Fall 2013 Week 2 Photos
Fall 2013 Week 1 Photos
It seems unlikely that a collection of rocks, acorns, and other natural materials could result in more than random landscape. But at Macalester’s Ordway Field Station last spring, students created art from materials supplied by Mother Nature.
When Erin Bortz ‘14 studied in New Zealand, she joined volunteer efforts to help a community still recovering from earthquakes.
Media in Morocco
John “Tanur” Badgley ’14 spent a semester in Morocco studying journalism.
Researching refugee response
When Angela Butel chose to write about Cameroonian refugees for a Macalester class project, she didn’t know that she would be one of the first people to tackle the subject.
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Anthropology April Fools' Day
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Construction Project Photos
Studio Art Projects
Students in Professor Megan Vossler’s Expanded Drawing and Mixed Media class presented their first projects recently.
Erin Schultz '14 spent a semester sailing in the Caribbean.
Founders Day 2013
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Pushball - a Macalester Tradition
Delia Sie '13
An English major sets out to better understand Chinese culture during study abroad in Kunming.
Two Lenses on Cambodia
It was a richer experience when students and faculty from religious studies and economics studied together in the kingdom of Cambodia.
Macalester Under the Microscope
A new exhibit at Macalester in the Smail Gallery.
African Music Ensemble
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Winners from spring 2012 study abroad
Third Week of Spring Semester
Second Week of Spring Semester
First Week of Spring Semester
One Night at Macalester
Digging for Dinosaurs
"My time in Madagascar showed me that important scientific discoveries happen all the time." more
Orchestra and Choir Fall 2012
Macalester Choir and Orchestra performing in fall 2012
Picking Bones in Montana
Three geology majors spent the summer studying fossils that tell the story of the ancient wetlands of Montana’s Upper Missouri River Breaks.
Cultural Anthro Class
In this first-year course they learn about communities, anthropology and each other.
Fabulous Field Trips
Macalester's location makes it easy for students to enjoy both urban and rural field trips.
Let's Get Physical
It’s 2:20 on a Friday afternoon. Classes are winding down for the week, but inside the Theatre and Dance Department’s black box studio, the energy levels are just ramping up.
Galileo on Trial
Students in HIST 294—Science, Magic, and Belief—reenacted the 1632 trial to decide whether Galileo’s science was a crime against the Catholic Church.