Clementina Sánchez '14 and four other Mac students and alumni reached the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro together.
Professor Nadya Nedelsky publishes a book on post-Cold War Central and Eastern Europe.
Macalester Named a Most Promising Place to Work in Student Affairs at Baccalaureate and Liberal Arts Institutions for 2015
GIS for Public Health
Students used GIS to investigate critical public health problems including lead poisoning; vaccine refusal; and health care in the West Bank, Palestine.
Research & Development at 3M
Four Mac students are working paid internships at 3M, gaining valuable experience with an industry leader.
Speeding Up the Green Line
Ha Song Pham ’15 used statistical analysis to help light rail shave 15 minutes off the travel time between St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Five Macalester students receive U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship to study critical need language this summer
Special Visitor to Asian Languages and Cultures Class
Vice President Walter Mondale visited "Narratives of Alienation: 20th Century Japanese Fiction and Film" taught by Arthur Mitchell.
Dr. Catharine Lealtad, Macalester's first African American graduate
2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the graduation of Dr. Catharine Lealtad, Macalester's first African American graduate. The late Dr. Lealtad earned a double major degree in chemistry and history in 1915 with highest honors.
Global Citizenship Awards
2015 Global Citizenship Student Awards recognize outstanding work with communities near and far.
Class of 2015
With many successes behind them, and new challenges before them, members of the Class of 2015 are ready to head out on their own.
The ability to speak multiple languages helped Ellie Bekmanis ’16 land a job with the European Union.
From Fielding to Delivering
Anna Munson ’15 is poised to join a different kind of team—a medical one, as a nurse-midwife.
The Macalester College Theatre and Dance Department presents Stitchworks, the Spring 2015 Dance Concert
Building a Website
With guidance from the Mac alumni network, four students learned how to apply computer science to a global humanitarian project.