment.
Slave Trade History
Students in Professor Linda Sturtz’s Transatlantic Slave Trade course read narratives written by former slaves and created maps to tell their stories.
Internships in the arts have helped three students realize that one can build a career in the art world.
Macalester Sociology Major Awarded Third Prize in Midwest Sociological Society Paper Competitions
Macalester student selected as a 2016 Frank Karel Fellow
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.