HHMI Young Researchers
From pain to tiny arachnids, Nicole Mathews applied concepts from her science courses as she pursued answers to real-world questions in the lab.
Tiny Australian Arachnids
Collecting specimens in Australia and identifying them in the lab taught Michelle Coblens a lot about the power of original research.
Health Policy Pursuits
Jyothi Dhanwada researches pain and has interned on a U.S. Senate committee in Washington to learn firsthand about the intersection of science and health policy.
Rivers of Electricity
Noah Lupu-Gladstein explored cutting-edge thermoelectrics research in Professor James Heyman’s physics lab.
Clues from Antarctica
As part of a Keck Consortium research project, Hali Englert studied rocks from Antarctica for what they can tell us about climate change.
Reef Diving in Belize
Ilian DeCorte made daily scuba dives in Belize to learn why otherwise endangered coral were thriving there.
A Database of Brains
Bioinformatics at Harvard–MIT’s Health Sciences and Technology Program allowed Issa Ali to combine his research interests in computer science, biology and chemistry.
Rocks Tell the Story
In Glacier National Park, Emily Diener and Eric Stephens took core samples that illuminate the geological history of the landscape.
Three Macalester students receive new Joan Adams Mondale Endowed Scholarship
Football Takes Conference Title
Geology in Glacier Park
At Glacier National Park, Emily Diener used core samples from lakes to investigate their geological history.
Trees and Climate Change
Trees store carbon, which helps mitigate climate change. Eli Liebman investigated this process in northern Michigan.
In Marcos Ortega’s lab, Djoser Ramsey investigated how to interrupt the reproduction of viruses, such as one that causes lymphoma.
From the Farm to the Lab
Economics major Cody Dail is using the many resources at his disposal to prepare himself for medical school.
Science is Discovery
With the support of a Beckmann grant, Charles Benck ’15 is conducting research aimed at new ways to combat pain.
Macalester Provost named President at Whitman College
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.
Football Going to Conference Championship
The Macalester Football team is heading to Illinois to play for the Midwest Conference championship.
Mac Chemistry #1
The Chemistry Department is #1 per capita in National Science Foundation grants for undergraduate research among its 40 peer colleges.
Two students talk about their internship experiences.
Worth 1000 Words
In Professor Eric Carroll’s photography class, students looked with new eyes at Macalester past and present.
Two students talk about their internship experiences.
A new course brings together climate science and economics to determine efficient ways to address climate change.
Soccer from Both Sides
Will Matsuda ’15 enjoys soccer from two perspectives, as both varsity athlete and photographer.
The Class of 2014: After Mac
We checked in with a few members of the Class of 2014 to see what their first year out of college looks like.
Allies across (Dis)ability
Maddie Kornfeld and Marium Ibrahim went to the experts to discover what it takes to build alliances between people with and without disabilities.
New Faculty Faces
A Man for All Seasons
Civility and Its Discontents
Life on the River
The Mississippi, flowing just a mile from campus, exerts a strong pull on student life at Macalester.
Rumor Has It
We dig deep to discover the truth behind Macalester’s most enduring myths, legends, and mysteries.
The Bush Foundation has launched a fellowship program to promote diversity in philanthropic leadership.
Denitza Batchvarova ’06 uses her business skills to help run a company promoting mixed martial arts.
Macalester names new Vice President for Advancement
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.
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.
By the Miles
A traditionally beautiful, leafy campus, Macalester College is also the portal to everything a metropolitan area of three million people has to offer.
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.
O-Chem Research, Two Views
Sometimes the most demanding subjects are the ones you can’t let go of.
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.