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Saodat Ismailova, The Haunted, 2017. Still from video. Courtesy the artist.

New exhibition Deathpower opens at Law Warschaw Gallery

Guest-curated by Erin Robideaux Gleeson, the exhibition invites visitors to explore the ways that death multiplies life.

A man on skates rounds the corner of an ice rink in a slick blue uniform, with white stars on the shoulders and a red arm band. His head is covered except for his face. He wears reflective glasses.

World Championships Up Next for Speed Skating Star

Two years after missing the Olympics, Conor McDermott-Mostowy ʼ24 is still grinding for the 2026 games—with a quick stop at the Speed Skating World Championships

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Macalester College named a top producer of Fulbright US students

Macalester College was again named a top producing institution for Fulbright US students for 2023-2024

New book from International Studies professor explores Iceland’s booming data storage industry

Dr. Alix Johnson is the author of Where Cloud is Ground: Placing Data and Making Place in Iceland (University of California Press, 2023)

Maccolades for December 2023: Praise from VP Harris, documenting Himalayan flooding and Minneapolis history, and more

Maccolades is a monthly round-up of the most recent accolades and accomplishments earned by members of the Macalester community.

Seven Macalester professors awarded tenure

The seven faculty members represent a broad range of disciplines.

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U.S. Dept. of Education recognizes Macalester as national model for access to contraception

Vice president of student affairs Dr. Kathryn Kay Coquemont was among the six featured panelists at the U.S. Department of Education’s convening on access to contraception for college students.

Maccolades for November 2023: Teacher of the Year, undergraduate competition success, an NSF grant, and more

Maccolades is a monthly round-up of the most recent accolades and accomplishments earned by members of the Macalester community. Below are highlights from November 2023.

Composite image of Prof. Eric Carter's headshot and the cover of his book, In Pursuit of Health Equity A History of Latin American Social Medicine

Geography professor’s new book chronicles rich history of Latin American social medicine

Prof. Eric Carter's new book is a first-of-its-kind attempt to bring together the varied histories, influential figures, and remarkable achievements in health care in Latin America. 

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