Photos of the Week - No. 4
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.
Gingerbread Houses Fall 2012
MASECA's Eid and Diwali Dinner
Dog Days Fall 2012
First Snow of the Year
Fall Dance Concert Face to Face
Mac Pics Fall Gallery Opening
Winter Ball 2012
Alumni Trip to Turkey 2012
On October 23, a group of alumni embarked on the 2012 trip to Turkey, where they visited Istanbul, viewed ancient ruins, and took a four-day yacht trip along the Turquoise Coast. They returned two weeks later with new sights, knowledge, and friendship. Photos by Gabrielle Lawrence '73.
The Piraq Causa [Who is Still to Blame?]
World Philosophy Day with Dessa
Spending a term abroad confirmed for Stephanie Vilendrer ’13 her desire to be a doctor. more
Speak Series - You play ball like a girl
Romeo and Juliet: Start to Finish
The play beings in Lowe Dayton Commons in this devised theater version of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.
South Africa Adventures
Two Mac students had very different study abroad experiences in Cape Town last year.
First-Year Dinners 2012
Physical Theater, Robert Rosen's Class
To prepare for working in the world’s most populated country, Sam Frost ’13 spent a semester speaking only Chinese.
Cultural House Poetry Slam
Annual Eid-ul-Adha Celebration
American Studies Halloween
International Roundtable 2012
The seats were full as speakers from ag businesses and international scholars discussed the future of food.
Hannah Warman ‘13 spent the summer in Rwanda as a student researcher.
A geography degree, a facility with Spanish, and photography skills have landed Ross Donihue ’11 a National Geographic Young Explorers Grant.
Presidential Debate Screening Fall 2012
Cone of Light
Students experiment with the film "Line Describing a Cone."
MAC in the City 2012
View photos from MAC in the City 2012, an annual worldwide, multi-city alumni event.
Petting Zoo, Fall 2012
Music in Milan
Nicole Depolo '13 says, "Studying abroad makes you step out of yourself and your place of origin to better understand all that you previously failed to question."