Macalester professor and undergraduate helped collect important new Cretaceous mammal skull in Madagascar
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.
A U of Minnesota program provides research experience, graduate school support for Mariah Geiger ’15.
Brianne Farley ’06 is building an impressive career as a children’s book author and illustrator.
Second in Command
A city focus on racial equity persuaded Kristin Beckmann ’92 to become St. Paul’s deputy mayor.
Semester Away, Summer in L.A.
Hannah Rehak '15 spent the summer in Los Angeles working for Zester Daily.
National Football Leaguer
Former Mac running back Daniel Ricci ’14 landed his first job with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Original research is the gold standard experience for undergraduate science students, and there’s no better place to conduct it than Macalester.
The Theatre and Dance Department presents Timepieces, the 2014 Fall Dance Concert
The 2014 Fall Dance Concert features new choreographic works by students, faculty, and guest artist Karen Charles.
Chemistry major Brian Carr enjoyed both the individual attention at Macalester and the experience of a research university lab.
Biology major Antsa Randriamihaja was awarded two fellowships, which supported her lab research and an independent project in Madagascar.
Research at 15,000 Feet
Alia Payne ’15 studied the effects of climate change on glaciers high in the Peruvian Andes.
Suicide Prevention Study
At the Minnesota Dept. of Health, Alese Halvorson ’15 contributed her statistical expertise to save lives.
Theatre and Dance and Music Departments Present “The Cradle Will Rock” November 6-8
"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.
A Macalester class spurred Grace Newton ’16 to ask new questions about being uprooted from her homeland.
Macalester awarded Career Ready Internship grant from Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corp.
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.
Mac Chemistry #1
If you’re a prospective chemistry student choosing a college, one factor to consider is research—Who is pushing the boundaries of what we know? Where can I be involved in research that will prepare me for the competitive world of graduate school or industry?
New Music Series Presents Music from Copland House
The acclaimed resident ensemble at Aaron Copland’s National Historic Landmark home in New York, has come to occupy a special place on the U.S. musical scene as perhaps this country’s only wide-ranging American repertory ensemble.
Macalester’s 21st Annual International Roundtable: “Migration” Oct. 8-11
The 2014 Macalester International Roundtable (IRT) will examine human MIGRATION as a dynamic and powerful social force shaping societies, past and present.
Three Macalester students receive Amy Ostermeier Human Rights Fellowships
The Amy Ostermeier Human Rights Fellowships, designed to support students who secure internships at human rights organizations, were awarded to Macalester students Emma Cederlund, Luiza Montesanti and Joseph Walker for the summer of 2014.
Long a hidden population at Macalester, first-generation college students are declaring themselves and supporting each other as never before.
Visualizing Swarm Theory
Karina Li '14 worked with Prof. Chad Topaz to create art that is a visual expression of swarm theory.
Author Daniel Gilbert to Speak at Opening Convocation Sept. 4
Author Daniel Gilbert, bestselling author of Stumbling on Happiness and professor of psychology at Harvard University, will speak at Macalester’s opening convocation at 11:30 a.m., Thu., Sept. 4, in the Alumni Gymnasium in the Leonard Center. The topic of his talk is “Stumbling on Happiness.”
Paige Moody ’16 used GIS and statistics skills to develop interactive maps of gardens and local food sources.
In Congressman Ellison’s district office, Jordan Lim ’15 learned firsthand about government and helping constituents.