April, 2015

Heritage Term

Exploring Indigenous cultures and social movements in Bolivia.

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 Elevator Pitch

Francesco Nutricato '17 gives his elevator pitch in–where else–an elevator.

Multilingual Internship

The ability to speak multiple languages helped Ellie Bekmanis ’16 land a job with the European Union.

Macalester professor pens book about Templars and the Third Crusade

Holmgren Chronicles

With the autobiographical play God Girl, former minister Kristine Holmgren '75 kicks off a new career as a playwright.

Overcoming Obstacles

Dean of Geographers

Farm Strong

Mighty Microscope

The Lost Art

Failing at Failure

President Rosenberg examines the lessons that can be learned from failure.

Breaking Out

How to Be a Better Scot

Taking it to the next level with some advice from your Macalester friends.

From Fielding to Delivering

Anna Munson ’15 is poised to join a different kind of team—a medical one, as a nurse-midwife.

Sunny With a Chance of Snowballs

Macalester professor researching book re feminism in post-communist Poland

Newman Civic Fellow Award goes to Macalester Student

Macalester student selected as a 2015 Frank Karel Fellow

Macalester Goes 100% Solar and Could Save Millions of Dollars with SunEdison

Facilities Upgrades Taking Shape on Campus

Sher Afgan Tareen After Mac

Sher Afgan Tareen - PhD program at Florida State University reflects on his life now

The Macalester College Theatre and Dance Department presents Stitchworks, the Spring 2015 Dance Concert

Justice in The Hague

HRH concentrators discuss their internships in the Netherlands

Building a Website

With guidance from the Mac alumni network, four students learned how to apply computer science to a global humanitarian project.

Criminal Justice Research

Charlie Stanton makes use of the Twin Cities with nearby internships.

Young Alumni Paths

Young alumni reflect on their lives now.

Invitation to St. Paul residents for Climate Preparedness training on May 1st

Macalester Names Economics Professor Karine Moe As Provost

Macalester students’ project will provide educational opportunities for migrant students in rural China

Macalester students’ project will provide educational opportunities for migrant students in rural China

March, 2015

Macalester Professor Named American Council on Education Fellow

The Macalester College Theatre and Dance Department Presents Fahrenheit 451, April 9-11

American Lawns

Geography major Amy Lebowitz ’15 explores the meaning of the great American front yard.

A Journalist's Journey

Ben Bartenstein ’16 is well on his way to a career as an international reporter.

Macalester professor receives two grants to support research next year in Latin America

Geography Prof. Eric D. Carter was given both an American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Fellowship and a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award.

National Parks Intern

Intern Olivia Nelson worked on water quality issues at Coldwater Spring, a nearby national park on the Mississippi River.

Temporary Nomad

Nathaniel Williams wanted to study in a country beyond his comfort zone. His choice: Mongolia.

Making Monologues

Award-winning novelist/professor Marlon James and actor/director/professor Harry Waters, Jr. team up to teach a new course.

VP for Student Affairs, Laurie Hamre, Wins 2015 Thomas Jefferson Award

Eye Tracking in Vienna

Mihaela Barokova ’15 interns at the University of Vienna while studying away in Germany.

The Inaugural Lecture of Thomas Halverson as DeWitt Wallace Professor of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science

Macalester Professor’s book offers new perspective on the Qur’an and modern Islam in Turkey

Real-World Experience

Thanks to the Winter Mann-Hill Fellowships, every winter break there are students out in the world exploring career interests in health care or medicine.

Macalester English Prof. Marlon James scheduled to be on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” Tuesday, March 3

El-Kati Lectureship: “Black Feminism in Today’s Pop Culture: Pleasure. Desire. Purposeful Transgression.”

This year’s Mahmoud El-Kati Distinguished Lectureship in American Studies will present a Rap Sessions Panel titled “Black Feminism in Today’s Pop Culture: Pleasure. Desire. Purposeful Transgression.”

February, 2015